Who could replace Frost and Myers? Elliott joins exclusive company after a shutout. 1/20/2021 edition of Philadelphia Flyers Phlight Deck. After four games, the Philadelphia Flyers own a 3-1-0 record. They’ll take that on the road Thursday, heading into a four-game road trip. Following a turnaround on Tuesday versus the Buffalo Sabres, the Flyers travel […]Read more "Phlight Deck: Which Flyers will step up in place of Frost and Myers?"
The Flyers have exploded into the new NHL season. With a 3-1-0 record and their only loss being the exception to a red-hot start, the team is beginning to find a rhythm offensively and have been propelled by the performances of Oskar Lindblom and the second line. Travis Konecny leads the team in points after […]Read more "Oskar Lindblom is helping push the Flyers’ second line to new heights"
In the first two games of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers (2-0-0) total eleven goals, sweeping the Pittsburgh Penguins (0-2-0). If you didn’t bet the over, you should have. The Philadelphia Flyers are going to put up goals in droves this season. Alain Vigneault has a beautiful track record against the Pittsburgh Penguins goaltenders. Six […]Read more "Flyers put on an offensive masterclass and sweep the Penguins"
With an NHL season like no other on the horizon, our Flyers team at Philly Sports Network decided to tackle a few predictions for the final outcome of this season. Keep reading for the hottest of takes, coldest of takes, and some that just might be right on the money from Alex McIntyre, Ricky Amandeo, […]Read more "Flyers 2021 season predictions: Top scorers & breakout candidates"
The beginning to last season was a unique one for the Philadelphia Flyers. They began the season in Prague, facing the Chicago Blackhawks. Philly Sports Network’s own, Liam Jenkins, covered the first game of the Flyers season. Back at home base, I worked alongside 97.5 The Fanatic at Xfinity Live, presenting a watch party for […]Read more "Who will be the first to light the lamp for the Flyers in 2020?"
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?"
There were several factors that contributed to the crushing of the Flyers’ Stanley Cup Dreams, but arguably none larger than the disappearance of the Flyers power play. Despite a relatively strong showing in the round-robin games and a clear statistical advantage over the Canadiens and a struggling PK unit, the wheels started to wobble and […]Read more "What happened to the Flyers power play in the postseason?"
A 4-0 loss to the Islanders was not the way that the Flyers wanted to start their week, but it’s a harsh reality they will have to face. In a deceivingly close-fought game until the third period, the Flyers had their Achilles Heel exposed once more – production from their top lines. A Flyers fire […]Read more "Pressure is beginning to build on the Flyers to find their offensive mojo"
For anyone who was following the Flyers while Danny Briere was a staple on the team, it’s no secret how well he performed when it mattered most. Danny Briere was easily one of the best scorers in Flyers’ playoff history, and was even considered the best in NHL history. Briere’s playoff reputation started to develop […]Read more "Who could be this year’s playoff Danny Briere for the Flyers?"
It’s been three years since ‘playoff magic’ was truly felt surging around the streets of Philadelphia, but the Flyers are making believers out of us all down in Toronto. After an impressive win over the Bruins, the Flyers handed the Capitals a tasty 3-1 defeat to send them tied at the top of the round-robin […]Read more "Flyers stars react to their dominant win over Capitals"