October, 2016

Surviving The Storm

After suffering tough back-to-back losses, the Flyers got back on track on Sunday afternoon against the Carolina Hurricanes in Raleigh, NC. The Flyers accomplished a rare feat: they scored in the first period. Shayne Gostisbehere ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Hurricanes (Game 10)

PHI: 3-5-1 (6th in Metro) CAR: 2-3-2 (7th in Metro) When: 5:00 PM Where: PNC Arena (Raleigh, North Carolina) PHI Goalie: Michal Neuvirth (4 GP, .847 SV%, 4.16 GAA) CAR Goalie: Cam Ward (4 GP, .872 SV%, 3.52 GAA) PHI ... Continue reading →

Flyers fall to rival Penguins in tight contest, 5-4

Tyler Nolan (@T_Nol_) The Flyers did something they hadn’t done all season against the Penguins Saturday night; score multiple goals in the 1st period. Alas, this early start (though stuttered by three Penguin 1... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Coyotes (Game 8)

PHI: 3-3-1 (5th in Metro) ARI: 1-5-0 (Last in Pacific) When: 7:00 PM Where: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia, PA) PHI Goalie: Steve Mason (6 GP, .901 SV%, 2.77 GAA) ARI Goalie: Louis Domingue (4 GP, .851 SV%, 5.03 GAA) PHI ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Sabres (Game 7)

PHI: 2-3-1 (6th in Metro) BUF: 1-2-1 (8th in Atlantic) When: 7:30 PM Where: Wells Fargo Center (Philadelphia PA) PHI Goalie: Michal Neuvirth (2 GP, .854 SV%, 4.24 GAA) BUF Goalie: Anders Nilsson (N/A) Flyers projected ... Continue reading →

Flyers fall 3-1 to Canadiens

In a game that started better than Saturday’s, the results were much different as the Flyers fell 3-1 to the Montreal Canadiens. The Flyers had one of their best first periods of the season ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Canadiens (Game 6)

PHI: 2-2-1 (5th in Metro) MTL: 4-0-1 (1st in Atlantic) When: 7:30 PM Where: Bell Centre (Montreal, Quebec, Canada) PHI Goalie: Steve Mason (4 GP, .882 SV%, 3.35 GAA) MTL Goalie: Carey Price (2 GP, .920 SV%, 2.01 GAA)   ... Continue reading →

Matt Read off to orange hot start

The Flyers have been lighting the lamp with efficiency in the early going averaging 3.80 goals per game. They have flipped the script on their usual ice cold start to campaigns. A resurgent Matt Read has ... Continue reading →

Flyers would prefer to move Neuvirth

Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer reported this morning that the Flyers aren’t looking to trade a goalie, but if the price was right they’d prefer to move Michal Neuvirth. If price was ... Continue reading →

Flyers complete this comeback, defeat Carolina 6-3

Down 2-0 early in the second period, the Flyers roared back to snap their three game losing streak. Brandon Manning got the ball rolling when he jumped onto the ice after a shift change, caught ... Continue reading →