Top 5: Flyers Duos That Never Happened

Hockey is a team sport. Some of the greatest teams ever formed were thanks to a duo that unlocked inconceivable magic and made NHL history. Yet, sometimes those stars never get a chance to align. For the Flyers, there have been many opportunities in free agency or via trade to make a legendary duo form, … Continue reading Top 5: Flyers Duos That Never Happened

Breaking Down the Metropolitan Division

The 2021-22 NHL season will see the return of the normal divisions across the league and the eight-team Metropolitan division will be fascinating to keep an eye on. Every team brings a fair amount of questions to the table yet there can be a case made for almost everyone that they could flirt with playoff … Continue reading Breaking Down the Metropolitan Division

Full Stat-by-Stat and Team Award Predictions

The Philadelphia Flyers 2021-22 season is almost upon us and the anticipation level has risen immensely. After a busy summer by Chuck Fletcher and plenty of positive questions surrounding the roster, the puck will soon drop on the most important season in recent Flyers' history. Who will walk away with a successful season and top … Continue reading Full Stat-by-Stat and Team Award Predictions

Flyers Add Forward Depth with Derick Brassard Signing

On Wednesday, August 25, the Flyers dropped somewhat of a bombshell when they announced they signed veteran center Derick Brassard to a 1 year, 825k deal. Since day 1 of the NHL free agency, there was a lot of discourse about the 3rd line center spot. Now Derick Brassard will seemingly fill that role. Brassard … Continue reading Flyers Add Forward Depth with Derick Brassard Signing

A Way Too Early Look at the 2022 NHL Free Agent Class

For the first time in a decade, Chuck Fletcher and the Philadelphia Flyers reminded us all what an active offseason looks like. They barely made it through 24 hours without making another blockbuster deal. The energy level and anticipation surrounding the moves brought a level of fun back to the organization that hasn't been seen … Continue reading A Way Too Early Look at the 2022 NHL Free Agent Class

Pros and Cons of Re-Signing Sean Couturier

All eyes are on Philadelphia Flyers forward Sean Couturier as he enters the last year of his current contract. The soon-to-be 29-year-old signed his current six-year, $26 million ($4.33 aav) deal back in 2015 and has since racked up quite the list of accolades. He locked down the Flyers' top line center role in 2017, … Continue reading Pros and Cons of Re-Signing Sean Couturier

Flyers’ Cap Problems on the Horizon

Philadelphia Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher just managed one of the biggest face lifts the organization has seen in at least a decade, navigating all the new moves through the salary cap, which remains flat due to the coronavirus pandemic. While it's a big victory right now, his work isn't quite done. There are dark … Continue reading Flyers’ Cap Problems on the Horizon

Laperriere, Smith Bring New Environment to Lehigh Valley

After naming former Flyers forward and assistant coach Ian Laperriere the new Phantoms head coach, general manager Chuck Fletcher teased some other changes coming to the organization. He finally made those moves official last week when he named another former Flyer, Jason Smith, as an assistant coach to Laperriere. Riley Armstrong, a former minor league … Continue reading Laperriere, Smith Bring New Environment to Lehigh Valley