Flyers Rally Past Bruins - Couturier Nets Hat Trick

Flyers Rally Past Bruins - Couturier Nets Hat Trick

January 17th, 2019 PHILADELPHIA — Sean Couturier had a hat trick, Carter Hart stopped 39 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Boston Bruins 4-3 on Wednesday night. Couturier scored twice within 90 seconds in the second period and sealed the win with his 19th goal l...
The Other Two: Morin, Myers and the Future of the Flyers’ Defense

The Other Two: Morin, Myers and the Future of the Flyers’ Defense

January 16th, 2019 A few seasons ago, the Philadelpia Flyers fan mantra was: “The defense may be a patchwork now, but in a few years, watch out!” Sometime in the future, they held, a deep arsenal of unique Flyers defensive prospects would vault the team back to relevance and contention. Former general manager...

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January 11th, 2019
Philadelphia Flyers

PHILADELPHIA — Carter Hart stopped 37 shots and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Dallas Stars 2-1 on Thursday night to end an eight-game losing streak. James van Riemsdyk had a goal and an assist, and Travis Konecny also scored for the Flyers. Philadel...
January 10th, 2019
Philadelphia Flyers

It was a busy day for rumors and innuendo in hockey, so for today's second installment of the rumor rundown, we look at updates on Sergei Bobrovsky, Wayne Simmonds and an Auston Matthews offer sheet coming out of Arizona. Here is part one from Thursday. Sergei Bobrovsky Suspended by Team? Anything to do With Free Agency? In a bit of a shocking development on Thursday, the Columbus Blue Jackets have issued a press release indicating that Sergei Bobrovsky will not dress for the team’s game against the Nashville Predators on Thursday, citing an “incident” which has caused the team to pull the star goalie and pending unrestricted free agent from the lineup. Blue Jackets general manager Jarmo Kekalainen made the following statement on the official team website: There are certain expectations and values that we have established for our players that define our culture. An incident occurred in which Sergei failed to meet those expectations and values, so we made the...
January 9th, 2019
Flyers Transactions

Two teams made deals for him, but only one could end up with "The Next One". It's been over 26 years since the Quebec Nordiques traded Eric Lindros — a once-in-a-generation player with outstanding offensive prowess, a bone-crunching physical presence, strong skating skills, and stupendously soft hands — to the Philadelphia Flyers. The whole-package, Lindros possessed a unique skillset and had been compared to Wayne Gretzky and Mario Lemieux. The trade was brokered out of necessity. Lindros warned the Nordiques he would not play for them if they drafted him first-overall in the 1991 NHL Entry Draft. When they didn't heed his warning, he refused to sign, going back to his OHL club in Oshawa. Lindros was eligible to re-enter the draft in 1993. The Nordiques, not wanting to lose such an impactful player for nothing and waste their first-overall pick, traded the power forward during the 1992 NHL Entry Draft to the Philadelphia Flyers for Peter Forsberg, Mike...