October, 2017

Grading Hak & Hex: Sam Morin Recalled, Fourth Line Reassembled

There’s no one that takes more heat or creates more discussion in the Philadelphia Flyers organization than coach Dave Hakstol. Everything from his system choices to his line formations can jumpstart hundreds of Twitter ... Continue reading →

Three Ups, Three Downs from Flyers-Coyotes

For 45 minutes of game action, everything was bad. The Flyers looked flat-out horrid against an Arizona Coyotes team that entered Monday with an 0-10-1 record. They just couldn’t do anything right. Then, about ... Continue reading →

Coyotes 4, Flyers 3 Post-Game: Flyers Earn Late Point but Fall to Arizona

Coyotes 4 (1-10-1, 3 PTS) @ Flyers 3 (6-5-1, 13 PTS) OT  The Arizona Coyotes came in to Philadelphia without a win, but they walked out with a 1 in the “W” column after nearly 65 minutes of hockey. After ... Continue reading →

Ex-Flyer Mark Streit retires from the NHL

Former Philadelphia Flyers’ blueliner Mark Streit has retired from the NHL after 12 seasons. Mark Streit, nach 200 Nati-Spielen, über 800 NHL-Spielen, 100 NHL-Toren trittst du zurück. Wir wünschen dir nur das Beste für deine Zukunft! &... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Coyotes (Game 12)

Coyotes (0-10-1, 1PT) @ Flyers (6-5-0, 12PTS) The Flyers return back home after a two-game road trip and are looking to build on their 4-2 victory on Saturday over the Maple Leafs. They will ... Continue reading →

Best and Worst of the Week: The top line is on fire

Through 11 games this season, there has been one major constant for the Flyers. The goaltending has been iffy, the youngsters have had their ups and downs but the one thing the team has been able ... Continue reading →

Reports: Leo Komarov won’t have hearing for vicious hit on Shayne Gostisbehere

According to an NHL source, there is no hearing scheduled for Maple Leafs’ forward Leo Komarov after he injured Flyers’ blueliner Shayne Gostisbehere with a hit in Saturday’s game. NHL source tells me no ... Continue reading →

Flyers 4, Maples Leafs 2 post-game: This one will count

The Philadelphia Flyers got back to their winning ways with an all-around solid effort against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Saturday night. The team did lose Shayne Gostisbehere to an upper-body injury in the second ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers at Maple Leafs (Game 11)

Flyers (5-5-0, 10 PTS) @ Maple Leafs (7-3-0, 14 PTS) After an infuriating loss to the Ottawa Senators on Thursday that including several controversial late-game calls, the Flyers return to action center stage on Hockey Night ... Continue reading →

The five best reaction GIFs from a frustrating night in Ottawa

Thursday night’s game between the Philadelphia Flyers and Ottawa Senators was insanity. No matter what side you were on, it’s hard not to sympathize with Flyers fans who feel robbed after several controversial ... Continue reading →