The hopes of many Islander fans were answered on Tuesday when Andrew MacDonald was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers. #Isles get 2014 3rd rounder and a 2015 2nd rounder for MacDonald from […]
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In the past three games, the Flyers have defeated the fifth, sixth, and eleventh best teams in the NHL in terms of points. They have played some of their most […]
Will the real Flyers #1 defenseman please stand up? Chris Pronger (may his career RIP) was the glue that held the Flyers blueline together for the better part of two […]
Big surprise here: a bold and highly contentious acquisition made by the Philadelphia Flyers appears to be biting them, again. The culprit this time? 35-year-old defenseman Mark Streit. The sample […]
The way they ended their season — on a 6-1 run with three games of four or more goals — is exactly how the Philadelphia Flyers expect to start their […]
“Honestly, we don’t care what league they come from — college, juniors, Europe, If they can play, they can play for us. Every player is unique.“ – Garth Snow, General […]
After using all seven of his picks in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft on defensemen, Islanders fans probably weren’t expecting Garth Snow to select Ryan Pulock with the fifteenth overall […]
With the NHL off-season at the halfway point and signings slowing down, TSN’s hockey insider Darren Dreger tweeted that the Toronto Maple Leafs may be looking to deal defenseman Cody […]
With the 2013-2014 NHL schedules being released a couple of weeks ago, hockey fans have undoubtedly combed through a bunch of games thus far in order to secure tickets or […]
Last night, the New York Islanders’ magical run came to a halt, and in as heartbreaking a fashion as one could envision. But be proud, be excited.
With the New York Islanders having secured a playoff berth for the first time since the last day of the 2006-2007 NHL regular season, hockey fans must be wondering how […]
For the majority of the 2012-2013 NHL season, New York Islanders fans watched a hockey team that displayed flashes of dominance at times, but played wildly inconsistent during other stretches. […]