When it rains, it pours. As if the pair of moves this past week weren’t enough to keep Flyers fans on their toes, Chuck Fletcher has gone out of his way during the NHL Draft to trade for veteran Cam Atkinson. Here’s all you need to know. It was reported a couple of weeks ago […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers trade Jake Voracek for Cam Atkinson"
A report late last week from Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman pointed to what could be an upsetting but potentially necessary goodbye. 32-year-old winger Jakub Voracek is set to be exposed during the 2021 NHL expansion draft and if he doesn’t reunite with his old coach in Seattle, then the team will look to move him on […]Read more "The mixed emotions behind saying an early goodbye to Jakub Voracek"
According to Elliote Friedman, the Philadelphia Flyers could well be looking to part ways with fan-favorite Jake Voracek. The 31-year-old winger is coming off of a pretty productive campaign, but with the team in clear need of some retooling and a hefty cap-hit to his name, this isn’t surprising. I’m going to stress that this […]Read more "Report: Flyers looking to move on from Jake Voracek this offseason"
In last night’s win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Flyers’ center Sean Couturier left the game early. After taking his first two shifts, Coots took a clean hit from Jared McCann, instantly sending him up the tunnel with the Flyers’ training staff. As a result of this hit, the reigning Selke award winner will miss a […]Read more "Sean Couturier To Be Out At Least Two Weeks for the Flyers"
In the first two games of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers (2-0-0) total eleven goals, sweeping the Pittsburgh Penguins (0-2-0). If you didn’t bet the over, you should have. The Philadelphia Flyers are going to put up goals in droves this season. Alain Vigneault has a beautiful track record against the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltenders. Six […]Read more "Flyers put on an offensive masterclass and sweep the Penguins"
The Philadelphia Flyers (1-0-0) defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins (0-1-0) to start 2020-2021. We analyze the victory, in the crease. New season, same ol’ Tristan Jarry. At least, that’s how last night’s game turned out. Once again, Jarry struggled against a team coached by Alain Vigneault. For the in-state rivalry, the 2019-2020 Jack Adams Award finalist […]Read more "How the Flyers were able to steamroll the Penguins in season opener"
With an NHL season like no other on the horizon, our Flyers team at Philly Sports Network decided to tackle a few predictions for the final outcome of this season. Keep reading for the hottest of takes, coldest of takes, and some that just might be right on the money from Alex McIntyre, Ricky Amandeo, […]Read more "Flyers 2021 season predictions: Top scorers & breakout candidates"
With an explosive intra-squad scrimmage now in the rear-view mirror, all eyes turn towards the season opener. Team White bounced back from a two-goal deficit on Sunday night, overthrowing Team Orange in a game that will go a long way in deciding roster spots and line combinations. One player who really made the most of […]Read more "Nolan Patrick makes a statement in Flyers’ intra-squad scrimmage"
Ah, Flyers’ hockey is so close, I can smell it. Sunday evening, there are going to be some good NFL wildcard games on. Don’t get me wrong, those are probably going to be a whole lot more interesting than a Flyers’ intrasquad scrimmage. However, for us hockey fans, this is a big deal. The Flyers […]Read more "Four Storylines to Watch During the Flyers’ Intrasquad Scrimmage"
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"