Flyers Talk

A look at Travis Konecny’s next contract

For a long time, the 2019 summer was labeled as a big one for the Philadelphia Flyers. Wayne Simmonds, Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny are among the players that will have contracts expiring next July. One ... Continue reading →

The Flyers will play 17 nationally televised games this season

The 2018-19 NHL season is fast-approaching and you’ll be able to watch your Philadelphia Flyers on national television 17 times throughout the year. NBC Sports is scheduled to present 109 NHL regular-season games during the 2018-19 ... Continue reading →

Flashback Friday: Flyers acquire Steve Mason from Columbus

The Columbus Blue Jackets selected goaltender, Steve Mason, in the third round (69th overall) in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Mason began the 2007-08 season in Columbus but was nothing more than a healthy scratch for ... Continue reading →

Five under-the-radar questions for the Flyers

With training camp just over a month away, fans attention and curiosity can finally start coming out in full bloom. For the Philadelphia Flyers, the biggest topics are who will center the third line and ... Continue reading →

Philadelphia Flyers 2018-19 Goaltending: A Blueprint

There is a great deal of promise and excitement surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers as they get ready to embark on the 2018-19 season. The addition of James van Riemsdyk solidified what should be a very ... Continue reading →

Joel Farabee, Jay O’Brien and Noah Cates score for Team USA against Canada at WJC Showcase

Team USA didn’t get the result they wanted Saturday afternoon at the World Junior Summer Showcase, but all three Flyers’ prospects representing the blue and white looked great in a losing cause. Both of ... Continue reading →

Another crucial year in store for Scott Laughton

Scott Laughton’s 2016-17 season couldn’t have gone much worse. After starting the year injured, the Ontario native played just two games with the Flyers before being demoted to the Phantoms for the rest ... Continue reading →

Flashback Friday: Shea Weber signs offer sheet

Though signing restricted free agents to offer sheets is an option in the National Hockey League, general managers refuse to exercise this power today, worrying that it will cause friction. However, this was not always ... Continue reading →

Meet the Future: Q & A with Carter Hart

Ever wonder how a hockey player starts off his career? If he even started playing hockey at the position he’s now known for? If I was a betting man, I would certainly have wagered ... Continue reading →

Flyers re-sign Robert Hagg to two-year deal

The last remaining RFA on the Flyers has signed with the team. The Flyers have re-signed defenseman Robert Hagg to a two-year deal worth $2.3M. It carries an AAV of $1.15M. The 23-year-old Swedish blueliner ... Continue reading →