There have been plenty of reasons to be mad and complain about the Flyers, and their jerseys are a somewhat reasonable one to complain about. The Flyers have been wearing their current home and away jerseys have been the primary uniforms since the 2010-11 season. The orange jersey has been in the rotation since being … Continue reading Could a Jersey Revamp Be in the Future For the Flyers?
What. The. F***!
The 2023 NHL trade deadline has passed. How did it go? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA. There was some anticipation of players like James van Riemsdyk, Kevin Hayes, Ivan Provorov, Nick Seeler, Travis Sanheim, and Tony Deangelo to be some of the players traded. It was very unlikely that all would be traded, but the big name was JVR. … Continue reading What. The. F***!
What Is Up With Travis Konecny?
Travis Konecny is having a career year with a new high in goals, 27, and is on an 85-point pace. Though through his breakout campaign, his feistiness has been a problem this year. He's been called Brad Marchand lite due to his pesky ways on the ice with some scoring touch. This year, Konecny has … Continue reading What Is Up With Travis Konecny?
What Should the Flyers do at the Trade Deadline?
We are less than a month away from the NHL trade deadline, March 3, and the Flyers are in an interesting spot. They're not in the league basement, to the chagrin of a portion of the fanbase, but they aren't in a playoff spot either. The Flyers need to figure out what they're doing at … Continue reading What Should the Flyers do at the Trade Deadline?
What a Perfect 2023 Would Look Like for the Flyers
2022 was a year to forget for the Flyers and their fans. They finished 29th in the league during the 2021-22 season and would move down to fifth overall after the New Jersey Devils, again, won a draft lottery and picked above the Flyers and nixed their chances at Shane Wright falling to them. The … Continue reading What a Perfect 2023 Would Look Like for the Flyers
The Uncertain Future of Sean Couturier
Just about a year ago, Sean Couturier was one season removed from being the reigning Selke winner and was looking like a core member of the Flyers of the future and the 1C for several years to come. That seemed to be more like a sure lock when Chuck Fletcher gave Coots an extension before … Continue reading The Uncertain Future of Sean Couturier
The History of Hockey in the City of Brotherly Love
Over the past 50-plus years, the Flyers have been the main hockey team in Philadelphia, with decades of accolades helping Philly bleed orange and black. But the Flyers aren't the only professional hockey team in Philadelphia's history, they weren't even the first NHL team in the city limits. Let's take a look back at the … Continue reading The History of Hockey in the City of Brotherly Love
Flyers Redraft: 2017
From Buffalo, New York to Chicago, Illinois the Flyers were finally given some good fortune in the draft when they jumped up 11 spots from 13 to 2 in the draft lottery. They would pick between New Jersey, who selected Nico Hischier 1st overall, and Dallas, selecting Miro Heiskanen 3rd overall. First Pick: Round 1 … Continue reading Flyers Redraft: 2017
Serge Bernier: The First Flyers Draft Pick
Some of the draft picks throughout Philadelphia Flyers' history that are most memorable, for good or bad, are Bobby Clarke being picked 17th overall in the second round, Peter Forsberg selected sixth overall, Mel Bridgman, who is the only first overall pick selected by the Flyers, and James van Riemsdyk and Nolan Patrick, being the … Continue reading Serge Bernier: The First Flyers Draft Pick
The World Cup of Hockey Will Be Back in 2024
It's been about six years since the last time the World Cup of Hockey was played. It was quite an exciting preseason tournament. Like most international tournaments that the NHL allows its players to attend, the tournament was a hit with fans. One of the biggest draws of the 2016 World Cup of Hockey was … Continue reading The World Cup of Hockey Will Be Back in 2024