The Shea Weber Offer Sheet 10 Years Later

On July 19, 2012 the Philadelphia Flyers sent the richest offer sheet in NHL history to the Nashville Predators 26-year-old defenseman Shea Weber. Clocking in at $110 million over the course of 14 years, it smashed the previous record offer sheet signed by Thomas Vanek for seven years at $50 million in 2007. The Predators … Continue reading The Shea Weber Offer Sheet 10 Years Later

The Blank Check That Bounced

To say that Flyers fans are disappointed and downright pissed with the "Aggressive Retool" maneuvered by GM Chuck Fletcher early into this offseason... would be an understatement. Let's throw it back to January where the Flyers season had already been over for two months. Aiming to combat worries from fans near and far, a press … Continue reading The Blank Check That Bounced

Top 5: Hottest Flyers Takes For the Week of Free Agency

It's finally here! The week of NHL free agency, the most entertaining time of the season, is upon us! As Chuck Fletcher and the rest of the suits enter the war room with a blank check and calculator in tow, fans patiently wait to see what moves, if any, the organization makes. After a relatively … Continue reading Top 5: Hottest Flyers Takes For the Week of Free Agency

Top 5: Flyers Free Agent Signing Predictions

The week of NHL free agency is finally here and all eyes will be on the Philadelphia Flyers and their attempt to save the franchise. Though in a relatively weak summer for free agents and even more shallow in the Flyers' positions of need like center and right-handed defenseman, it leaves their options real slim … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Free Agent Signing Predictions

Filip Forsberg or Johnny Gaudreau? Why Not Both?

For better or worse, the Philadelphia Flyers are steadfast in the belief that the best way to move forward is staying competitive. That means the Flyers won't be looking to dismantle the roster this summer, they'll be swinging for the fences in the buyers market. So it has opened the theories to which potential free … Continue reading Filip Forsberg or Johnny Gaudreau? Why Not Both?

Worst to First: Last 10 Flyers First Round Picks

The Philadelphia Flyers have spent a bulk of the last decade trying and failing to build through the draft. The biggest failures typically emerging as swings and misses during the first round, where the stars are typically drafted. Ron Hextall's "safe" approach to drafting produced no star power and very little worthwhile talent at all. … Continue reading Worst to First: Last 10 Flyers First Round Picks