Do the Flyers Spend Big on a Backup Goaltender?

The Flyers have had a whirlwind of an offseason. With a new-look defense and a forward group with a facelift, there's only one position left for general manager Chuck Fletcher to address and that's the goaltending. A few weeks back, we looked at cheap, more likely options at backup goaltender, but what if Fletcher goes … Continue reading Do the Flyers Spend Big on a Backup Goaltender?

Pros and Cons of Acquiring Vladimir Tarasenko

Well, it looks like they may be doing this. A few weeks back, when the rumors first broke, we looked at the possibility for acquiring Blues sniper Vladimir Tarasenko. In the weeks since it appears that a potential deal with Seattle working as the middle man is growing more and more likely. Even in 2021, … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Acquiring Vladimir Tarasenko

One Player From Every Team the Flyers Could Look to Add This Summer

The Philadelphia Flyers, led by general manager Chuck Fletcher, should be preparing to toss their nets far and wide this offseason as the clock to building a competitive hockey team continues to tick. There should be no rock left unturned across the league when it comes to looking for improvements, so why not help Chucky … Continue reading One Player From Every Team the Flyers Could Look to Add This Summer

The Pros and Cons of Trading Travis Konecny

There are very few things that throw Philadelphia Flyers' social media into disarray like the idea of trading 24-year-old Travis Konecny. Though as the Flyers stand on the precipice of being serious contenders, Chuck Fletcher will have to make some hard decisions when it comes to improving his roster, and trading current roster players for … Continue reading The Pros and Cons of Trading Travis Konecny

Ten Years Later: The Richards and Carter Trades

June 23, 2011, A day that changed the landscape of the Philadelphia Flyers forever. Paul Holmgren shocked everyone when he first traded Mike Richards to the L.A. Kings, then Jeff Carter to the Columbus Blue Jackets, and followed that up by announcing he had signed goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov to a nine-year, $51 million contract. It … Continue reading Ten Years Later: The Richards and Carter Trades

Top 5: Crazy Trade Scenarios That Could Actually Happen

Chuck Fletcher and the Philadelphia Flyers are sitting on a powder keg as the NHL offseason quickly approaches. They are primed to make a substantial shakeup to their roster and, with all the rumors popping up across the league, there will be no shortage of trade partners and opportunities to overturn the current stale roster … Continue reading Top 5: Crazy Trade Scenarios That Could Actually Happen

The Trade, The Extension, and The Impact of Seth Jones to The Flyers

After weeks of theorizing his fate, Seth Jones finally came forward and made a statement that he has no intention on re-signing in Columbus when his contract expires at the end of next season. Now the clock starts ticking and the Blue Jackets will more than likely start fielding offers for his services as soon … Continue reading The Trade, The Extension, and The Impact of Seth Jones to The Flyers

Giroux to Ottawa From a Flyers Perspective

As the 2021 offseason is on the horizon, Flyers fans are at a boiling point. As the angry mob forms outside the Wells Fargo Center, even the most vocal fans that are demanding change typically put an asterisk next to their demands that says "TRADE EVERYONE... *except Claude Giroux." Well for the first time, the … Continue reading Giroux to Ottawa From a Flyers Perspective

Predicting the Flyers’ 2021-22 Opening Night Lineup

We're a few months away from the start of the Philadelphia Flyers' 55th season, but it's never too early to guess who we might see on the roster come October. As realistically as possible, I predicted what the Philadelphia Flyers 2021-22 opening night roster might look like with potential additions that might be made. Forwards … Continue reading Predicting the Flyers’ 2021-22 Opening Night Lineup

Analyzing the 7 Most Likely Options For Backup Goaltenders

Going into the 2021 season, the one position that held the least amount of question marks for the Flyers was the goaltending. Carter Hart had posted phenomenal numbers during the playoffs and Brian Elliott, who has been an acceptable backup, returned for his fourth season in Philadelphia. The expected strength in net quickly turned to … Continue reading Analyzing the 7 Most Likely Options For Backup Goaltenders