Flyers Trade Deadline Expected Returns for Everyone on the Roster

The Philadelphia Flyers are on the verge of what could be a potential teardown which could lead to an interesting trade deadline as the team would look to cash out on upcoming free agents to restock the draft pick cupboard ahead of two very deep, important drafts. The Flyers have five notable unrestricted free agents … Continue reading Flyers Trade Deadline Expected Returns for Everyone on the Roster

Worst to First: Colorado Avalanche Jerseys

The Colorado Avalanche teams of the late 1990's and early 2000's were some of the most memorable teams of all time. The trio of Peter Forsberg, Joe Sakic and Patrick Roy dominating the NHL to legendary defenseman Ray Bourque lifting his first Stanley Cup in 2001, they defined many of fans' childhoods. Their jerseys are … Continue reading Worst to First: Colorado Avalanche Jerseys

The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Dec. 13 – Jan. 2)

Welcome back to The Flyers CHL Prospect Report!    This 6th edition covers the holiday period that was in the CHL from Monday December 13th – Monday January 2nd. WHL (Western Hockey League)  Connor McClennon #94 (RW) – Winnipeg Ice (WHL) SEASONGPGAPTS+/-SPIM2021-2022    33252348+3011139 On Tuesday night (Dec. 14), the Winnipeg Ice travelled to Saskatchewan as they … Continue reading The Flyers CHL Prospect Report (Dec. 13 – Jan. 2)

Top 5: Current Flyers with Better Family Members

Hockey is a family sport. The NHL has always been filled with siblings, and for some reason the current crop of players under contract with the Philadelphia Flyers organization tend to be the red-headed stepchild of the family. Across the sport of hockey they seem to have more talented family members who are clearly the … Continue reading Top 5: Current Flyers with Better Family Members

Ryan Ellis…Shea Weber 2.0

Ryan Ellis is not the first defense savior for the Flyers that did not materialize. Once upon a time, Shea Weber was a Flyer....for about five seconds. Ryan Ellis has made it longer than five seconds, but the disappointment tastes very familiar in the mouths of long time Flyers fans. With the Weber signing, we … Continue reading Ryan Ellis…Shea Weber 2.0

Philadelphia Flyers Winners and Losers of 2021

The calendar year of 2021 was one of the most chaotic and disappointing seasons in Flyers history. A collapse in March plagued them for the rest of the 2020-21 season and a fast start to 2021-22 was offset by a 10-game losing streak that ultimately cost Alain Vigneault his job. Even through all the turbulence … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Winners and Losers of 2021

Sandstrom’s Impressive Debut Not Enough to Keep the Sharks From Biting

The Flyers managed to steal a point in a back-to-back situation against the San Jose Sharks last night thanks to the terrific play of Felix Sandstrom in his NHL debut. Falling 3-2 in overtime after a goal from Tomas Hertl with 30 seconds left, the Flyers now have points in their last seven games and … Continue reading Sandstrom’s Impressive Debut Not Enough to Keep the Sharks From Biting

Top 5: Flyers Things That Didn’t Suck in 2021

The first and second half of 2021 told two very different stories for the Philadelphia Flyers. The first half of represented the lowest time in both our fandom and the team's history. Some of the worst, most lifeless hockey was played on the Wells Fargo Center ice. But the back half of the year and … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Things That Didn’t Suck in 2021