Top 5 Goalie Fights in NHL history
This offseason will *hopefully* see Chuck Fletcher, brand spankin' new head coach Alain Vigneault, and whatever supporting caste of assistant coaches make a number of changes to improve this Flyers team. Some answers can be found via unrestricted free agency. Some can be found in restricted free agency via offer sheets, which may or may … Continue reading The Untouchable, the Tradable, and the “What Do You Even Do Here?” of the Flyers
The Philadelphia Flyers will once again not compete for the Stanley Cup, and since 2012 they have missed the playoffs 4 times (2013, 2015, 2017, and 2019) and have made it 4 times (2012, 2014, 2016, and 2018). It just seems that there is no hype around this team anymore from the fanbase, and there … Continue reading Why the Flyers are not Philly’s #1 Team
The 2018-2019 season for the Philadelphia Flyers has been a wild one to say the least. There have been many lows during this year, and for the fourth time in seven seasons, the team will not qualify for playoffs. One of the team’s major issues is the lack of defense. The stars that were incredible … Continue reading Professional Hockey Player: Radko Gudas
Breaking down what went wrong for the 2018-19 Philadelphia Flyers
I believe there is a long and short answer to this question. THE SHORT ANSWER:What, are you dense? Of course not. THE LONG ANSWER:Okay, let's approach this a bit more carefully. After last season it seemed pretty clear that Ghost was evolving into one of the league's elite offensive defensemen. It's remarkable for a defenseman … Continue reading Should the Flyers Move On from Shayne Gostisbehere?
Two years ago, Carter Hart and Team Canada lost a gold medal game in the World Juniors Competition. Wednesday night Hart won his first NHL shoot out. He’s come a long way from juniors just over this year. Playing professional hockey hasn’t hindered him, rather excelled and amplified his skills. When Hart was in juniors, … Continue reading The Flyers Have a Strong Hart
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What should the Flyers do with their draft picks this off season?
Ryan Hartman is returning to the team that drafted him on Thursday. Hartman was drafted 30th overall to the Chicago Blackhawks in 2013. During his three-year stint as a Hawk, Hartman won a Stanley Cup with them in 2015. Hartman has always been someone who can utilize his play making ability while also being a … Continue reading Is Ryan Hartman Just a Bottom 6 Winger?