Flyers' 3 Stars to Begin Season

Flyers' 3 Stars to Begin Season

October 16th, 2019 With the Philadelphia Flyers’ season fully underway, we’ve had a quick glance at what is to come. Traveling from Prague to Philadelphia, and now to Western Canada, the Flyers have been impressive in spite of their grueling early-season schedule. No other team has traveled as much as the...
Michael Frolik Gets Goal in 800th NHL Game, Flames Down Flyers 3-1

Michael Frolik Gets Goal in 800th NHL Game, Flames Down Flyers 3-1

October 15th, 2019 CALGARY — Michael Frolik scored in his 800th NHL game to help the Calgary Flames down the visiting Philadelphia Flyers 3-1 on Tuesday. Frolik's goal was the 154th of his career now in its 13th season and fifth as a Flame. The 31-year-old Czec...

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October 10th, 2019
Flyers Goaltending

Wednesday may not have been a very busy day on the National Hockey League schedule, but there was plenty of goalie news to cover including some sweet retro gear, the first of many shutouts and a really cool crossover story. Former Soccer Great Laces Up His Skates We have had two-sport stars in the past, but it very rare that it ever involves ice hockey. In America, we have seen the likes of Bo Jackson and Deion Sanders excel at both professional baseball and football. Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine was drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 1984 but made the right choice to continue his baseball career. Kirk McCaskill, who had a lengthy career as a pitcher for the California Angels and Chicago White Sox, was a Hobey Baker Award finalist at the University of Vermont and played a season in the American Hockey League after being drafted by the Winnipeg Jets. A story broke out of England on Wednesday that one of the best soccer goalkeepers of all-time was going to give hockey a...
October 10th, 2019
Flyers History

During the 1970s, only the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins had more victories than the Philadelphia Flyers' 424. During that decade, the Flyers won back-to-back Stanley Cups in 1974 and 1975, went to two more Finals, and missed the playoffs once. Furthermore, they registered 100 or more points in five consecutive seasons between 1974 and 1978. The Flyers of that era are often overlooked by the Bobby Orr-led Bruins and the Guy Lafleur-led Canadiens because the Flyers lacked the elite offensive threats that other teams had in Orr and Lefleur of the 1970s or Mike Bossy and Wayne Gretzky of the 1980s. Yet, a lack of big-name scorers on Philadelphia's rosters during the 1970s didn't hinder their success. Instead, they were led by "the Broad Street Bullies," a group of players whose toughness and tenacity was unmatched, yet they weren't exclusively goons. Rather, they brought an offensive punch, hit hard, regularly pushed the limits of the rulebook, and backed it all up with...
October 9th, 2019
Philadelphia Flyers

PHILADELPHIA — Carter Hart stopped 25 shots for his first career shutout to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 4-0 win over the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night. Ivan Provorov scored for the Flyers, and so did Kevin Hayes, Sean Couturier and Travis ...