As we sit here still in shock and disappointment after a real ugly offseason from the Philadelphia Flyers, the few remaining optimists out there continue to say the same thing- "just wait until 2023, things get better!" SPOILER ALERT Things do not get better. The 2023 free agency class is shaping up to be a … Continue reading 2023 Flyers Cap Outlook- It Doesn’t Get Better
Contrary to popular belief, the Philadelphia Flyers actually have quite a few players in the system worth getting excited about. Though not all of the players are quite ready for their jump to the NHL just yet. Between a main roster still crowded with washed up veterans and a few players still preparing their jump … Continue reading Which Young Players Start in Philadelphia vs Lehigh Valley?
On July 19, 2012 the Philadelphia Flyers sent the richest offer sheet in NHL history to the Nashville Predators 26-year-old defenseman Shea Weber. Clocking in at $110 million over the course of 14 years, it smashed the previous record offer sheet signed by Thomas Vanek for seven years at $50 million in 2007. The Predators … Continue reading The Shea Weber Offer Sheet 10 Years Later
It’s not every day I, of all people, am left speechless.
In a summer when so many big name wingers are potentially available either via trade or free agency, get ready to add another name to the growing list, 28-year-old Nashville Predator Filip Forsberg could be on the move this summer as he prepares to make it to free agency for the first time in his … Continue reading Flyers Should Sign Filip Forsberg
Just four years after the New York Rangers management sent a letter to the fans and season ticket holders to inform them that the organization would be undergoing a rebuild, the team made a run all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2022, ultimately losing to the Tampa Bay Lightning in six games. … Continue reading Looking at the Rangers’ Rebuild
The Philadelphia Flyers are atrocious from top to bottom and everyone is fed up. Rather than performing surgery on the roster and front office to try and salvage the once mighty organization, why not just get rid of them instead! Relocation is something that happens from time to time in the NHL. Much less in … Continue reading Relocate the Flyers and Give Philadelphia a New Expansion Team
We're currently living through a very rare time in Philadelphia Flyers' history. No, not the team being historically bad with absolutely no direction. Instead, we're talking about a good problem to have- an abundance of goaltending talent! Over the course of the last decade or so, the Flyers have done a very good job in … Continue reading Flyers 2022-23 Goaltending Carousel
When Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher took the stand for his end-of-season press conference, he touched on various topics. Mike Yeo will not return as coach, Samuel Morin's retirement, and giving us a sneak peak about what kind of offseason to expect this summer. When asked about the direction he would be taking, Fletcher … Continue reading Fletcher’s “A Little Bit of Both” Approach is Actually the Right Answer
The Flyers have burned through five coaches since 2015, finding very little success or consistency under any of them. Now that Mike Yeo's time as interim coach may be coming to an end, the Flyers will once again have to take a look around the league and find themselves a new coach. So far, there … Continue reading The Next Head Coach of the Philadelphia Flyers