Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 7

After patiently waiting for eight weeks after the Flyers' season came to an end, the real offseason is about to begin! The entry draft is right around the corner and that means actual changes will soon take place. As fans pass the time, they've taken to CapFriendly's Armchair GM tool to craft their ideal offseason … Continue reading Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 7

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Buffalo Sabres

The Philadelphia Flyers and Buffalo Sabres may not be thought of as regular rivals these days, but there was a time when the battles were intense between the two, mainly throughout the 1990, when they clashed in the playoffs nine times. The rivalry culminated in two famous line brawls, once in 1996, and the more … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Buffalo Sabres

Flyers Best Trade Package for David Pastrnak

There are certain rival players throughout the history of the Philadelphia Flyers that just seem to have their number. They're affectionately known as "Flyers killers" and in the modern game there are few as dangerous as Boston Bruins' forward David Pastrnak. In the last two seasons alone he's recorded three hat tricks against the Flyers … Continue reading Flyers Best Trade Package for David Pastrnak

Flyers Best Trade Package for Alex DeBrincat

It's not every day one of the league's brightest young stars becomes available on the trade market, but that is exactly what seems to be brewing with Chicago Blackhawk's 24-year-old forward Alex DeBrincat. It's only been a matter of time before the Blackhawks waived the white flag on their Stanley Cup era, and that time … Continue reading Flyers Best Trade Package for Alex DeBrincat

Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Pittsburgh Penguins

The 1967 NHL expansion brought six new teams to the National Hockey League, The California Seals, Los Angeles Kings, Minnesota North Stars, St. Louis Blues, Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers, and The Battle of Pennsylvania was born. Being cross-state teams, The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins were natural rivals for one another and fraternizing with … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Trade History with the Pittsburgh Penguins

Realistically, How Much Cap Can The Flyers Clear?

If you're a longtime reader here at Brotherly Puck, you know we've talked a lot about making additions this summer, whether it be Johnny Gaudreau or Matthew Tkachuk, Mitch Marner, Alex DeBrincat, Evgeni Malkin, Matt Dumba or others. But what if they... don't? What if they just take a year to sit back and figure … Continue reading Realistically, How Much Cap Can The Flyers Clear?

A Way Too Early Look at 2023 NHL Free Agency

Every Flyers fan is eager for big change after yet another massively disappointing season, though the team stares into an empty abyss looking for answers during the 2022 offseason. The free agent market is about as deep as a kiddie pool, and so far the trade market has yet to seem overly enticing either. Rather … Continue reading A Way Too Early Look at 2023 NHL Free Agency

The Good, Bad and Ugly: Fan Proposed Trades for the Fifth Overall Pick

Flyers fans are getting antsy as the anticipation builds for the offseason to get under way. It's been an agonizingly slow couple weeks as the playoffs continue on as fans wait for answers from their favorite club. It has led some to take to CapFriendly's Armchair GM tool to craft their perfect offseason. Typically, we … Continue reading The Good, Bad and Ugly: Fan Proposed Trades for the Fifth Overall Pick