The Flyers included a short video tribute to Willie O'Ree prior to their shoot out loss to the Islanders on 18JAN2022. Is hockey really for everyone?
It was recently brought to light that Ron Hextall made some very bad decisions as the Flyers General Manager. Do these bad choices truly tarnish his legacy as a goaltender? I understand cancel culture, and there are times when it is appropriate (yes,I am looking at you, Evander Kane...you and Burt's eyebrows) but I have … Continue reading Ron Hextall…Bad GM, Badass Goalie
Ryan Ellis is not the first defense savior for the Flyers that did not materialize. Once upon a time, Shea Weber was a Flyer....for about five seconds. Ryan Ellis has made it longer than five seconds, but the disappointment tastes very familiar in the mouths of long time Flyers fans. With the Weber signing, we … Continue reading Ryan Ellis…Shea Weber 2.0
Thanksgiving is upon us, and Flyers fans everywhere have much to be thankful for.
It is a Flyers Game Day, and I should be reading about my boys in Orange and Black on Social Media. Unfortunately, every form of Social Media has turned into the Ben Simmons show, and that show is seriously an embarassment. Stories of the 76ers superstar wanting a trade have swirled for months. He apparently … Continue reading If Ben Simmons was a Flyer
Jimmy Hayes died with Fentanyl and cocaine in his system. Does this change his legacy?
There's been a magic feeling in the air surrounding the Philadelphia Flyers after a huge offseason from Chuck Fletcher gave the team and fanbase alike a renewed feeling of hope after major summer shakeups. But why is there a such a good vibe around a team with vastly the same bones? It's the quality of … Continue reading Character vs Identity, and The Importance of Leadership
Philaldephia Flyers forward Travis Konecny has been a polarizing figure since he showed up on the scene in 2016. Earning the love and ire of fans for his middle school-esque approach to the game with his funny faces and use of the word "nerd." For the most part, he has always been able to back … Continue reading It’s a Make or Break Season for Travis Konecny
When the Flyers rose from the ashes of the abysmal 2006-07 season, new general manager Paul Holmgren quickly put together a team that ascended through the ranks of the NHL in just a few short years. The talented group of players was elevated from good to great when they acquired superstar defenseman Chris Pronger, who … Continue reading Is Ryan Ellis This Era’s Chris Pronger?
The sports world has been turned upside down due to the coronavirus pandemic and the Olympics are not immune to the mess. The Summer Games have been put on the back burner as they were supposed to take place in 2020, but were delayed until 2021 and possibly later. Now, the Winter Olympics are on … Continue reading Which Flyers Will Make the 2022 Olympics?