Fixing the Flyers’ Log Jam at Right Wing

The organizational depth of the Philadelphia Flyers is kind of hit and miss. The have practically no homegrown centers or right-handed defensemen to speak of, but one position they've done very well filling is right wing. The team has drafted quite a few players that are all pushing for NHL ice time at the same … Continue reading Fixing the Flyers’ Log Jam at Right Wing

Top 5: Flyers Alumni We Want to See in NHL 23

We're less than a month away from the release of NHL 23 and one feature to look forward to every year are the alumni teams. It's where all our favorite players from out childhood get reintroduced into the game and can play alongside the modern day roster. Though the alumni rosters aren't perfect, often leaving … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Alumni We Want to See in NHL 23

Top 5: More Things the Flyers Could Do Wrong

"It can't possibly get worse, right?" A phrase utter by Flyers fans over the last few years right before things continue to get worse. Every time it feels like rock bottom as been reached, it turns out the bottomless pit is opening deeper and deeper. Some moves are bad luck, others are painfully obvious blunders … Continue reading Top 5: More Things the Flyers Could Do Wrong

Top 5: Important Questions the Flyers Need to Answer in 2022-23

"Make or break" is a term that has been beat to death for the Flyers over the last handful of seasons, but this year things feel like they're reaching a crescendo. With new head coach John Tortorella at the helm to help sort this mess of a team out, there will be plenty of questions … Continue reading Top 5: Important Questions the Flyers Need to Answer in 2022-23

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

A Bounce Back Season from Ivan Provorov is Crucial

The Philadelphia Flyers are expecting their defense to be the backbone of the team during the 2022-23 season, and nobody is more important to the success of the blueline than 25-year-old Ivan Provorov. The peaks and valleys of Provorov's career have always been felt hard by the Flyers, positive or negative. When he's at the … Continue reading A Bounce Back Season from Ivan Provorov is Crucial

Understanding The Flyers’ Plan for the 2022-23 Season

After an offseason where the Flyers felt completely lost without any semblance of a direction, more and more quotes are emerging from the players and coaches ahead of training camp, and it finally appears there's a foundation of an actual plan the Flyers are poised to follow during the 2022-23 season. Even though they didn't … Continue reading Understanding The Flyers’ Plan for the 2022-23 Season

The Philadelphia Flyers’ Next Top Line

The Flyers have a history of establishing historic trios, three separate forces uniting to form legendary lines that fans still fondly remember years later. Whether it be the L-C-B Line in the 1970's, the Crazy Eights Line in the early 1990's, the Deuce's Wild Line in the mid-00's, and most famously the Legion of Doom … Continue reading The Philadelphia Flyers’ Next Top Line

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Toronto Maple Leafs

When you think top passionate hockey cities in the NHL, two that will always rise to the top are Toronto and Philadelphia. The on-ice rivalry between the two has gone through hot and cold periods during their history, with the last spike coming in the 2004 postseason when the Flyers eliminated the Maple Leafs in … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Toronto Maple Leafs