After last night’s overtime win against the Boston Bruins, the Flyers were hoping to be able to do it again in this back-to-back set, but failed to keep that momentum going. Starting with Carter Hart in the net tonight and back on home ice, the Flyers once again faced off the Bruins. And the Bruins […]Read more "What we learned: Bergeron hat-trick stifles the Flyers in 4-2 loss to Bruins"
For the first time this season, the Philadelphia Flyers defeat the Boston Bruins on a Travis Sanheim overtime game-winner. There’s one for the Flyers! Without Oskar Lindblom and Carter Hart in the lineup, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Boston Bruins for the first time this season. If there is a silver lining for the Bruins […]Read more "Flyers’ Sanheim Scores Game-Winner in OT to Defeat Boston Bruins"
The Flyers are sitting pretty in second place for their division, with an 8-3-2 record and some stellar play from their forwards has played a huge role in establishing early success. The team has had its ups and downs but the forwards have stayed consistent enough to help them secure that second-place spot. Now, this […]Read more "Flyers Quarter Season Report Card: Forwards Edition"
This break in Flyers hockey has tested us all. While we all sit impatiently, hoping that the players who are currently in protocol are able to fully recover and that the spread of COVID-19 is minimal, it’s easy for imaginations to run wild. With that in mind, I found a Blink-182 song that perfectly embodies […]Read more "The 2021 Philadelphia Flyers but as songs by Blink-182"
The Flyers have failed too many times with drafting their first-round pick. In this series, we take a look at some of these failures. It will also be covered on the Sticks Up High Podcast. Sam Morin still has gas in the tank Sam Morin was selected with the eleventh overall pick in the first […]Read more "Flyers in the first round: 4 players who didn’t pan out as planned"
After defeating the Washington Capitals, 7-4, we dive into the latest Philadelphia Flyers team news in today’s Phlight Deck. Amidst scoring a touchdown on the Washington Capitals, the Philadelphia Flyers welcomed Sean Couturier back into the lineup. Along with Scott Laughton tallying his first career hat-trick, his effort put the Flyers back into the win […]Read more "Flyers Phlight Deck: Updating the Travis Sanheim News"
After advancing to the second round of the NHL playoffs, the Flyers ran into a brick wall. Alain Vigneault’s triumphant first season in Philadelphia ended in game 7 heartbreak against the Islanders. Rebounding from that was the motive for the following offseason, but sometimes the best thing to say is nothing at all. The Flyers […]Read more "The Flyers are primed to pick up where they left off last season"
On Tuesday, the Flyers released their final roster for the 2021 season, naming Ivan Provorov as one of their four Alternate Captains. According to the press release, Provorov will serve as the permanent Alternate Captain for home games. The announcement comes a day before “Provy’ and the Flyers open their season against hated Pittsburgh Penguin […]Read more "Alternate Captain Ivan Provorov will step up as a leader for the Flyers"
The last time Flyers fans got to see former second-overall pick Nolan Patrick on the ice was in a 6-2 loss to Dallas during the 2018-19 campaign. He registered an assist that game, capping a 31-point season. It’s been a long road for the 22-year-old center, who has battled hard against a migraine condition over […]Read more "Flyers teammates are excited to see Nolan Patrick back on the Ice"
Last season, Phil Myers was the subject of one of my first pieces covering the Flyers from the practice facility in Voorhees. At that time, Myers had recently been called up from Lehigh Valley and was on a tear. He shared his disappointment in starting the season in the AHL. “Yeah, I was really disappointed […]Read more "Is Phil Myers ready to go from UDFA to top-line defender?"