The Flyers’ season started out bad – real bad. After three games, Peter Laviolette was canned; the team was at the bottom of the barrel in the NHL standings; the offense […]
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Through their first 23 games, a little over a quarter of the season, the Flyers have generally been a disappointment. Coming off of a disappointing season last year, the team […]
The Flyers’ prospect pool has been a laughing stock for quite some time. Although they’ve put winning teams on the ice, they always seemed to lack in developing prospects through […]
Marc-Andre Fleury. Martin Brodeur. Henrik Lundqvist. Antti Niemi.
When you hear these goaltenders’ names, they are generally thought of as franchise players, perennial All-Stars, and in one of those cases, a first-ballot Hall-of-Famer. Yet, just over six weeks into the 2013-2014 NHL season, there is a goaltender that has a better save percentage than each of those stalwarts in between the pipes.
Matt Schreiber, Lead Writer for the Florida Panthers on THW, believed Dale Tallon may be bluffing when he said all but five players are available for trade. As we found […]
In the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Claude Giroux turned what had been, to that point, a magnificent young career into talks of him being included among the NHL’s elite. A […]
Sitting at 14th in both the Eastern and Western Conferences, the Philadelphia Flyers and Edmonton Oilers certainly are not happy with how their seasons have gone so far. For the […]
Next to Bernie Parent, Pelle “Gump” Lindbergh was the best goalie to play in a Philadelphia Flyers sweater. He had the skill; he had the charisma; he had a passion […]
The NHL is very much a “what-have-you-done-for-me-lately” type of league. After going 0-3 to start the year, the Philadelphia Flyers canned coach Peter Laviolette. Many fans wondered why Paul Holmgren […]
On Friday night, the Philadelphia Flyers were thoroughly embarrassed by the Washington Capitals by a score of 7-0. It was a loss that has epitomized the path of the Flyers’ […]
It is often said that an embarrassing defeat can be just the fuel on the fire necessary to wake a team up from its slumber. If that is the case […]
Ray Emery is a good goaltender, but that being said, he’s a thug. Plain and simple. Last night’s embarrassing display against the Washington Capitals pretty much solidified my beliefs. After […]