The Philadelphia Flyers have one of the most recognizable logos in professional sports. The "Winged P" has remained largely unchanged since the team's founding in 1967, one of the very few teams that can say they never altered their primary logo in their entire history. With an unchanged color scheme, and long periods of time … Continue reading Worst to First: Philadelphia Flyers Jerseys
We all know the powerhouses of international hockey: Canada, Russia, Sweden, Finland, the Czech Republic, and the United States. These nations have put together impressive squads with and without NHL players throughout their storied histories. But imagine for a moment the teams that are not hockey powerhouses. The ones that play without the bright spotlight … Continue reading The All-Time Heritage Series: Team Italy
In their 53 years of existence, over 600 players have suited up for Philadelphia Flyers. Some carved out their legacy as long standing members, contributing to some of the greatest moments in franchise history, other only played one game, and some flew so low under the radar they almost disappeared from memory altogether. Do you … Continue reading Top 5: Players You Forgot Were Philadelphia Flyers
The rapid spread of the coronavirus has put a halt to life as we know it. Countries have are on lockdown. All non-essential facilities have closed. The highly contagious illness has caused the cancellation or postponements of conferences, concerts, and sports leagues, with the NHL being just one of many leagues to immediately cease their … Continue reading 9 Game Review #8: 6 Game Edition (Thanks, Coronavirus)
Welcome back to the 19th bi-weekly installment of the Flyers Junior Hockey Prospect Report. What a fun time to be a fan of the Philadelphia Flyers. The Orange and Black have won 9 games in a row and have vaulted themselves firmly into home ice advantage as the Stanley Cup Playoffs loom just about a … Continue reading The Flyers Junior Hockey Prospect Report (Feb. 25 – Mar. 9)
In ancient Greece, the Phoenix is a bird that obtains new life by rising from the ashes of its predecessor. At the end of the day, the bird itself is nothing but a myth, but the symbolism of renewal lives on as a metaphor forever. After the Philadelphia Flyers hit rock bottom during the dying … Continue reading Alain Vigneault for Jack Adams?
Welcome back to the 18th bi-weekly installment of the Flyers Junior Hockey Prospect Report. After a huge last two weeks that saw the Flyers jump into 3rd place in the Metropolitan Division, the playoff picture is starting to look a little bit more secure for the Orange and Black. Two victories over both the Florida … Continue reading The Flyers Junior Hockey Prospect Report (Feb. 12 – Feb. 24)