Pros and Cons of Signing Evgeni Malkin

If you mentioned a decade ago after the heated 2012 Philadelphia Flyers - Pittsburgh Penguins playoff series that Penguins' center Evgeni Malkin would hit free agency in 2022 and the Philadelphia Flyers would be potential suitors, it would seem quite literally unbelievable. Yet today, that could very well be the case. Penguins GM Ron Hextall … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Signing Evgeni Malkin

Top 5: Bold Predictions for the 2022 Offseason

The 2022 offseason for the Philadelphia Flyers represents a fork in the road. After multiple ugly seasons, the choice to rebuild or retool is staring them in the face. If they lean into making the team better, there's no reason for them not to be bold and make some major changes. Whether it's trades, free … Continue reading Top 5: Bold Predictions for the 2022 Offseason

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Columbus Blue Jackets

Despite their geographic proximity, the Philadelphia Flyers and Columbus Blue Jackets weren't even in the same conference for most of their time in the league. It wasn't until 2013, over a decade after the Blue Jackets entered, when the NHL realigned the divisions to accommodate the Winnipeg Jets' relocation from Atlanta when the Blue Jackets … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Columbus Blue Jackets

Flyers 2022-23 Goaltending Carousel

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

What a Mitch Marner Trade to the Flyers Looks Like

The Toronto Maple Leafs and first round playoff exits go together like peanut butter and jelly. One of the biggest hockey markets, who hasn't seen the second round of the playoffs since 2004, suffered yet another loss in game seven, the fifth straight year the Leafs got booted in a win-or-go-home playoff game. This was … Continue reading What a Mitch Marner Trade to the Flyers Looks Like

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the New York Rangers

Broad Street versus Broadway, one of the most legendary rivalries in the history of the sport. They were always considered two of the top teams to beat, so when they lined up against each other, there was no love lost between the two clubs. Through regular playoff meetings through much of the 1980's, to the … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the New York Rangers

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 Flyers Roster, but Everyone’s Under 25

Prospects have been a fan favorite talking point for Flyers fans for almost a decade now. When Ron Hextall, now famous snake oil salesman, showed up and convinced the fans to believe in his "process" prospect became the talk of the town. Though with the benefit of hindsight, most were tragically underwhelming. Now that current … Continue reading The Flyers Roster, but Everyone’s Under 25

Flyers Historically Bad Special Teams in 2021-22

The Philadelphia Flyers and struggling on special teams go together like peanut butter and jelly. It's been years since the Flyers were a nightly threat on the powerplay or boasted a lights out penalty kill, but things fell to historic lows during the 2021-22 season when multiple coaches and a rotating cast of players failed … Continue reading Flyers Historically Bad Special Teams in 2021-22