Revisiting Departed Lightning Players From 2019-20 Team
The Tampa Bay Lightning went through an offseason of celebration. The organization had just won its first Stanley Cup since 2004, and star talents like Steven Stamkos and Victor Hedman ...
Lightning Standout Players From Game 1
The Tampa Bay Lightning wasted no time finding their game in the Eastern Conference Final against the New York Islanders on Sunday night. They produced eight goals to defeat the Isles by a final score of 8-2. It was a statement game for the Lightning, not only to their Eastern foe but to the Dallas […]
Flyers-Islanders: Standout Players From Game 3
The first two games of the Eastern Conference second-round playoff series between the Philadelphia Flyers and their Metropolitan Division rival New York Islanders were unpredictable. The Isles have solid depth throughout their lineup, and that continued to show from their previous series versus the Washington Capitals. The Flyers had their hands full in both games, […]
Flyers Can’t Take the Canadiens Lightly in the First Round
With the round-robin tournament in the rearview mirror, the Philadelphia Flyers have now turned their attention to the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. After claiming the number one seed in the Eastern Conference, the Flyers are facing off against the Original Six franchise Montreal Canadiens. Related: Flyers’ 50-Goal Scorers The Canadiens have been […]
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Flyers’ Aube-Kubel Earned Round-Robin Game Success
There was a trend throughout the three round-robin games for the Philadelphia Flyers. There was always at least one player who had a standout performance and was the difference-maker in the Flyers getting the victory. Michael Raffl shined bright offensively in the first game against the Boston Bruins, Scott Laughton had a breakout of his […]
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Flyers’ Laughton Steps Up Offensively in Round Robin
There are not many players currently on the Philadelphia Flyers who have been with the organization longer than forward Scott Laughton. Over the years, he has grown into a solid leader for the club as one of the older homegrown talents. He might not always be a leader when it comes to scoring, but he […]
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Flyers’ Standouts From First Round Robin Game
In the first meaningful game since the middle of March, the Philadelphia Flyers continued where they left off on their hot streak. They defeated the Boston Bruins 4-1 in the first match of their three-game round-robin tournament to determine seeding for the rest of the postseason. The Flyers’ tallies were by Michael Raffl, Nate Thompson, […]
Flyers’ Qualifying Round Opponents: Tampa Bay Lightning
The Philadelphia Flyers close out their Stanley Cup qualifying round games with a matchup against the Tampa Bay Lightning. It will be a grind, especially after taking on the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals earlier in the tournament. However, the Flyers have the tools to pull off the victory. 2019-20 Regular Season Review The Lightning […]
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Flyers Qualifying Round Opponents: Washington Capitals
The Philadelphia Flyers are taking on the Boston Bruins, Washington Capitals, and Tampa Bay Lightning during the Stanley Cup qualifying round in August. After meeting Brad Marchand, David Pastrnak, and Tuukka Rask and the Bruins in the first game, the Flyers will then get ready to face off against Alex Ovechkin, Nicklas Backstrom, and the […]
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Flyers Qualifying Round Opponents: Boston Bruins
After a four-month sports hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, I am happy to say that hockey is nearly back. The NHL recently came out with their return-to-play schedules, which includes a qualifying round. The top four teams in the Eastern Conference will play each other in order to determine the order of the first […]
The Flyers’ ‘Deuces Wild’ Line
There have been a few famous lines that are recognized during the Philadelphia Flyers’ existence. The Legion of Doom, LCB, and Crazy Eights Line are just a few of the more well-known trios who provided fond memories for fans over the years. Related: John LeClair – A Prototypical Power Forward A line that does not […]
Flyers Lookback: The Shea Weber Offer Sheet
Offer sheets in professional sports are not a common occurrence. Normally, unrestricted free agency is the route most teams go in the offseason when trying to add talent. Offer-sheeting restricted free agents does have its history though. The Philadelphia Flyers have actually done it a couple of times already, the first being when they put […]
Flyers Showdown: Gagne vs. Propp
Brian Propp and Simon Gagne were impactful left-wingers during their time with the Philadelphia Flyers. Both played in different eras, but they both stood out as leaders, usually as one of the top scorers on the roster. However, head-to-head who comes out on top? Who made more of an impact on the franchise? Before diving […]
Flyers: The Contributions of Rod Brind’Amour
The Philadelphia Flyers of the 1990s had a lot of big-name players who represented the club well. Names like Eric Lindros, John LeClair, and Ron Hextall are a few of the first that get brought up when mentioning players from that era. However, there is a center that consistently came up big for the Flyers […]
Flyers Throwback: Keith Primeau’s Five-Overtime Winner
Throughout the history of the Philadelphia Flyers, there is one team that has stood out among the rest as the team’s biggest rival. That organization is the Pittsburgh Penguins. Some of the more heated times in hockey rivalry memories involved both of these teams squaring off. Names such as “Mario Lemieux,” “Sidney Crosby,” and “Evgeni […]
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Flyers: Revisiting Mark Recchi’s Time in Philadelphia
Winger Mark Recchi accomplished it all in hockey. He is a three-time Stanley Cup champion, seven-time NHL All-Star, and a Hockey Hall of Famer among other accolades. He spent his 22-year NHL journey with seven clubs and played in over 1,500 games. While he did not win a Stanley Cup in a Flyers sweater, some […]
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Philadelphia Flyers in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame
The U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame honors some of the best Americans to ever contribute to the game. Like the Hockey Hall of Fame located in Toronto, Ontario, the U.S. association also selects and inducts a number of players and other personnel per year. Over the span of the association’s existence, there have been some […]
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Flyers Lookback: Adding Chris Pronger
Hockey Hall of Famer, Stanley Cup champion, and one of the best defensemen in NHL history are just a few of the ways to describe Chris Pronger and what he did for the game of hockey. He was a physical threat who brought size to the table at 6-foot-6. He had a deadly powerful shot, […]
Flyers: Remembering Renberg on the Legion of Doom
The Legion of Doom is one of the best lines in the history of the Philadelphia Flyers organization. They provided a lethal offensive punch, and victimized many defenders and goalies over the few years the trio were grouped together. When hockey fans think of the line, the first name people might talk about is center […]
Philadelphia Flyers’ Forgotten Ones
The Philadelphia Flyers have quite a list of household names. Bobby Clarke, Bill Barber, Eric Lindros, Mark Howe, and Bernie Parent are just some of the names that have donned the Flyer sweater and still represent the club to this day. However, there have been other players throughout the franchise’s existence who had better careers […]
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