The Flyers stood pat at the NHL Trade deadline outside of some housekeeping. The team re-signed Scott Laughton to a five-year deal with a $3M AAV. Here is all you need to know. There was previously some speculation surrounding Scott Laughton and his future with the Flyers. The 26-year-old would have been a free agent […]Read more "Instant analysis: Scott Laughton signs a new five-year deal with the Flyers"
Well, well, well… the Flyers have stunk the past month, and that has led to fans and league experts everywhere thinking that Chuck Fletcher will be a seller at next week’s trade deadline. Because of this, a Flyers fan favorite has found himself on TSN Hockey’s Trade Bait List. Not only has Scott Laughton appeared […]Read more "Flyers Rumors: Should Philadelphia Trade Scott Laughton at the Deadline?"
Philadelphia Flyers relied on veteran leadership to solve their on-ice problems en route to an OT victory versus the Buffalo Sabres. For the first time in March 2021, the Philadelphia Flyers can claim they’re on a winning streak. Before last night, the Flyers hadn’t strung two consecutive wins together since February 2021, when they defeated […]Read more "Flyers Prove Sturdy Leadership In OT Win vs Sabres"
The Flyers continue to struggle defensively and last night’s loss shows that the troubles aren’t going away any time soon. The Flyers are 4-9-1 in their last 14 games and in 13 of those games, have let up three or more goals. The Flyers have let up 65 goals this month – just one less […]Read more "What’s causing the Flyers so many blue-line headaches?"
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"
For the second time in 2020-2021, the Philadelphia Flyers shutout the Buffalo Sabres with Brian Elliott starting in goal. Heading into today’s game, the Philadelphia Flyers were hanging on to a playoff spot. Each game takes on elevated meaning during an abbreviated season. Two crucial points were on the line versus the Buffalo Sabres. With […]Read more "Philadelphia Flyers’ Elliott Blanks Sabres, Again"
Claude Giroux demands respect to be put on his name as the Philadelphia Flyers enter a road trip after a victory. Not long ago, the Philadelphia Flyers roster was unable to outscore the New York Rangers. The reformatted top-six forwards curated all of the goals while players quarantined in COVID protocol. In those two games […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Giroux is back and bringing reinforcements with him"
After defeating the Washington Capitals, 7-4, we dive into the latest Philadelphia Flyers team news in today’s Phlight Deck. Amidst scoring a touchdown on the Washington Capitals, the Philadelphia Flyers welcomed Sean Couturier back into the lineup. Along with Scott Laughton tallying his first career hat-trick, his effort put the Flyers back into the win […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Updating the Travis Sanheim News"
It’s not often that an Alex Ovechkin masterclass is outshined by a 7-goal romp. But that’s what we saw on Sunday as the Flyers offense caught fire to take a huge win over the Capitals. With six goals scored in just two periods to quell the fire, there were bound to be some interesting statistics. […]Read more "Flyers vs Capitals: Three stunning stats from Sunday’s impressive win"