Tanner Laczynski has opened eyes in two games played. The Philadelphia Flyers must prime him for a roster spot in 2021-2022. Though it’s been a small sample size at the NHL level, Tanner Laczynski has made quite the impression. As a fourth-line forward, he provides the needed spark to the bottom six. The Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Would Be Wise To Prime Laczynski For 2021-2022"
While the Philadelphia Flyers did lose in a shootout to the New York Islanders, they did find themselves (and a point towards the standings). Pyrrhic victories don’t count for anything towards the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. However, it’s inaccurate to say the Philadelphia Flyers didn’t play better on Saturday than they did all of […]Read more "The Flyers Found Some Important Pieces In Loss Against Islanders"
The Philadelphia Flyers lost to the Buffalo Sabres on Wednesday to the tune of 6-1. The lineup didn’t do the team any favors. All the Philadelphia Flyers can hope for is a better April. Securing a 6-10-1 record in March, the Flyers remain fifth in the Mass Mutual Eastern Division standings. Currently, Philadelphia is three […]Read more "The Flyers need more lineup tweaks after Wednesday’s failed adjustments"
Pressure is a part of life for most human beings. Whether it results in motivation or one’s demise, it’s hard to ignore the feeling’s presence. Of course, one may place amounts of pressure themselves. However, the outside world drops its fair share on people as well. For athletes, it’s no different. Even for those still […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Under Pressure"
As another hockey season approaches, the Philadelphia Flyers still find themselves among the top five farm systems in the NHL. Though a handful of quality young players will jump to the pro’s this season, there is still plenty of promise spread throughout the NCAA, various Junior leagues, and Europe. Over the next few weeks, we […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Preview: NCAA"
This time of year, it is all about NCAA March Madness for most sports fans. However, it is not the only major collegiate sports tournament with a cool name taking place. The 2019 NCAA Frozen Four begins Friday, March 29th and the Philadelphia Flyers are well represented. Three of the organization’s prospects will compete with […]Read more "Three Flyers Prospects Competing in the Frozen Four"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag” we touch on a variety of topics. We discuss the top give prospects in the organization, some other names to keep and eye on, the future of the defense, and other odds and ends. Let’s rock and roll! Are we still considering Carter Hart a prospect? I think we […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Philadelphia’s Top Five Prospects"
Let me know if you’ve heard this statement before. ‘The Philadelphia Flyer’s farm system is stockpiled with quality prospects.’ I’m sure you have. I say it all of the time. Although this is a great problem to have, the reality is that not every former draft pick is going to find a home within the organization. […]Read more "Assessing Tanner Laczynski’s Future with the Flyers"
Welcome to “Flyers Prospect Stock Watch” a new monthly/bi-monthly prospect series from Philly Sports Network. This piece is dedicated to prospects within the Philadelphia Flyers farm system that have seen their stock rise or fall depending on recent performances. The first edition of this column will provide a slightly broader outlook than usual. A lot […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Stock Watch: January 2019"
The Philadelphia Flyers have been on a manhunt in search of help to become a consistent hockey team. Flyers General Manager Ron Hextall has slowly gone under the radar in the past four drafts with drafting late round studs. It just so happens these studs are at the positions of Center. Enter Tanner Laczynski a versatile Center, who […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: Hobey Baker nominee Tanner Laczynski has “Major” Goals"