We saw Joel Farabee shed his rookie number, 49, and come into his own when he chose 86. Morgan Frost still wears 48, Cam York just chose 44 in the minors, and other young players starting to find their way in the league will be changing their numbers when the secure a full-time roster spot. … Continue reading What Number Will These Players Wear?!?
Watching the Flyers play since they returned from the Covid pause forced by a team outbreak has been torture. I love this team fiercely and have for as long as I can remember, but this has been god awful, torture second only to sleep deprivation. As I suffered through both last night I was roughing … Continue reading Is it over yet?
Bright spots for the Philadelphia Flyers during the 2021 season have been few and far between, yet defenseman-turned-forward-turned-defenseman Samuel Morin is responsible for quite a few of said bright spots. From overcoming two torn ACL's to becoming an NHL regular to scoring his first NHL goal, he has accrued his share of fairy tale moments … Continue reading Please Re-Sign Samuel Morin
It's been a rough season for the Philadelphia Flyers. The hype and potential quickly turned to disappointment and dismay. It has left the fanbase pointing fingers and the front office searching for answers. As much as we'd all like to pull an NHL21 and trade the entire team this offseason, that just isn't a realistic … Continue reading What to Really Expect From the Flyers This Summer
In 1982 The Clash penned their iconic Should I Stay or Should I Go and 39 years later The Philadelphia Flyers are getting ready to perform their version in the form of upcoming free agents. The Flyers are in for potentially a very busy offseason, but before they look outside the organization for change, they … Continue reading Flyers Upcoming Free Agent Contract Predictions
From Columbus, Ohio to Ottawa, Ontario the Senators actually get to host the draft they were told they would, and if they were upset about not hosting the draft of Sidney Crosby, well they would host the draft of defensemen. This draft was highlighted by 1st pick Steven Stamkos, but the draft produced some amazing … Continue reading Flyers Redraft: 2008
A year after we asked this question for the first time, we can't help but wonder if it's worth asking a second time- Are the Flyers going to re-sign Brian Elliott again? Elliott was re-signed last year as a cheap veteran backup option as he was good friends with Carter Hart. Yet, I don't think … Continue reading Is Brian Elliott Coming Back… Again?
Now that the dust from the NHL trade deadline has settled the Philadelphia Flyers have a better idea of what their roster will look like this summer. With Scott Laughton re-signed and Michael Raffl and Erik Gustafsson shipped out of town, their plan for Seattle is starting to take shape. Yet on the heels of … Continue reading Protection Plan: 7-3-1 vs 8-1
Imagine being outside on a warm summer afternoon. The sun is out and it's a nice day, but off in the distance the dark clouds crack the horizon. You know there is a storm coming but you're enjoying the nice weather while you still can. The Philadelphia Flyers are in a very similar situation with … Continue reading Predicting Sean Couturier’s Next Contract
Let me preface this short piece by saying this: The Philadelphia Flyers are a hot mess. The 2020-2021 season has been less than ideal, and I cannot say I am confident in our current roster. I do not understand how a team that was so dominant last year (other than in the playoffs) can produce … Continue reading Thoughts On The Current Season