April, 2018

Pursuing John Tavares a must for Philadelphia

The potential 2018 NHL free agent class has some very respectable names. However, no other member of that list comes close to the biggest fish in the sea, John Tavares. Since being selected by the New ... Continue reading →

Flashback Friday: Flyers select Sean Couturier eighth overall

After a brief break during the postseason, “Flashback Friday” is back and slightly switching its gears. For the next two months or so, we will be revisiting Philadelphia Flyers draft selections from yesteryear. A handful ... Continue reading →

Analyzing Ron Hextall’s end of year press conference

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Ron Hextall held his annual end-of-year press conference Thursday morning touching on subjects like unrestricted free agents, buyouts and the coaching staff. How does that affect this summer and will fans ... Continue reading →

Time to Trade Wayne Simmonds

The Philadelphia Flyers suffered elimination, and it is time to switch gears and focus on what should be a busy offseason for Ron Hextall. Two significant elephants in the room need to be addressed right ... Continue reading →

Wayne Simmonds played the 2017-18 season with a Torn Pelvis

Everybody had a feeling Wayne Simmonds was playing hurt. Nobody knew it was this bad. Despite reaching the 20-goal mark for the fifth consecutive season, the power forward struggled throughout the 2017-18 NHL season, finishing ... Continue reading →

Wayne Simmonds named finalist for Mark Messier Leadership Trophy

The NHL has announced that Flyers forward Wayne Simmonds is one of three finalists for the Mark Messier Leadership Award. Defenseman Deryk Engelland of the Vegas Golden Knights and forward Blake Wheeler of the Winnipeg ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: Last Week of the Season

The Philadelphia Flyers season came to an end Sunday, but before the offseason goes into full swing, let’s look at the moves in the last week that got the team to this point. No ... Continue reading →

Flyers loan Oskar Lindblom and Travis Sanheim to the Phantoms

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms playoff run just got much more exciting. The Flyers have loaned blueliner Travis Sanheim and forward Oskar Lindblom to their AHL affiliate in Lehigh Valley. The Phantoms are currently tied with ... Continue reading →

Ivan Provorov: “As long as my arm was attached to me, I was playing”

If anything is clear from the Flyers’ 2017-18 season, it’s that blueliner Ivan Provorov is a warrior. Provorov had a monster outing in Game 5 against the Penguins, logging 30:07 of ice time and recording six ... Continue reading →

Penguins 8, Flyers 5: Eliminated

The Flyers faced elimination when they travelled to Pittsburgh for Game 5, and with a gutsy effort, they managed to secure a Game 6 in Philadelphia. It was a great team effort lead by the captain and ... Continue reading →