Takeaways From Flyers’ Deflating Game 4 Loss to Islanders
The Philadelphia Flyers played arguably the most important game of their season Sunday night, looking to even their series with the New York Islanders. Related: How to Talk Like a Hockey Player All in all, it was one of the Flyers’ best postseason performances outside of the Round-Robin. However, the night still ended with an […]
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Flyers’ 3 Stars From Round 1 Win Over Canadiens
The Philadelphia Flyers are officially on to the second round of the 2020 NHL playoffs after a narrow series win over the Montreal Canadiens. As a team, the Flyers struggled in their six games with the Canadiens, at times making fans worry that an upset might be in order. They never had an explosive scoring […]
5 Takeaways From Flyers’ Brutal Game 2 Loss To Canadiens
Heading into their Friday afternoon Game 2 tilt with the Montreal Canadiens, the Philadelphia Flyers were riding high. They hadn’t lost a game yet since entering the Toronto bubble and earned a 1-0 series lead over a scrappy Montreal team. To sum things up, Game 2 was a wake-up call for the Flyers. They were […]
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Flyers’ Game 1 Win Comes on Carter Hart’s Shoulders
The Philadelphia Flyers victoriously escaped their Game 1 clash with the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night by the skin of their teeth. After a dominant first period, things started to slip out of control for the Flyers. The Canadiens added pressure on their forecheck and through the neutral zone, making it increasingly more difficult for […]
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5 Takeaways From Flyers’ Round-Robin Win Over Capitals
There is something undeniably special about the 2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers. The regular season marked a shift for the Flyers, seeing significant improvements in almost every facet of their game. Well, since the Flyers entered the bubble in Toronto, they’ve carried over the same energy that made their regular season so successful. In three games (one […]
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5 Takeaways from the Flyers’ Exhibition Win Over Penguins
After nearly 140 days since the NHL season was paused, hockey officially made its return Tuesday afternoon. The Flyers kicked off the NHL’s return to play with an exhibition tilt with the Pittsburgh Penguins. These exhibition games are more of an opportunity for both teams to get their legs back and establish a pace they’ll […]
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Flyers Award Finalists Couturier, Lindblom & Vigneault in Good Company
The NHL officially announced all of this season’s award finalists Tuesday morning with the release of the nominees for the Hart Trophy. In the past week, three members of the Philadelphia Flyers were named finalists for awards. Head coach Alain Vigneault earned his fifth career nomination for the Jack Adams award, Sean Couturier was named […]
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Flyers Bolster Blue Line With Friedman Extension
As they re-take the ice in preparation for the continuation of the 2019-20 season, the Flyers do so with an expanded training camp roster. Every NHL team is allowed to bring 30 skaters and an unlimited number of goaltenders to the two-week camp. Related: Grading the Red Wings’ Last 5 First Rounds One of the […]
Flyers’ Round-Robin Goaltending: Who Gets the Start?
With the official schedule for Phase 4 of the NHL’s Return To Play Plan finally released, teams finally have games on the schedule for the first time in months and players are finally getting back on the ice. The Philadelphia Flyers are among eight teams competing in round-robin play to decide the top four seeds […]
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Flyers’ Lindblom Back on the Ice & It’s Great to See
Just over six months ago, Philadelphia Flyers’ 23 year-old forward Oskar Lindblom was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of cancer that targets the bones and soft tissue around the bones, ending his 2019-20 season. The news of his diagnosis rocked the hockey world and especially the Flyers family. Since then, through the pause […]
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Flyers Farm System Boosted By 4 Entry-Level Signings
In the nearly three months since the 2019-20 NHL season paused due to the coronavirus, the Philadelphia Flyers have stayed busy. While they remained ready for the continuation of the season, they also made sure they were well prepared for the 2020-21 season as well. Related: Fletcher Pushing the Right Buttons for Red-Hot Flyers During […]
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Philadelphia Flyers’ Coaching History
Throughout the 53-year history of the Philadelphia Flyers, there have been 21 men to perform the duties of head coach. Some have stuck around for plenty of successful years, while others were shown the door before they’d even coached a full season. Heading into the 2019-20 NHL season, Alain Vigneault became the latest addition to […]
Flyers’ 2020-21 Roster: Is There Room For Nolan Patrick?
This season has been brutal for Nolan Patrick. The 21-year-old was diagnosed with a migraine disorder in September 2019, causing him to miss the full 2019-20 NHL season up to the point of the COVID-19 pause. Although there was, at one point, hope that Patrick would play before the season’s conclusion, the NHL hiatus has […]
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Flyers Call on Hall of Famer Lindros to be Franchise Ambassador
Eric Lindros will always hold a special place in the hearts and minds of the Philadelphia Flyers and their fans. The franchise has honored his place in their history with his induction into the Flyers Hall of Fame in 2014 and the retirement of his number 88 in 2018. Now, Lindros and the Flyers have […]
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4 Flyers Numbers That Need To Be Retired
A player having their jersey number retired is an honor that franchises rarely give and only bestow to their most beloved stars. For most teams, excluding several Original Six franchises, the honor is so rare that they barely have more than five or so retired numbers. For the Philadelphia Flyers, only six franchise legends have […]
Flyers Provide Injury Update Amid Season Pause
Last Friday, the Philadelphia Flyers and general manager Chuck Fletcher released an injury update amidst the suspended season. When the NHL paused the 2019-20 season, the Flyers had five players listed with injuries. Related: Broad Street Bullies – More Than Goons, Fists & Enforcers On that list is a mix of forwards and defensemen including […]
Flyers History: Every GM’s 3 Best Moves
When the Philadelphia Flyers hired Chuck Fletcher in December of 2018, they added him to a distinguished list of past general managers (GM). Across their 53-year history, the Flyers’ eight different managers have obviously compiled a massive list of moves from trades and contract signings to draft picks. From that extensive list, it’s wildly difficult […]
Flyers’ Best & Worst Trades
In the 53-year history of the Philadelphia Flyers franchise, nine different general managers have been responsible for an insane amount of trades. Although there have been plenty of trades involving low-level players or late draft picks, there have also been plenty of blockbuster deals that have drastically changed the franchise. Related: Revisiting the Brayden Schenn […]
Flyers Sign Forward Tanner Laczynski to Entry-Level Deal
On Monday afternoon, general manager Chuck Fletcher and the Philadelphia Flyers took the next step in locking up their offensive future by signing forward, and 2016 NHL Draft pick, Tanner Laczynski to an entry-level contract. Laczynski was set to finish his senior year with the Ohio State Buckeyes this spring with the Big Ten tournament […]
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Flyers See Unexpected Success From Phil Myers
At one point, it seemed as though Philippe Myers’ NHL dreams would be put on hold and he’d be left to float around minor leagues for the early years of his career. That was until Sept. 21, 2015, when he earned his very first professional contract. After years of grinding in the minors, Myers has […]
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