June, 2018

Reports: James van Riemsdyk agrees to terms to return to Flyers

Multiple reports indicate that the Flyers second overall pick in 2007 will be returning to Philadelphia in 2018-19. Reports claim the Flyers have agreed to terms with forward James van Riemsdyk on a five-year deal with ... Continue reading →

Andrew MacDonald offers home to rehabbing Humboldt Broncos player

The Philadelphia Flyers are taking in paralyzed Humboldt Broncos hockey player Ryan Straschnitzki. The 19-year-old defenseman is one of 13 survivors from the tragic bus crash that killed 16 people April 6 in Saskatchewan. Straschnitzki was left paralyzed ... Continue reading →

Carter Hart debuts first Flyers mask

Carter Hart is set to go professional.  The elite goaltending prospect is currently attending the Flyers’ 2018 Development Camp after a sensational final junior season in the WHL with the Everett Silvertips. While the Flyers currently ... Continue reading →

Flashback Friday: Flyers sign Daniel Briere to multi-year contract

Daniel Briere was selected by the then-Phoenix Coyotes 24th overall in the 1996 NHL Entry Draft. After being drafted Briere returned to the QMJHL’s Drummondville Voltigeurs for one more season. In his final year with ... Continue reading →

Report: Morgan Frost bulks up ahead of Flyers Training Camp

Flyers’ top offensive prospect Morgan Frost has been putting in the work in hopes of cracking the opening night roster in October. According to beat writer Sam Carchidi, Frost has already gained 10 pounds this summer ... Continue reading →

A look at Ivan Provorov’s future contract

It’s safe to say that general managers aren’t hesitating to lock up their top defensemen. Most recently we’ve witnessed John Carlson snatch an eight-year, 64 million dollar contract. Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Brent Burns and ... Continue reading →

Flyers’ cheap free agent options

With free agency less than a week away and the negotiation period already started, everyone has already heard the big names like John Tavares, Paul Stastny and Calvin De Haan. The Philadelphia Flyers and general ... Continue reading →

Flyers release roster and schedule for 2018 Development Camp

Development Camp is upon us. The Flyers have released its development camp schedule and roster. The camp gets underway Thursday June 28 at Flyers Skate Zone in Voorhees, New Jersey, and runs through July 2. The on-ice ... Continue reading →

Flyers extend qualifying offers to all RFAs except Petr Mrazek

The Flyers have extended qualifying offers to all their RFAs except for goaltender Petr Mrazek. Qualifying offer amounts: Alex Lyon: $917,831 Robert Hagg: $874,125 Taylor Leier: $846,886 Anthony Stolarz: $761,250 Reece Willcox: $682,500 Danick Martel: $682,500 Tyrell Goulbourne: $682,500 Mrazek was underwhelming ... Continue reading →

Philadelphia Flyers 2018 NHL Entry Draft review

The highlight of the summer was finally upon us: The 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The Philadelphia Flyers drafted eight new prospects, including two that were picked in the first round. This was the third time in ... Continue reading →