Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 10

We've officially entered the dog days of the NHL offseason. August is the no man's land between the free agent frenzy and the preseason, and Flyers fans are especially down this year after an underwhelming performance by Chuck Fletcher throughout the summer. It's led folks to CapFriendly's Armchair GM tool to craft their what-could've-been perfect … Continue reading Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 10

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Carolina Hurricanes

When the Hartford Whalers relocated to Carolina and became the Hurricanes in 1997, the Philadelphia Flyers became very friendly with the new club. They weren't in the same division until 2013 and never really had a hot rivalry or legendary game, bur from a trade perspective, they were very busy off the ice. 11 trades … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Carolina Hurricanes

Who is the Next Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers?

Now that the offseason has come and gone and it's officially official that Claude Giroux will not be returning to Philadelphia, the new era of Flyers hockey can get underway. His absence will leave many holes within the Flyers organization, one of the biggest being his title as captain, a role he has held since … Continue reading Who is the Next Captain of the Philadelphia Flyers?

Pros and Cons of Danny Briere as Flyers GM

After Chuck Fletcher botched the Flyers' offseason something fierce, it feels as though his days as general manager are numbered. Though parting ways with Fletcher opens up a brand new can of worms when it comes to who replaces him. It sure seems as though fan-favorite-player-turned-front-office-member Danny Briere is the next man up, but is … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Danny Briere as Flyers GM

Philadelphia Flyers State of the Union 2022

After two straight abysmal seasons of hockey in Philadelphia, the Flyers did something shocking during the 2022 offseason; Nothing! The acquisition of Tony Deangelo was their big plan and marked the entirety of their noteworthy summer upgrades. They did part ways with Mike Yeo in favor of John Tortorella, hoping he can reintroduce some of … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers State of the Union 2022

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Boston Bruins

Beantown versus Broadway was a legendary rivalry through the 1970's and 1980's. The physicality both teams were known for made their early encounters less like hockey games and more like MMA on ice. The Flyers beat Boston for their first Stanley Cup victory in 1974, also meeting in the playoffs on three other occasions in … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Boston Bruins

Top 5: Flyers Likely to Breakout in 2022-23

In the curious move of running back a 25-win team, it means the Flyers have high expectations that the younger players on the roster will be difference makers. It's a strategy the Flyers have deployed and failed with in the past, but this year they're convinced it will be different. Now they restock the prospect … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Likely to Breakout in 2022-23

Top 5: Flyers Reverse Retro Design Guesses

When Adidas announced the return of their Reverse Retro line, it's like a kid on Christmas morning as the mind runs wild with what kind of whacky design they could possibly pull out of their hats this time around. The original Flyers reverse retros weren't bad, but they weren't great. Just a middle of the … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Reverse Retro Design Guesses