Remember Those Two Shutout Victories Over the Sabres? This is What Happened Next

Joy isn't typically a word that gets associated with the Flyers very often, and certainly not during the 2021 season. The Flyers played some of their worst hockey in franchise history from March to the end of the season in May, but that didn't even feel like a possibility bat the time. They started the … Continue reading Remember Those Two Shutout Victories Over the Sabres? This is What Happened Next

Ron Hextall’s Draft History with the Flyers

Ron Hextall was brought back to the City of Brotherly Love 15 years after his playing career ended with one objective in mind- rebuild the Philadelphia Flyers. Through his five seasons at the helm of the Flyers organization, he oversaw some of the most interesting drafts in their history. Ever since his firing in 2018 … Continue reading Ron Hextall’s Draft History with the Flyers

Top 5: Flyers with the Most to Prove in 2021-22

The 2021 Philadelphia Flyers season was a disaster for the ages and threw the entire state of the roster into disarray. Now, with question marks throughout the lineup, the entire roster will have to find a way to bounce back heading into the 2021-22 campaign. There are certain players that have more to prove than … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers with the Most to Prove in 2021-22

Ten Years Later: The Richards and Carter Trades

June 23, 2011, A day that changed the landscape of the Philadelphia Flyers forever. Paul Holmgren shocked everyone when he first traded Mike Richards to the L.A. Kings, then Jeff Carter to the Columbus Blue Jackets, and followed that up by announcing he had signed goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov to a nine-year, $51 million contract. It … Continue reading Ten Years Later: The Richards and Carter Trades

Are Offer Sheets A Realistic Option This Summer?

The 2021 NHL offseason hasn't even begun yet and the twists and turns it is talking the Philadelphia Flyers and their fans on has been a neck-breaking journey. From top defenseman chatter to shooting down options to Eichel rumors, we've seen it all so far. Though one of the new emerging theories seems to be … Continue reading Are Offer Sheets A Realistic Option This Summer?

Revisiting A Potential Jack Eichel Trade

If you're a frequent Brotherly Puck reader, chances are you remember the hit Jack Eichel trade scenario piece that was published last summer. It formulated a trade based around a player that had just scored 36 goals and 78 points during the shortened 68-game campaign and was showing discontent after the Sabres were about to … Continue reading Revisiting A Potential Jack Eichel Trade

Top 5: Players the Flyers Should Avoid this Summer

Big game hunting should be the name of the game for Chuck Fletcher and the Philadelphia Flyers during the 2021 offseason, but between the hesitancy the front office has shown over the last calendar year and the limited overall market for worthwhile additions this summer, it feels like the possibility for adding plugs rather than … Continue reading Top 5: Players the Flyers Should Avoid this Summer

It’s Time for Chuck Fletcher to Be A F*cking Flyer

It's been almost two years since newly-crowned head coach Alain Vigneault dropped his now famous "be a fucking Flyer" line during the Flyers' 2019 training camp. The discombobulated soup that the Flyers have diminished into since has really put a damper on the fire Vigneault entered Philadelphia with. After yet another season where they missed … Continue reading It’s Time for Chuck Fletcher to Be A F*cking Flyer

Reviewing Every Trade at the 2017 Expansion Draft

As the Seattle draft is finally within sight, the chatter around the NHL turns to protection lists and potential trades to save your favorite player from packing his bags and heading to the Emerald City. The best way to plan for the future is looking to the past and reviewing the 2017 expansion draft to … Continue reading Reviewing Every Trade at the 2017 Expansion Draft