In ancient Greece, the Phoenix is a bird that obtains new life by rising from the ashes of its predecessor. At the end of the day, the bird itself is nothing but a myth, but the symbolism of renewal lives on as a metaphor forever. After the Philadelphia Flyers hit rock bottom during the dying … Continue reading Alain Vigneault for Jack Adams?
Dissecting the Flyers goaltending heading into the 2020-21 season
It's that time of year again. The NHL trade deadline is on the horizon and, with the Flyers hovering on the playoff bubble, it's time to Fly or Die... or Now or Never... or whatever the whacky slogan is this week. Just like last season, We're in the market for a huge trade. Some groundbreaking, … Continue reading Top 5: Crazy Trade Scenarios That Could Actually Happen
If you ask 100 members of Flyers twitter what they think of Dan the Flyera Fan, chances are you'll get a split answer. "Hero to some, villain to others" as the famous quote from Hellraiser states. The gimmick of Dan the Flyera fan was supposed to be me, Daniel Esche, turned up to about eleven. … Continue reading The Rise and Fall and Rise of Dan the Flyera Fan
Chris Stewart Signs On Tuesday morning, the Flyers signed veteran forward Chris Stewart to a one-year worth $750,000. Stewart has been on a professional tryout with the Flyers since the start of training camp. Naturally, this has shaken the Flyers fan base to it's core. However, with Stewart likely sitting as the 13 forward, he … Continue reading Brotherly Puck Weekly Issue 18
The 2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers season is going to be a proving ground for many players. There are quite a few "what if" players that are looking to bounce back or make a positive first impression with their new club. So which Flyers have the most to prove in the 2019-2020 season? Number 5- Samuel Morin … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Who Have the Most to Prove in 2019-20
The Lehigh Valley Phantoms season is underway and they have all kinds of eyes on them given the level of talent on the roster. They have the "Legion of Soon" Morgan Frost, Joel Farabee, and Isaac Ratcliffe, plus defenseman Phil Myers. Through the team's first three games they are 1-1-1. So who sticks out in … Continue reading The Good and Bad of the Phantoms (so Far)