Lake Tahoe wasn’t kind to the Flyers, but it was especially cruel to goaltender Carter Hart. There was naturally a surge in criticism following last night’s 7-3 loss, but is there really a reason to be concerned? In what was his worst statistical outing since the 4th game of last season, Hart surrendered six total […]Read more "Carter Hart and his rocky start aren’t as worrying as you might think"
After an eleven-day break, the Philadelphia Flyers host the New York Rangers at the Wells Fargo Center at 7pm. It has been eleven days since the Philadelphia Flyers last played hockey. During that stretch, COVID19 handcuffed the NHL. Several players had to quarantine due to COVID19 protocol procedures. Tonight, the Flyers will be without six […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs New York Rangers"
The Philadelphia Flyers are 1-2-1 in outdoor games. They’ll look to improve upon that versus the Boston Bruins in Lake Tahoe. Outdoor hockey is a magical spectacle. From the sweaters worn to the venue itself, it’s a perfect setting. Every game is critical in this abbreviated season. The Philadelphia Flyers are hoping to get into […]Read more "It’s not just the Bruins that the Flyers need to conquer in Lake Tahoe"
The Philadelphia Flyers are nearly a quarter of the way through the 2020-2021 season. Carter Hart and Brian Elliott receive their evaluation through 13 games. After thirteen games, the Philadelphia Flyers have nearly played through a quarter of the abbreviated 2020-2021 NHL season. Posing an 8-3-2 record, the Flyers currently are in second place in […]Read more "Flyers Quarter-Season Report Cards: Goalies Edition"
The Flyers are sitting pretty in second place for their division, with an 8-3-2 record and some stellar play from their forwards has played a huge role in establishing early success. The team has had its ups and downs but the forwards have stayed consistent enough to help them secure that second-place spot. Now, this […]Read more "Flyers Quarter Season Report Card: Forwards Edition"
This break in Flyers hockey has tested us all. While we all sit impatiently, hoping that the players who are currently in protocol are able to fully recover and that the spread of COVID-19 is minimal, it’s easy for imaginations to run wild. With that in mind, I found a Blink-182 song that perfectly embodies […]Read more "The 2021 Philadelphia Flyers but as songs by Blink-182"
As things stand, things aren’t looking too good for the coming weeks in the world of Flyers hockey. COVID-19 has ripped through the NHL. A number of Flyers players are currently in COVID protocol and the list isn’t getting shorter, with Oskar Lindblom and Scott Laughton being added today. We may be without Flyers hockey […]Read more "Four things we learned about the Flyers before the pause"
The opening stanza of the season has presented a tale of two halves for the Flyers. The first is one of an explosive offense, and the other is one of a sloppy defense. Reinforcements arrived ahead of last night’s win over New Jersey in the way of Shayne Gostisbehere and his return was more than […]Read more "The return of Shayne Gostisbehere couldn’t have come at a better time"
The Philadelphia Flyers are closing in on the end of training camp. Sooner rather than later, starting lineups and taxi squads will be set! We’re officially a business week into the Philadelphia Flyers pre-season. Earlier this week, the Flyers gave a potential peek at who may be on the opening night roster. Following a rest […]Read more "Flyers Training Camp: Five observations from Friday’s practice"
The Philadelphia Flyers are tearing up the Ice down at the Skate Zone in Vorhees, but over the border in Edmonton, two young prospects have earned a significant accolade. Draft picks Cam York and Bobby Brink were competing for Team USA in the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championships and after making the final, squared off […]Read more "Two Flyers prospects strike gold at World Junior Championships"