Bad Time In Brooklyn

The Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the New York Islanders at Nassau Coliseum this Sunday to conclude their back-to-back games this weekend. The Islanders were looking for their seventh win against the Flyers as they were coming in off a six-game win streak. Things did not seem to go the Flyers way tonight. The Flyers … Continue reading Bad Time In Brooklyn

The Canadian Campaign pt. 3

The Philadelphia Flyers (2-2-1) wrapped up their western Canada road trip in Edmonton to take on the Edmonton Oilers. The Flyers outshot their opponent 52-22, scoring on only three of those attempts. Some standout players were Jakub Voracek and Oskar Lindblom, with either goals or assists from each. The Edmonton Oilers offered six power play … Continue reading The Canadian Campaign pt. 3

Losing streak reaches 8 as Flyers fall in Washington

On the back end of two games in a row, the Flyers looked better from last nights performance, but it was not enough as they fall 5-3 to the Capitals. The start was slow, but after the first Caps goal the Flyers took control of the first period and they actually scored. In the second … Continue reading Losing streak reaches 8 as Flyers fall in Washington

No effort shown in the Flyers 3-0 loss to the Blues

There are nights where a team just does not have it, and then there are the Flyers who constantly just do not have it night in and night out. Tonight the Flyers get shutout by Jordan Binnington in his first career NHL start. The offensive effort was abysmal, lack of chances and opportunities while St. … Continue reading No effort shown in the Flyers 3-0 loss to the Blues