It’s been three years since ‘playoff magic’ was truly felt surging around the streets of Philadelphia, but the Flyers are making believers out of us all down in Toronto. After an impressive win over the Bruins, the Flyers handed the Capitals a tasty 3-1 defeat to send them tied at the top of the round-robin […]Read more "Flyers stars react to their dominant win over Capitals"
The Philadelphia Flyers organization nailed it with their picks for the team awards in 2019-2020. Ivan Provorov, this season’s Barry Ashby Trophy winner, showed his work ethic throughout the regular season pause. His focus on skating allowed him to keep up with the tempo on defense. Scott Laughton, this season’s Pelle Lindbergh Memorial Trophy and […]Read more "Provorov and Laughton are raring to go against the Bruins"
Chuck Fletcher’s first year as General Manager of the Philadelphia Flyers has gone swimmingly. Signing key free agents, bringing in the proper mix of veterans on the blue line and up front, and adding valuable depth at the trade deadline. Fletcher has built a contender from top to bottom, and for the foreseeable future. Fletcher […]Read more "Chuck Fletcher Cashing in on Expiring Contracts"
COVID-19 is a real kick in the knackers. The Flyers were the hottest team in the NHL. They suffered through injuries and illness and played really good hockey. Carter Hart looked like the Vezina Trophy candidate we all expected. The offense was rolling to the tune of having averaged just under four goals per game […]Read more "Empty rinks and the Flyers hoisting the Cup? Why not?"
The Philadelphia Flyers are playing really good hockey lately. Head Coach Alain Vigneault finally has the Flyers playing at a level that is playoff-worthy. They currently sit in the eighth playoff position prior to tonight’s game where they host the seventh seed, Columbus Blue Jackets. That will bee followed up with an away game in […]Read more "Flyers offense is heating up at the right time as playoff push begins"
After splitting the first two games of the lengthy six-game road trip, The Flyers closed out their California portion of the trip by taking on the L.A Kings. The Flyers welcomed back Scott Laughton to the starting lineup, having missed seven games with a groin injury. This is a game the Flyers needed to win […]Read more "Off With Their Heads: Kings Execute Flyers hopes of ending Decade with a win."
With a five-game west coast road trip kicking off Saturday night, the Flyers made a move indicative of how the roster may look for those five games. The Flyers have placed Andy Andreoff on waivers, with the intent of sending him to Lehigh Valley. According to Dave Isaac of the Courier Post, Andreoff last cleared […]Read more "Saturday’s Moves: Andreoff, Laughton, & Raffl"
December hasn’t had the type of cheer, glee, and welcome that the Philadelphia Flyers wanted after their blazing November. This month, the Flyers are 2-2 with their game against the Minnesota Wild scheduled to dictate the pace of their recent success. One player that needs to consistently contribute is Scott Laughton. He’s contributed during the […]Read more "Flyers need Scott Laughton to step up in wake of recent injuries"
The score reads 6-1, but the game was far from easy for the Flyers. The eruption of four goals came within the last 3:28 of the third period. In the end, six different Flyers scored as they remain red hot and beat the Toronto Maple Leafs. The start of the game was what we thought […]Read more "Flyers Blow Leafs out of Philadelphia"
Tonight at 7 pm, the Flyers will host the Toronto Maple Leafs in their first game of December. The Flyers also enter the game red-hot, having won four in a row and five of their last six games. Toronto visits Philadelphia for the first time under new head coach Sheldon Keefe and the second time […]Read more "Tuesday Night Hockey: Flyers Look to Stop a HOT Toronto Squad"