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UND goalie Zane McIntyre  (Eric Classen/UND Athletics)

The Flyers Next Backup Goalie

For the first time in years, the Philadelphia Flyers are heading into the offseason with absolutely no question as to who will be their starting goaltender. Steve Mason has now […]

UFA Mike Green (Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports)

3 High Profile Free Agents The Flyers Should Avoid

Throughout their history, the Philadelphia Flyers have been known to go after the most expensive free agents. Whether it was a player like Jeremy Roenick in the pre-cap era or […]

Jake DeBrusk (Credit: Swift Current Broncos)

Flyers Have Options Late in First Round

With the 2015 NHL Draft now less than two weeks away, teams are in full swing as they prepare their draft boards and start to formulate plans for improving their […]

Dear Ron Hextall: Say No to Phil Kessel

Dear Ron Hextall: Say No to Phil Kessel

The worst kept secret in Toronto regarding the Leafs is that Phil Kessel is likely to be traded. With the team going into full rebuild mode, it makes sense for […]

by · June 14, 2015 · 0 comments · Philadelphia Flyers
Mitch Marner: The Magician of the 2015 NHL Draft (OHL Images)

Leafs & Flyers Make Perfect Draft Trade Partners

At the 2015 NHL Draft, the Maple Leafs are scheduled to select fourth overall and the Flyers seventh overall. Trades involving picks in the top 10 aren’t overly common, but have […]

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A Look At Matt Read’s Forgettable Season

Matt Read is a prototypical late-bloomer. He was 24 years old when he signed his entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers and he was 25 before he even tasted the NHL. […]

It's safe to say that Michael Del Zotto is enjoying life with the Philadelphia Flyers. (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

What Should The Flyers Do With Michael Del Zotto?

On August 5th, 2014, the Philadelphia Flyers signed Michael Del Zotto to a one-year, $1.3 million contract. This happened only hours after finding out that Kimmo Timonen had been diagnosed […]

Travis Sanheim (Brad Watson/WHL)

Flyers Find Gem in Prospect Sanheim

Last summer, the 2014 NHL draft was held in Philadelphia for the first time. The Flyers were coming off of a first round playoff exit and held the 17th selection. […]

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The 5 Best Duos in the NHL

One superstar on a line has shown to be difficult to match up against. Sidney Crosby has proven that very often as he has continued to rack up points no matter […]

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Danny Briere Will Be Remembered as a Philadelphia Flyer

After playing for five different teams over an illustrious 17-year career, Danny Briere is set to retire later this summer, according to Alain Sanscartier of 94.5 FM in Ottawa. Although […]

by · June 4, 2015 · 0 comments · Philadelphia Flyers
Ivan Provorov amongst the top defenseman available for the 2015 NHL entry draft. (Photo: Dan and Margaret Hickling)

Flyers Are Right To Draft The Best Available Player

On Wednesday, the Philadelphia Flyers Director of Scouting, Chris Pryor, indicated that the team would be picking the best available player with each pick in the draft, regardless of position. This […]

Wayne Simmonds (Amy Irvin / The Hockey Writers)

Wayne Simmonds Ready to Have a Career Season

The Philadelphia Flyers have some great young forwards on the roster and even at age 26, Wayne Simmonds is still considered young.  He started the season on a tear, but […]

by · June 2, 2015 · 0 comments · Philadelphia Flyers