Flyers Historically Bad Special Teams in 2021-22

The Philadelphia Flyers and struggling on special teams go together like peanut butter and jelly. It's been years since the Flyers were a nightly threat on the powerplay or boasted a lights out penalty kill, but things fell to historic lows during the 2021-22 season when multiple coaches and a rotating cast of players failed … Continue reading Flyers Historically Bad Special Teams in 2021-22

Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 5

Ah, the offseason. The Philadelphia Flyers are now the embodiment of the Spongebob meme when Squidward is in cold dark house all sad watching Spongebob and Patrick, in this case representing the teams in the NHL playoffs, frolicking outside. As we patiently wait for the draft and free agency to come around, fans are keeping … Continue reading Deal or No Deal- Would You Make This Trade? Vol. 5

Report: Mikyla Grant-Mentis Signs with Beauts

As the Premier Hockey Federation offseason gets underway, players are starting to sign deals for the 2022-23 season. With the salary cap now at $750,000, some teams are using the funds to their advantage. Enter the Buffalo Beauts, who, according to Chris Johnston, reportedly signed former 2020 MVP Mikyla Grant-Mentis to a one year, $100,000 … Continue reading Report: Mikyla Grant-Mentis Signs with Beauts

Fletcher’s “A Little Bit of Both” Approach is Actually the Right Answer

When Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher took the stand for his end-of-season press conference, he touched on various topics. Mike Yeo will not return as coach, Samuel Morin's retirement, and giving us a sneak peak about what kind of offseason to expect this summer. When asked about the direction he would be taking, Fletcher … Continue reading Fletcher’s “A Little Bit of Both” Approach is Actually the Right Answer

Philadelphia Flyers Need to Offer Sheet Matthew Tkachuk

The Calgary Flames have a sticky situation brewing when it comes to their 2022 offseason. Three key forwards on their roster, Matthew Tkachuk, Johnny Gaudreau and Andrew Mangiapane all need new contracts after monster seasons. Matthew Tkachuk is the crown jewel of the three. At 24 years old, he's recorded 40 goals and 100 points … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Need to Offer Sheet Matthew Tkachuk

The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Apr. 1 – Apr. 17)

Welcome back to regular season finale of The Flyers CHL Prospect Report!    This 12th edition covers the period that was in the CHL from Friday April 1st – Sunday April 17th. WHL (Western Hockey League)  Connor McClennon #94 (RW) – Winnipeg Ice (WHL) SEASONGPGAPTS+/-SPIM2021-2022    62433881+4221459 Friday night (Apr. 1) the Winnipeg Ice travelled to Regina … Continue reading The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Apr. 1 – Apr. 17)

Pros and Cons of Trading Travis Konecny

Philadelphia Flyers forward Travis Konecny has been a polarizing figure since he showed up on the scene in 2016, simultaneously earning the love and ire of fans for his middle school-esque approach to the game with his funny faces and use of the word "nerd." There are very few things that throw Flyers' social media … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Trading Travis Konecny

Pros and Cons of Trading Ivan Provorov

Of all the problems the Philadelphia Flyers dealt with during the 2021-22 season, one of the more alarming developments is the play of 25-year-old defenseman Ivan Provorov. His play has spiraled out of control to borderline abysmal levels. Some end of season quotes that rubbed portions of the fanbase the wrong way reignited some of … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Trading Ivan Provorov