The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t execute in Brian Elliott‘s five-hundredth career start, losing to the Pittsburgh Penguins. Last night, the Philadelphia Flyers scored seven on the Pittsburgh Penguins. Tonight, the Penguins returned the favor. Through two periods, the Flyers battled the Penguins. They nearly tied the game on two occasions. Twice, Philadelphia trailed Pittsburgh by a […]Read more "Flyers are unable to make Brian Elliott’s 500th start a night to remember"
Alex Lyon earns his first victory and Jakub Voracek reaches a new milestone as the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 7-2. It is incredible what happens when the Philadelphia Flyers carry the puck into the offensive zone instead of routinely dump-and-chasing. Most of the seven goals scored against the Pittsburgh Penguins in tonight’s 7-2 […]Read more "The Lyon king: What we learned as the Flyers seal season-series against the Pens"
The Flyers returned to home ice this weekend for a back-to-back set starting off with an early game today against the Capitals. The last meeting between the two took place on Tuesday, where the Capitals got the better of the Flyers, beating them 6-1. Carter Hart was today’s scheduled goalie but due to an injury, […]Read more "Wade Allison Scores First NHL Goal as Flyers Fall Flat Against Capitals"
The Philadelphia Flyers compete against their in-state rivals, defeating the Pittsburgh Penguins in a shootout. Tonight, the Philadelphia Flyers were successful as a team. They matched every move of a playoff rival en-route to securing a shootout victory. Following a demolishing defeat, the Flyers are now 6-0-2 after allowing six goals or more in a […]Read more "How the Flyers bounced back to best the Penguins in shootout victory"
Wade Allison makes his NHL debut as the Philadelphia Flyers battle the Pittsburgh Penguins for head-to-head, Pennsylvania bragging rights. An effort like the one against the Washington Capitals is not allowed. Sitting in sixth within the Mass Mutual Eastern Division, the Philadelphia Flyers must compete with professionalism. Their performance in a 6-1 loss to the […]Read more "Can Wade Allison’s arrival push the Flyers to a win over the Penguins?"
The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t separate themselves from the Pittsburgh Penguins in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings, losing 4-3. On Thursday, the Philadelphia Flyers missed Joel Farabee in the lineup against the Pittsburgh Penguins, who welcomed back Sidney Crosby. Today, Farabee was back to help the Flyers win this three-game series versus the Penguins. Both […]Read more "Flyers Cannot Hold Off Penguins, Lose 4-3 Saturday Afternoon"
Oskar Lindblom received the devasting news of his Ewings Sarcoma diagnosis over fourteen months ago now. The young gun took everything in stride, kicked cancer’s ass, and returned to playoff hockey. He then entered the 2021 season with a “clean” bill of health and on the top line with Sean Couturier and Travis Konecny. This […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom is getting back to his best for the Flyers"
In a must-win situation to remain in the playoff hunt, Claude Giroux surges the Philadelphia Flyers to a resilient victory. Resilience, in a word, most perfectly described the performance of the Philadelphia Flyers in their second game at the PPG Paints Arena. Before the opening faceoff, the Flyers learned they would be without Joel Farabee. […]Read more "How the Flyers rallied back from a 3-1 deficit to stun the Penguins"
Following a pitiful performance on Tuesday night, the Philadelphia Flyers are in a must-win situation in Pittsburgh tonight. Remember when Mike Matheson scored in the third period on Tuesday? That play was a microcosm of the Philadelphia Flyers’ performance. Nothing worked the way it should have, even emptying the net. As Carter Hart began to […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Can the Flyers finally get past the Pens?"
The Philadelphia Flyers look to build on their current winning streak in game one of three versus Pittsburgh. Tonight marks the first matchup in a set of three between the Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins. It’s the first time in club history that these franchises will play each other in Pittsburgh three times in a […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins; Part Three"