The Flyers play host to the Canadiens tonight in a winnable game against a struggling Habs team. Looking to make it three straight wins, Philly is starting to heat up at the right time. But just because the odds favor the orange and black, it doesn’t mean that this will be a walk in the […]Read more "Game preview: Flyers looking to stay hot against ailing Canadiens"
Flashing back to the 2014-2015 season, the Craig Berube led Philadelphia Flyers were coming off of a lackluster season. After the rough season finishing sixth in the Metropolitan Division, the Flyers made a plethora of changes. Head coach Craig Berube was fired, so in came the uncoveted Dave Hakstol. Mix in some offseason moves, such […]Read more "The Growth of an All-Star: The Travis Konecny Story"
After splitting the first two games of the lengthy six-game road trip, The Flyers closed out their California portion of the trip by taking on the L.A Kings. The Flyers welcomed back Scott Laughton to the starting lineup, having missed seven games with a groin injury. This is a game the Flyers needed to win […]Read more "Off With Their Heads: Kings Execute Flyers hopes of ending Decade with a win."
If you’ve made it past the headline, you’ve read correctly. Travis Konecny has been named to the 2020 NHL All-Star game. Travis Konecny is the sole representative of the orange and black so far. This will be his first appearance at the All-Star festivities, and hopefully the first of many. He is in the midst […]Read more "Travis Konecny, NHL All-Star"
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"
It’s hard to think about the Flyers without thinking of Oskar Lindblom these past few days. And you probably shouldn’t. As news today that Lindblom joined his teammates at the Wells Fargo Center to say hello. Lindblom is in our thoughts and prayers. As the Flyers took on the Ducks this evening, the Hockey Fights […]Read more "A Night for Oskar: Flyers honor #23 by beating Anaheim 4-1."
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."
As amazing as the Flyers were in November, the start of December has been downright disastrous. That is not to say I blame them or am making excuses. Injuries have decimated the forwards. Fifty percent of the Flyers forwards playing were playing in the AHL to start the season. That is not a good recipe […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: The Flying V comes to Broad Street"
As the Flyers prepare to depart on a three-game Western Conference road trip, they started out Monday with bad news. I previously reported that Travis Konecny is out indefinitely with a concussion. Also, Phil Myers left the ice early with back spasms. Konecny is out and Myers is not expected to play on Wednesday night […]Read more "Flyers Practice Report: Defense Prepares to Survive an Avalanche."
The Philadelphia Flyers are going to be without their leading scorer for some time. Flyers winger Travis Konecny was diagnosed with a concussion after taking a hit from Ottawa Senator’s defenseman Mark Borowiecki early in Saturday’s contest. With 28 points in 30 games played, there’s no doubt the Flyers will miss his production. While Konecny […]Read more "3 Breakout Candidates in Travis Konecny’s Absence"