Tuesday’s Philadelphia Flyers practice featured a scrimmage that created more than a few storylines. Speculation will reign supreme throughout the NHL’s return-to-play protocol. The one thing on everyone’s mind is the mystery behind Carter Hart’s departure from the team scrimmage. While Hart’s departure takes top priority, it’s important to reflect on the plethora of great […]Read more "Sean Couturier eager to find his rhythm after inter-team scrimmage"
This is the moment that the Philadelphia Flyers and their fans have all been waiting for. Sean Couturier is officially a finalist for the Frank J. Selke Trophy. It’s the award that has been eluding the grasps of Couturier throughout his career. On four separate occasions, Couturier has finished top ten in votes for this […]Read more "Flyers’ Couturier Finalist For Selke Trophy"
In the last edition of Philly Sports Network’s “Flyers Check-In,” we got up to speed with Carter Hart. Today, Sean Couturier was featured on a conference call during the NHL 2019-2020 season pause. Second in scoring on the Philadelphia Flyers, Couturier is arguably the best player in Orange and Black. He’s one of the most […]Read more "Flyers’ Sean Couturier opens up on Selke nomination and quarantine life"
In case you didn’t know, Flyers’ star forward Jakub Voracek has a really good sense of humor. In fact, he’s really funny and not afraid to give you a great answer in an interview. He has a dry, sarcastic sense of humor. My type of comedy. To give you an example he was asked at […]Read more "Jake Voracek: The team is Confident"
Just ten days ago, the Flyers hosted the Penguins in the last game before the All-Star Break. The Flyers shut out the Pens 3-0, continuing on a hot streak in which they won five of their last seven. One could say that the break came at the worst time for the Flyers. This will be […]Read more "Penguins Host Flyers in Another Battle of PA."
After an awful loss to the San Jose Sharks, the Flyers needed to shake things up and get back on the right track when they faced the Anaheim Ducks. Michael Raffl was back in the lineup for the first time in ten games, and Morgan Frost was sent back to Lehigh Valley. Robert Hagg was […]Read more "Flyers Bounce Back Mightily Against the Ducks"
The Flyers were coming off three straight losses. It was the second time this season that they lost three in a row without getting a point. The Flyers came out and gave a great effort. For their effort, they stopped a Ducks team from coming in and stealing two points. Game Recap: First Period In […]Read more "Flyers Snap Losing Streak as they beat the Ducks 4-1."
The day after Thanksgiving is usually when consumers are at the stores, reaping the benefits of all the “Black Friday” deals. The Philadelphia Flyers reap a different kind of benefit on “Black Friday.” It’s the winning kind of benefit that shows in the Metropolitan Division standings. On 11/29/2019, the Flyers secured their second win in […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Celebrate “Orange and Black Friday”"
The Flyers are flying high right now. At the end of October, the Flyers were sitting at .500 with a record of 5-5-1. Since the start of November, they have yet to lose a game in regulation. Through six games, they are 5-0-1 and have earned 11 out of a possible 12 points. They carry […]Read more "Sean Couturier Talks Flyers Recent Surge, Second Line Chemistry, and Showdown with the Capitals"
For the first time since 2011, the Flyers have won ten of their first seventeen games. They have won four straight games and are doing so in the least Flyer way possible. The Flyers are winning shootouts, having won three of five total attempts. Why is this? What is going on that is allowing the […]Read more "The Flyers Keep Winning in the Least Flyer Way"