July, 2018

Mid-Summer Roundtable

Going into the 2018-19 series, there is a myriad of questions surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers organization. Some feel that the Flyers need to add more, some feel that their prospects are ready, and some feel ... Continue reading →

Flashback Friday: Flyers select Bobby Clarke 17th overall in 1969

Bobby Clarke played his junior hockey for his hometown team, the Flin Flon Bombers. He developed a strong reputation in Flin Flon as a noteworthy prospect, leading the league in scoring three straight years. Though ... Continue reading →

Adidas showcases Flyers 2018-19 alternate jerseys

It will be black and orange for the Flyers in 2018-19. The team announced back in June that they would be bringing back the uniforms they used in the 2017 Stadium Series in Pittsburgh as their ... Continue reading →

Nolan Patrick named No. 1 breakout player for 2018-19 by NHL Network

There’s plenty of intrigue surrounding several young players in Philadelphia entering 2018-19, but perhaps none bigger than that surrounding 19-year-old forward Nolan Patrick. The Flyers’ second overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft came into ... Continue reading →

Joel Farabee, Jay O’Brien and Noah Cates named to Team USA’s World Junior Showcase Roster

The Philadelphia Flyers will be well-represented at the World Junior Summer Showcase at the end of the month. USA Hockey announced today the Team Blue and Team White rosters for the event that will take ... Continue reading →

Analyzing Flyers’ Depth: Defense, Goalies, Special Teams

Last week, while looking at the Philadelphia Flyers’ depth on offense, there was plenty to be excited about in returnee James van Riemsdyk. For the defense and in net, the only addition has been Christian ... Continue reading →

Revisiting the Wayne Simmonds Situation

With the NHL Entry Draft and free agent frenzy behind us, we are officially in the dog days of summer. Ron Hextall and the Flyers made one big move on July 1st signing James van ... Continue reading →

Prospect Report: Isaac Ratcliffe

Since taking over for Paul Holmgren in 2014, Ron Hextall has not been shy about collecting a multitude of draft picks. Since he became the general manager, Hextall has drafted 42 players. Among the myriad of prospects ... Continue reading →

Anthony Stolarz accepts qualifying offer

It’s getting slightly crowded in the Philadelphia goal crease. According to a report, Flyers RFA goaltender Anthony Stolarz has accepted his qualifying offer. It’s a one-year, two-way contract worth $761,250 at the NHL level ... Continue reading →

Flyers sign Tyrell Goulbourne and Taylor Leier to one-year deals

The Philadelphia Flyers announced today they have re-signed RFA forwards Tyrell Goulbourne and Taylor Leier to one-year contracts. They also confirmed forward Danick Martel has accepted his Qualifying Offer on a one-year contract. Goulbourne made ... Continue reading →