Top 5: Biggest Questions Going Into the Offseason

The Philadelphia Flyers 2020-21 season will be one for the history books, unfortunately, not for good reasons. They wrapped up what may have been the worst season in their history with far more questions than answers and now GM Chuck Fletcher has his plate full as he looks for solutions to the issues plaguing his … Continue reading Top 5: Biggest Questions Going Into the Offseason

Top 5: Young Stars the Flyers Should Look To Add This Summer

The Philadelphia Flyers need a major shakeup this offseason to try and find the right mix of players to succeed. The best way to go about fixing the current team and building for the future at the same time would be adding similarly aged players to the players of their current core to expand the … Continue reading Top 5: Young Stars the Flyers Should Look To Add This Summer

Top 5: Landing Spots For Shayne Gostisbehere

The 2021 trade deadline is just days away and the big question on everyone's mind is "will Chuck Fletcher make moves?" He stated in his press conference a few weeks ago that he doesn't anticipate the Flyers to be sellers despite their record, but since then the Flyers have blown a few big games and … Continue reading Top 5: Landing Spots For Shayne Gostisbehere

Top 5: Crazy Trade Scenarios that Could Actually Happen

Well, it's that time of year again. The annual crazy trade scenarios returns! It's a way for the imagination to run wild and spice up the Flyers trade deadline with wild acquisitions that could still be within the realm of possibility. Over the past few weeks we've looked at realistic trades and value trades but … Continue reading Top 5: Crazy Trade Scenarios that Could Actually Happen

Top 5: Realistic Potential Flyers Trade Deadline Targets

It's trade deadline season and just like a kid on Christmas fans can't help but get excited with the endless possibilities of potential additions a team can make as they gear up for a playoff run. Unfortunately, with the salary cap still flat due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the looming expansion draft this … Continue reading Top 5: Realistic Potential Flyers Trade Deadline Targets

Top 5: Cost Effective Defensemen at the Trade Deadline

The NHL trade deadline and a flat salary cap go together like, well, whatever the opposite of peanut butter and jelly is. Thanks to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic the NHL salary cap has and will continue to be flat at $81.5 million, thus throwing most team's approach to the yearly trade deadline into limbo. For … Continue reading Top 5: Cost Effective Defensemen at the Trade Deadline

Top 5: Flyers Things that Didn’t Suck in 2020

2020 sucked. The 2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers season was a rollercoaster ride that nobody was prepared for. From a training camp in September where a fresh feeling of change enveloped the atmosphere for the first time in many years, to a devastating cancer diagnosis that sent the team into a tail spin both on and off … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Things that Didn’t Suck in 2020

Like Him or Not, Samuel Morin’s Story is One We Can All Admire

Imagine being 17 years old and a rising star in your draft year. Then being selected by one of the premiere teams in the NHL during the entry draft and immediately compared to one of the greatest defenseman of all-time because of your similar size and physicality in your game. The pressure on Samuel Morin's … Continue reading Like Him or Not, Samuel Morin’s Story is One We Can All Admire

Top 5: Best Trades By Organization- Philadelphia Flyers

Making trades is an everyday occurrence in the NHL. Most are run-of-the-mill deals that go under the radar and are forgotten to time. Others are more prolific. Sometimes an organization hits a home run and it defines a generation of hockey, so let's take a trip around the NHL and find the best trades by … Continue reading Top 5: Best Trades By Organization- Philadelphia Flyers

Top 5: Ron Hextall Mistakes

Ron Hextall once lived fondly in Philadelphia Flyers lore as the goaltender that fought and hit people with his stick. That all changed when he was named the eighth general manager in Flyers history on May 7, 2014. What happened over the next four-and-a-half years was a stalled "process," lots of drafting, and a mediocre … Continue reading Top 5: Ron Hextall Mistakes