December, 2017

German Rubtsov scores at World Juniors with Ron Hextall in attendance

The 2018 World Junior Championships are underway in Buffalo and Philadelphia Flyers’ fans should be paying close attention. While most of the focus is on elite goaltending prospect Carter Hart for Team Canada, German Rubtsov is ... Continue reading →

Flyers 5, Lightning 3 post-game: Flyers finally win again

The Flyers wanted to avoid losing their third straight game tonight when they faced off against the Tampa Bay Lightning — who just happen to be the best team in the league. Coach Dave Hakstol made ... Continue reading →

Panthers 3, Flyers 2 post-game: Comeback falls short

Florida Panthers 3 (16-16-5), Philadelphia Flyers 2 (15-14-8) The Philadelphia Flyers were able to mount a small comeback Thursday night against the Florida Panthers by scoring twice in the final seven minutes of the game, ... Continue reading →

Game Preview: Flyers @ Panthers (Game 37)

The Flyers are returning from the Christmas break hoping to get back into the win column tonight against the Panthers. Alex Lyon has been sent back to the Phantoms since Michal Neuvirth has recovered from ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: New Lines, Oskar Lindblom, Brian Elliott

It may have been Christmas week for the Philadelphia Flyers, but the team was still busy before the break, playing three games in four days. Both general manager Ron Hextall and coach Dave Hakstol kept ... Continue reading →

Flyers 1, Blue Jackets 2 (SO) post-game: Shootout woes

The Philadelphia Flyers are heading into the holidays on a losing note. After turning in a disappointing effort against the Buffalo Sabres on Friday evening, the Flyers followed up with a 2-1 shootout loss to ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers @ Blue Jackets (Game 36)

Flyers (15-13-7, 37 PTS) @ Blue Jackets (21-13-2, 44 PTS) Philadelphia heads to Columbus, Ohio for their final game before the NHL’s Christmas break. This is the Flyers’ second game of a back-to-back, as they ... Continue reading →

Sabres: 4, Flyers: 2 post-game: Elliott shines, but offense proves dull

Philadelphia Flyers 2 (15-13-7), Buffalo Sabres 4 (9-19-7) It was a game that had all the looks of being an easy win for a Flyer team that has been hot of late. Instead, it turned ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers @ Sabres (Game 35)

The Philadelphia Flyers currently sit three points out of a Wild Card position as they try for their eighth win in nine games Friday night in Buffalo. It’s the start of a four-game road ... Continue reading →

Flyers 4, Red Wings 3 post-game: Couturier powers Flyers

Philadelphia Flyers 4 (15-12-7), Detroit Red Wings 3 (13-14-7) It wasn’t the prettiest of games for the Flyers, but they’re back in the win column after leaving it for a game with a 4... Continue reading →