January, 2018

Preview: Flyers at Capitals (Game 50)

The Philadelphia Flyers return from the All-Star Break Wednesday night to take on the Washington Capitals on the road at 8 p.m. Both teams should be well rested — neither have played since last Thursday. WATCH / ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: Midseason Best and Worst Review

Technically, the Philadelphia Flyers’ and the NHL’s midpoint came about two weeks ago. But the All-Star break happened this past weekend and there wasn’t a lot of news regarding the Flyers. So because ... Continue reading →

The best of Claude Giroux’s All-Star weekend

There was only one Philadelphia Flyer at the 2018 NHL All-Star Weekend in Tampa Bay, Florida. While most of the Flyers were enjoying their time off, captain Claude Giroux was mixing it up with the league’... Continue reading →

Oskar Lindblom scores highlight-reel shorthanded goal

Oskar Lindblom might be one of the best all-around skaters currently in the Philadelphia Flyers organization. The 21-year-old Swedish forward is currently playing with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms of the AHL and has been a ... Continue reading →

Doug Pederson drops the puck at Flyers/ Lightning game

Super Bowl LII is only 10 days away and the support for the Philadelphia Eagles was on full display in the Flyers’ final game before the All-Star break Thursday night. The Flyers were facing off against ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers vs Lightning (Game 49)

Flyers (24-16-8, 56 PTS) vs Lightning (33-12-3, 69 PTS) PREVIOUS MEETING: 12/29/2017, PHI 5 @ TBL 3  Philadelphia returns home after a successful quick two game road trip, and they welcome the current President Trophy leaders the Tampa Bay ... Continue reading →

Flyers 3, Red Wings 2 (OT): Konecny is clutch

The Flyers entered tonight’s game in a wildcard spot after winning 8 of their last 10 games. Brian Elliott got the start in goal and all the lines and defense pairings remained the same from the ... Continue reading →

Preview: Flyers at Red Wings (Game 48)

The Philadelphia Flyers will try to extend their win streak to four when they visit the Detroit Red Wings tonight. The game is also the team’s second-to-last before the All-Star Break. Along with the ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: Sanheim sent down, Rangers debacle

In the past week, the Philadelphia Flyers have won three out of four games, including two over Metropolitan Division foes. You wouldn’t be able to tell that, though, judging by fan’s reactions. Travis ... Continue reading →

The statistical argument against benching Sanheim

If you’re like a majority of Flyer fans in this city, you might be scratching your head at the reason why rookie Travis Sanheim had been benched and subsequently sent back down to Lehigh ... Continue reading →