Every year it seems that Flyers fans get bored when the offseason hits. It makes sense, but it’s also a time where ridiculous scenarios pop up on the ol’ Twitter timeline. Scenarios that make you scratch your head and ask, “what are they thinking?” The latest scenario is one that is no stranger to the […]Read more "Is the Cost to Bring Bobby Ryan Home Worth the Risk?"
Throughout the playoffs, the Flyers got no help from the man-advantage. Ok, four goals were scored on the Flyers powerplay, so “no help” isn’t entirely accurate. However, converting on 7.7% of your powerplays isn’t exactly going to help you win games and advance through the playoffs. That was no more evident than their series against […]Read more "Who’s to Blame for the Lack of Production on the Powerplay?"
Take a moment to feel the shake. Though they are in Toronto, Canada, the fans in Philadelphia are buzzing. An overwhelming amount of experts did not think the Philadelphia Flyers would be a top-two seed in the Eastern Conference. When I gave my predictions, I felt the top seed in the Eastern Conference would come […]Read more "Flyers Strike For the Top Seed"
News broke early Friday afternoon that the Flyers had shipped defenseman Radko Gudas to the Washington Capitals, in exchange for Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas. The Flyers get a blueliner capable of soaking up top 4 minutes, while the Caps get a bottom pairing defenseman with less term and less of a cap hit. On paper, […]Read more "Breaking down the Flyers’ trade for Matt Niskanen"
If there were a year where chaos was to reign supreme in the NHL during its offseason, this is the year. There are too many quality restricted free agents on the market for GM’s to just sit idly by and NOT do something about it. Brock Boeser, Brayden Point, Matthew Tkachuk, the list goes on. […]Read more "Three Restricted Free Agents the Philadelphia Flyers Should Target"
Sure, we can all say it. The Flyers are still making a push for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. It’s exciting, the prospect of making it to the playoffs, because anything can happen when the series’ start. However, let’s not get too excited. The teams that will likely represent the Eastern Conference are playing pretty well, […]Read more "Flyers Playoff Hopes Dim, According to Past Schedule"
Three weeks ago, I delved into the topic of special teams and how they looked this year compared to last. Is the Flyers special teams unit better or worse than it was in 2017? After the last eight games, it only seems right to take a look at how the Flyers have fared over the […]Read more "Revisiting the Flyers’ special teams units three weeks later"
Going into last week, the Flyers knew they had a tough task ahead of them. Anaheim, Los Angeles, San Jose, and Arizona, all on the road. After floundering for three losses before they took the trip out west, the Flyers also knew they needed to come out of this road trip with a few wins. […]Read more "Flyers conquer West Coast ahead of important home stand"
Scott Hartnell announced Monday that he is retiring after 17 years in the league, 7 of them with the Philadelphia Flyers. Hartnell was a net-front force, amassing 326 points in 517 games with the orange and black, and 707 points in 1249 career games. Scotty brought a unique style of play to each team he […]Read more "Ranking Scott Hartnell’s Top 5 Moments with the Flyers"
Coming off of a 7-0 loss to the cross-state rival Pittsburgh Penguins is something to be ashamed of. The Flyers were dominated in all aspects of the game, plain and simple. Pittsburgh came out firing on all cylinders, and the Flyers came out the way that we have become accustomed to, flat. It’s not time […]Read more "The Flyers may have been embarrassed in game 1, but there’s no reason to panic"