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"
After the Seattle Kraken put a thorn in the side of Chuck Fletcher’s plan to relieve some salary cap pressure, the Flyers decided to take matters into their own hands on Thursday. The Philadelphia Flyers have traded Shayne Gostisbehere & 2022 second & seventh-round picks in exchange for $4.5M in cap relief. The move isn’t […]Read more "Flyers trade Shayne Gostisbehere & Draft picks to Coyotes for cap relief"
Two guys walk into a bar. One walks out. Why? He got tired of the other guy saying he was trying so hard but couldn’t make things happen. The guy still sitting at the bar? Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Chuck Fletcher. All bad jokes aside, nothing has happened yet this offseason for the Flyers. While […]Read more "Six plan-b blueliners the Flyers should target this offseason"
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"
Stop if you’ve heard this before, but the Flyers are in desperate need of some help when it comes to the blueline. The Flyers gave up the most goals in the NHL this past season. This coming off the heels of a 2019/20 campaign where they allowed the seventh-least amount of goals per game in […]Read more "Should the Flyers Take a Chance And Trade For Nate Schmidt?"
Improbable. Many would say just that about the Montreal Canadiens run to the Stanley Cup Finals. Coming into the playoffs, Montreal had the least amount of regular-season points among all playoff teams with 59. The Habs have taken the NHL by storm and knocked off two favorites along with the Winnipeg Jets en-route to their […]Read more "Carter Hart should be paying attention to Carey Price and his playoff run"
Thursday afternoon was a doozie for fans of the Philadelphia Flyers. As news broke that Seattle had named their first ever head coach, nobody saw what came next. Former bench boss for the Flyers, Dave Hakstol, had been named head coach of the Seattle Kraken. Dave Hakstol and his new goatee will be commanding the […]Read more "Dave Hakstol could screw Philadelphia in the expansion draft"
It’s been a week for the Flyers and their fans. From news of being in on nearly every name thats come across the ticker to top-dog on the market Dougie Hamilton not being their first priority, the Flyers have been playing marionette with our hearts all week long. Gut feeling says that this won’t be […]Read more "Should the Flyers consider trading for Matt Dumba?"
It wasn’t pretty, but nobody said it had to be. The Sixers were able to come away from a crucial game six matchup with the Atlanta Hawks ready to fight another day. The 104-99 win means that game 7 will be played in front of the Philadelphia faithful and once again, the Sixers have hope. […]Read more "Sixers do just enough to survive elimination: Game six recap"