Flyers GM Paul Holmgren has proven he’s not afraid to make unpopular decisions. Trading the cornerstones of the franchise in Mike Richards and Jeff Carter is all the proof you […]
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When the Flyers took to the free agent market this summer and landed Vinny Lecavalier the move was met with mixed reviews. Just when you thought #flyers were getting younger […]
When the Philadelphia Flyers acquired Brayden Schenn in the summer of 2011, many believed they were getting the best prospect in the world. After all, Schenn was coming off a […]
As the holiday season approaches, Paul Holmgren has a number of issues that the team has to address. There are a couple of big ticket items on his shopping list […]
They may have started slow and you may have been forced to drop them, but it’s time to let them redeem themselves. Here is a list of players that got […]
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 […]
It gets late early out there — Yogi Berra
I know what you’re about to say — it’s frickin’ early. And you’re absolutely right, it is.
“Having Brayden [Schenn] up there on that line, I thought it gave him a spark and he played a great game,” said Peter Laviolette when asked about Schenn playing with […]
The 2013-14 season marks the 40 year anniversary of the Philadelphia Flyers’ first Stanley Cup victory. You read that right. That’s for-ty, not four (like many Flyers fans hoped). *damn […]
The Philadelphia Flyers were seen as the benefactors of good fortune in the 2011 NHL Draft. In the weeks prior to the draft, the Flyers made two bold decisions, trading […]
For many teams around the NHL, their respective top line is their best unit, the ones expected to lead and produce on a consistent basis. While that’s true in Philadelphia […]
In the wake of Claude Giroux’s golf injury, Philadelphia Flyers’ fans suddenly have felt a sense of panic and for good reason potentially. Any team is weaker with the possibility […]