Close your eyes for a minute and let's go back in time. Back to 2015, a much simpler time. Back then, the future of the Flyers defense core was highlighted by rookie defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere and first year pro Samuel Morin. A 6'7 hulking defenseman partnered with a smaller offensive defenseman, reminiscent of the Chris … Continue reading Shayne Gostisbehere and Samuel Morin: A Duo Eight Years In The Making
The day after an underwhelming trade deadline, the Flyers took their fifth 6-1 loss of the season and if the wind wasn't out of the sails before, it certainly is now. On top of all that the Bruins beat the Sabres and have hit 50 points on the season, six more than the Flyers with … Continue reading Is Anything Ever Going to Change?
Kevin Hayes has been a conspicuous figure since he signed with the Flyers on June 18, 2019. His arrival and contract were met with skepticism as that $50 million price tag that accompanied him to Philadelphia was a massive pill to swallow. Though it didn't take long for the new guy to prove the doubters … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Kevin Hayes
The 2021 trade deadline is just days away and the big question on everyone's mind is "will Chuck Fletcher make moves?" He stated in his press conference a few weeks ago that he doesn't anticipate the Flyers to be sellers despite their record, but since then the Flyers have blown a few big games and … Continue reading Top 5: Landing Spots For Shayne Gostisbehere
Yet another lackluster season almost in the books and all eyes will be on Chuck Fletcher and how he can maneuver through the offseason. He will have to find a way to clear cap space while making worthwhile additions. So, what kind of cap space can the we expect the Flyers clear this summer? First … Continue reading How Much Cap Can The Flyers Clear?
The 2021 trade deadline is quickly approaching and Chuck Fletcher has played his cards close to his chest when he has talked about what he plans on doing on April 12. While the team has put him in quite a pickle lingering on the edge of the playoff bubble, the Flyers should consider adding if … Continue reading Selling High on Scott Laughton
For the first time in 13 months I stepped foot inside the PPL Center to take in a Lehigh Valley Phantoms game. The feelings were hard to describe. Excited to be back at a place that has more or less been a second home the past few years, yet the underlying nervousness because, ya know, … Continue reading Observations From A Socially-Distanced Hockey Game
A shortened hockey season means every game is more intense. With just 56 games on the docket, fighting for a playoff spot happens far earlier in the season than usual. There is very little room to do a mulligan if a rough stretch happens and the Flyers are finding that out first hand. They jumped … Continue reading Too Little Too Late For Flyers Playoff Hopes?
It's been a very long shortened season for Philadelphia Flyers. After a hot start the train completely came off the tracks in the month of March when the team went 6-10-1 where they allowed five or more goals seven times. Now as the season hinders on an important back-to-back with the Bruins early next week, … Continue reading In Defense of Alain Vigneault
The Philadelphia Flyers are having a rough 2021 campaign thanks in part to the state of their defense core which has underperformed all season. One of the biggest disappointments on the blue line is 25-year-old fourth-year defenseman Travis Sanheim. He is in the last year of his two-year bridge deal he signed in 2019 that … Continue reading Don’t Re-Sign Travis Sanheim