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Three Ups, Three Downs from Flyers-Jets

Welp. At least the Flyers scored a hockey goal, right? After back-to-back shutouts to the Minnesota Wild, the Flyers did the impossible and actually scored two hockey goals in one period Thursday night in Winnipeg. ... Continue reading →

Three Ups, Three Downs from Flyers-Wild

The good: The Flyers don’t have to play the Wild again this season. The bad: It’s been 156:09 since the Flyers last scored a real-life hockey goal. Tuesday’s 3-0 loss – a second consecutive ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak & Hex: Finding Offense Beyond First Line

When the team scores just three goals in two games over a week, the biggest talking points is going to be the offense. It’s even worse when one line is accountable for all of ... Continue reading →

Best and Worst of the Week: Flyers need to help out the top line

The top line can’t do everything. At some point, the Flyers are going to need someone else to start contributing. The lack of secondary scoring and consistency at the forward position needs to be ... Continue reading →

Three Ups, Three Downs from Flyers-Wild

If you took a quick glance at the box score, you’d assume the Flyers ran into a hot goalie on Saturday. No disrespect to Minnesota’s Devan Dubnyk intended but, aside from a few ... Continue reading →

Wild 1, Flyers 0 Post Game: Wild Shutout Flyers

Wild (7-7-1) 1, Flyers (8-7-2) 0 From almost puck drop, it seemed like one goal would be all it would take in the Philadelphia Flyers’ game against the Minnesota Wild Saturday night. Minnesota’s Jason ... Continue reading →

Flyers 3, Blackhawks 1 Post Game: First line fires Flyers to victory

Flyers 3 (8-6-2, 18 PTS) vs Blackhawks 1 (7-7-2, 16 PTS) The Flyers secured their eighth win of the season with an outstanding performance from the first line trio of Giroux, Couturier, and Voracek. Goalie Brian Elliott ... Continue reading →

Shayne Gostisbehere on the verge of creating Flyers history

24-year-old blueliner Shayne Gostisbehere is on the verge of collecting his first 100 career points with the Philadelphia Flyers quicker than any other defenseman in team history. The tidbit was first brought to attention by Sam ... Continue reading →

Grading Hak/Hex: Defense, Couturier on PP, Goalies

The Philadelphia Flyers couldn’t have had a much worse week in term of injuries. Nolan Patrick, Sam Morin and Andrew MacDonald remained out, Radko Gudas suffered an injury and Shayne Gostisbehere didn’t return ... Continue reading →

Michal Neuvirth unveils new mask that will be auctioned off for Jakub Voracek’s charity

Goaltender Michal Neuvirth’s latest Flyers’ mask pays tribute to forward Jakub Voracek’s charity foundation Kluk Puk. Voracek launched the charity two years ago and it aims at fighting multiple/disseminated sclerosis — a disease ... Continue reading →