Looking at the Flyers 2022-23 season, the idea of the team even coming close to the Playoffs seems like a joke, but it's not out of the picture. Now this is completely hypothetical and extremely unlikely but as fans, we can dream. The Philadelphia Flyers gave a glimpse of a possible winning future for the … Continue reading Could The Philadelphia Flyers Be A Playoff Team Next Season?
NHL 2024 Stadium Series: Philadelphia Flyers Vs New Jersey Devils
The Philadelphia Flyers are heading back outside for their sixth Winter Classic — Stadium Series. Jan. 1, 2010: Fenway Park in BostonJan. 2, 2012: Citizens Bank ParkFeb. 25, 2017: Heinz Field in PittsburghFeb. 23, 2019: Lincoln Financial FieldFebruary 21, 2021 - Flyers take on Bruins at Lake Tahoe View the official reveal, date and more … Continue reading NHL 2024 Stadium Series: Philadelphia Flyers Vs New Jersey Devils
Flyers Prospect Bryce Brodzinski Commits To 5th Year At University of Minnesota
The Flyers are in desperate need of solid offence after a poor 2022-23 campaign. Former Flyer's General Manager Ron Hextall drafted some great pieces in the latter part of the draft one being Bryce Brodzinski, who was drafted by Chuck Fletcher in the 7th round of the 2019 NHL Draft. Hextall scouted Brodzinski when he … Continue reading Flyers Prospect Bryce Brodzinski Commits To 5th Year At University of Minnesota
Keith Jones Wants To Build From “The Back End Up”
The Philadelphia Flyers’ President of Hockey Operations, Keith Jones, featured as a guest on Frank Seravalli’s podcast. The two spoke about a number of topics, that Jones was able to answer with a little more detail, compared to during the press conference when he was seated with Daniel Brière, Dan Hilferty, Valerie Camillo, and John … Continue reading Keith Jones Wants To Build From “The Back End Up”
NHL Draft 2023: Who Will The Philadelphia Flyers Draft At 7th Overall?
Here we are again. The Philadelphia Flyers, will go another year without winning the NHL Draft Lottery. Now that the Draft Lottery is over, It is time to turn to the NHL Draft and who the Philadelphia Flyers could possibly add, to an already young roster. The Flyers have definitely gotten the short end of … Continue reading NHL Draft 2023: Who Will The Philadelphia Flyers Draft At 7th Overall?
Can The Philadelphia Flyers Land 1st Overall In the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery?!
This years NHL Draft class looks to be nothing short of incredible. The NHL will be holding the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery live at 8 p.m. ET on Monday, May 8. Tune in to ESPN for full coverage. Date: Monday, May 8 (8 p.m. ET - ESPN) With the Draft Lottery just a couple days … Continue reading Can The Philadelphia Flyers Land 1st Overall In the 2023 NHL Draft Lottery?!
Cutter Gauthier Invited To 2023 IIHF World Hockey Championship
Exciting news for Flyers top prospect, Cutter Gauthier, who has been selected to represent Team USA at the upcoming World Championship. The tournament features NHL veterans from around the league, this is the first time fans will see Gauthier truly compete against higher end talent. Cutter Gauthier's invite to play for Team USA is a … Continue reading Cutter Gauthier Invited To 2023 IIHF World Hockey Championship
Multiple Flyers Are Changing Their Jersey Numbers
Going into next season some Philadelphia Flyers are changing up their jersey numbers. Noah Cates, who wore #49 last season, will switch to #27 for the 2023 season. Morgan Frost, will keep his #48 jersey for another year. So no more getting confused with who is who, between Frost and Cates. Another exciting change to … Continue reading Multiple Flyers Are Changing Their Jersey Numbers
Flyers Fans Could Be Waiting Another 8 Years For A Competitive Team
The idea of a rebuild is to tare down what isn't working and build from the ground up. Danny Briere and the Philadelphia Flyers know and understand that, but how long will it take? Flyers Interim General Manager Danny Briere is asking for patiences from Flyers fans but the wait could be longer than originally … Continue reading Flyers Fans Could Be Waiting Another 8 Years For A Competitive Team
The Philadelphia Flyers Are Out $1,187,500 Million For Next Season
The Philadelphia Flyers, along with 14 other NHL clubs exceeded the cap space of $82.5 million this season after performance bonuses were accounted for. The Flyers were ranked 2nd highest in the bonus overages, behind the Boston Bruins who are out a whopping $4,500,000 in bonus overages. Boston Bruins $4,500,000Philadelphia Flyers $1,187,500Montreal Canadiens $1,170,000Edmonton Oilers … Continue reading The Philadelphia Flyers Are Out $1,187,500 Million For Next Season