The Flyers made their first move of the free agency period this week by re-signing RFA Nicholas Aube-Kubel to a new deal. The team now head into the offseason with around $8M in cap space, without looking at the contracts from the unrestricted pool of free agents they have to consider. There are several restricted […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers restricted free agents"
The Flyers have been able to exhale after a crushing game 7 defeat to the New York Islanders. With a long wait between now and the uncertain start-date of the 2020 NHL season, players are virtually meeting with the media to recap on a year filled with highs and lows. One player fans have been […]Read more "Carter Hart reflects on his first full NHL season & playoff experience"
You’ve read the headline correctly. After being nominated once before in 2018, Sean Couturier has been awarded the Frank J. Selke Award, given annually to the National Hockey League forward who demonstrates the most skill in the defensive component of the game. Couturier was nominated for the Selke Trophy alongside Patrice Bergeron (BOS) and Ryan O’Reilly (STL). Couturier […]Read more "Sean Couturier Takes Home the Frank J. Selke Trophy"
The Flyers looked incredibly comfortable deep into the first period of last night’s game against the Islanders. An early 3-0 lead set the tone for a team desperate to counter-punch, but as time went on, the foot came off the gas. New York forced their way back into the game, pushing it to overtime. The […]Read more "Philippe Myers continues to turn heads in Flyers’ playoff run"
It feels like only yesterday that the Flyers reshaped their organization with the help of the 2017 NHL Draft. Nolan Patrick, Morgan Frost, and Isaac Ratcliffe were the first three names selected by the team, but the man from that class making the most postseason noise for the Flyers wasn’t drafted at all – Philippe […]Read more "Flyers’ Philippe Myers is blossoming in the postseason"
The Flyers showed why they earned the first seed in game four. After an early goal by Michael Raffl, the Flyers controlled the tempo throughout the entire game. This, of course, leading to the 2-0 lead, giving them a 3-1 edge in the series. Goaltender Carter Hart has been an absolute brick wall in back-to-back […]Read more "How the Flyers can overthrow Canadiens in game 5"
For anyone who was following the Flyers while Danny Briere was a staple on the team, it’s no secret how well he performed when it mattered most. Danny Briere was easily one of the best scorers in Flyers’ playoff history, and was even considered the best in NHL history. Briere’s playoff reputation started to develop […]Read more "Who could be this year’s playoff Danny Briere for the Flyers?"
A couple of Sundays ago, we watched nearly the best case scenario for the Flyers. Despite showing some signs of rust, the Flyers came out with an impressive 4-1 victory over the President’s Trophy winning Boston Bruins on Sunday. Not only did they come out with the win, but we watched some crucial x-factors unfold. The bottom six […]Read more "Flyers aim to take 2-0 series lead over Montreal Canadiens"
A couple Sundays ago, we watched nearly the best case scenario for the Flyers. Despite showing some signs of rust, the Flyers came out with an impressive 4-1 victory over the President’s Trophy winning Boston Bruins on Sunday. Not only did they come out with the win, but we watched some crucial x-factors unfold. The bottom six […]Read more "Top Seeded Flyers to take on red hot Canadiens to kick off the playoffs"
We’re officially less than 24-hours away from the Philadelphia Flyers’ first official playoff game since April 2018. Excitement is soaring through the roofs of houses across the city after the team rolled through the round-robin without suffering a single loss. Can they keep that up against a very aggressive Canadiens side? Only time will tell, […]Read more "AV and Flyers players scout the Canadiens ahead of playoff clash"