Pros and Cons of Firing Chuck Fletcher

The 2022-23 Philadelphia Flyers season continues to go further and further off the rails and it has left an exhausted fanbase pointing fingers looking for answers. General manager Chuck Fletcher seems to be the next man up in the sights and he may have to atone for his time at the helm of the Flyers. … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Firing Chuck Fletcher

Analyzing Chuck Fletcher’s Contracts with the Flyers

Chuck Fletcher has had his plate full during his now over three-year tenure as general manager of the Philadelphia Flyers. When it comes to contract extensions, he was the man responsible for extending the Hextall-era players, as well as putting his own personal touches on the team. Last week, we analyzed Chuck Fletcher's time as … Continue reading Analyzing Chuck Fletcher’s Contracts with the Flyers

Giroux Selected as the Flyers’ 2022 NHL All-Star

For over a decade, Claude Giroux has been a reliable playmaker and competitor for the Philadelphia Flyers. Not only has he been skating against the best the NHL has to offer night in and night out, at age 34 he now has Father Time peering over his shoulder. Giroux hasn't flinched when it comes to … Continue reading Giroux Selected as the Flyers’ 2022 NHL All-Star

Ron Hextall…Bad GM, Badass Goalie

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

How the Mighty Fall: Ron Hextall’s Path from Hero to Zero

If you were to ask a fan of the Philadelphia Flyers who the best players in franchise history are, the list would likely include Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent, Eric Lindros, and one other name: Ron Hextall. An undeniably legendary goaltender for the Orange and Black, Hextall stayed in the hockey business after retiring. He was … Continue reading How the Mighty Fall: Ron Hextall’s Path from Hero to Zero

Worst to First: Minnesota Wild Jerseys

The Minnesota Wild always felt like a team in limbo when it comes to their style of jerseys. They undoubtedly have one of the coolest logos in the league, but the dull color scheme of dark green, red and white has always seemed to handcuff the potential of the jersey. Not to mention they've been … Continue reading Worst to First: Minnesota Wild Jerseys

Analyzing Chuck Fletcher’s Time as Flyers GM

The three year anniversary of Chuck Fletcher's hiring in Philadelphia took place during a very tumultuous time in the organization's history. Things have gone from bad to worse and his hail Mary summer didn't produce the desired results. It has left the organization scrambling for answers as to what their next steps are, but is … Continue reading Analyzing Chuck Fletcher’s Time as Flyers GM

Flyers Trade Deadline Expected Returns for Everyone on the Roster

The Philadelphia Flyers are on the verge of what could be a potential teardown which could lead to an interesting trade deadline as the team would look to cash out on upcoming free agents to restock the draft pick cupboard ahead of two very deep, important drafts. The Flyers have five notable unrestricted free agents … Continue reading Flyers Trade Deadline Expected Returns for Everyone on the Roster