On Wednesday, July 1, Elliotte Friedman broke some details about the modified CBA pertaining to the salary cap, and it paints a dull outlook for the next few years. "Some stuff to look forward to in modified CBA: Flat salary cap (unless changed, numbers were $81.5M next two years, $82.5M in 2022-23); cap on escrow … Continue reading The Next Salary Cap Hell
When the 2019-20 season started, there was supposed to be a logjam at center. Nolan Patrick was supposed to come in and take the third line center role to continue to build on a solid finish to the previous season, and Morgan Frost was supposed to make the jump to the NHL after much fan … Continue reading Morgan Frost’s Future Depends on the Fate of Nolan Patrick
A Black Ace. A term used to describe NHL players added during the post-season roster expansion. Typically consisting of an organization's top AHL players, they can sometimes be the top prospects whose junior or collage career has come to an end. Typically speaking, rarely do any of these callups ever find their way into the … Continue reading The Black Aces, More Important Now Than Ever
The term "generational superstar" gets thrown around pretty loosely these days. Most of the players who are dropped in the category are usually really good, but not great. An exception to that rule is Buffalo Sabres forward Jack Eichel. It's been a rumor for quite some time that Eichel is unhappy in Buffalo. A post-season … Continue reading Jack Eichel to the Flyers? The Cost of Acquiring a Superstar
Shayne Gostisbehere was once a prized defense prospect that had the world at his finger tips. After exploding onto the scene in 2015, scoring 17 goals during his rookie season, the once gifted offensive dynamo has seen his career come to a screeching halt during the 2019-20 season. There have been rumors of a possible … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Trading Shayne Gostisbehere
We've all seen the photos and articles on the new upgrades to the Wells Fargo Center, but seeing everything in person is a whole different story.
What will the Flyers defense look like if Ivan Provorov holds out?
Samuel Morin will be gunning for a roster spot this season, and this is the reason why he deserves one
What do the Flyers have to do at avoid another slow start?
With August now officially upon us, the 2019-2020 season comes closer. With the opening of training camps in early September, many fans will be keeping a close eye on whether or not the massive RFA class will be reporting to camp on time or will continue to be in contract limbo as the season approaches. … Continue reading Projecting Provorov (Part 2): How Should the Provorov Contract be Handled?