© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports The Flyers and Konecny nearing a deal? Jason Myrtetus: Have spoken with someone who is in the know with regards to the Philadelphia Flyers and RFA Travis Konecny, and was told that a deal could be very close. It will likely be a bridge deal, two or three years with
In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is trade speculation as it pertains to defenseman Shayne Gostisbihere, the Boston Bruins have a plan for Charlie Coyle, the Colorado Avalanche and Mikko Rantanen are talking the Los Angeles Kings may be moving players. Gostisbehere Is Aware of Trade Talks While speaking with Dave Isaac of the Cherry
Home NHL Free Agents NHL Rumors: Joe Thornton, Patrick Marleau, and Shayne Gostisbehere © Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports Thornton will be back with the Sharks … Marleau seems unlikely Kevin Kurz of The Athletic: Joe Thornton said back in June that he wants to play for at least one more season. He is going to
© Brad Mills-USA TODAY Sports Into the Ivan Provorov contract scenarios… Jordan Hall and Brooke Destra of NBC Sports Philadelphia recently wrote: What is Ivan Provorov worth to be honest? He gets utilized as a number one defenseman but is he? When it comes to market comparables, Provorov presents a bit of a problem. Jacob
Heading into his third NHL season with the Philadelphia Flyers, expectations will be high for the former second-overall pick, Nolan Patrick. After two underwhelming seasons, many are looking for Patrick to show growth on the ice and on the stat sheet this season. While every player’s career has its own path, so far, Patrick’s can
© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports Wild have interview two GM candidates already Michael Russo of The Athletic: Sources have said that the Minnesota Wild have already interviewed Ron Hextall and Peter Chiarelli for their vacant GM position. The Wild still plan on interviewing more candidates and there is no timetable to name their new GM.
© Candice Ward-USA TODAY Sports Flames still need to create some cap space, could look to move Michael Frolik Kent Wilson of The Athletic: The Calgary Flames still need to re-sign restricted free agents Matthew Tkachuk and Andrew Mangiapane. They’ll likely need to clear out $5 million in salary-cap space to do so. Moving defenseman
In these dog days of summer, when the excitement of the draft and free agency have faded and the majority of rosters have taken shape, minor alterations and depth signings aside, the Philadelphia Flyers still have some hard work left to be done. Restricted free agents (RFAs) Travis Konecny and Ivan Provorov have yet to
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the Philadelphia Flyers and how close they are to singing Travis Konecny, the Florida Panthers who may run with a couple of inexperienced backup goaltenders, plus updates on the Columbus Blue Jackets, Tampa Bay Lightning and Colorado Avalanche. Flyers to Sign Konecny Right Away? The Courier
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Top 10 ‘untradeable’ NHL contracts Ken Campbell of The Hockey News: The ‘bad’ contracts of Milan Lucic, James Neal, and David Clarkson have been traded over the past week or so. Taking a look at the top 10 contracts that have four or more seasons remaining that may be untradeable.
In March of 1965, a formal process began headed by then NHL President Clarence Campbell so that the league would expand its operation to include a second division of six teams. Gone would be the days of the so-called “Original Six” franchises. Joining them would be a half-dozen new teams that would see the NHL reach further
Charlie McAvoy big deal? Maybe not so fast… Joe Haggerty of NBC Sports Boston: A myriad of arguments is used as to why Charlie McAvoy is not near that level of a Zach Werenski. The one clear aspect is health. Second, McAvoy showing flashes is one thing but producing throughout an entire season is different.
© Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports No urgency for the Rangers and Trouba yet Larry Brooks of The NY Post: Jacob Trouba‘s arbitration date is set for July 25th and it seems that it would be a surprise if it got that far. It seems unlikely that they’d settle on a one-year deal as it would
Originally written in November of 2013 by Shawn Reznick. Pelle Lindbergh was regarded as one of the greatest Flyers goalies. Here now are some memories of the star netminder. Pelle Lindbergh Next to Bernie Parent, Pelle Lindbergh was the best goalie to play in a Philadelphia Flyers sweater. He had the skill; he had the
© Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports Players on buyout waivers Pierre LeBrun: Andrej Sekera, Scott Darling and David Schlemko were put on waivers today for the purpose of a buyout. On the Schlemko buy out Dave Isaac: “#Flyers make a little more room, placing David Schlemko on waivers and will buy him out tomorrow. Saves them
report this ad In today’s News & Notes, Roberto Luongo has officially retired from the NHL, Brian Elliott has signed a contract extension with the Philadelphia Flyers, the Montreal Canadiens have re-signed Mike Reilly to a new contract, Nikita Sherbak, the Canadiens’ first-round pick from 2014 has signed in the KHL and some quick hits
Home NHL News NHL Trade: Flyers Trade Hartman To Stars For Pitlick © Andy Marlin-USA TODAY Sports The Philadelphia Flyers have traded winger Ryan Hartman to the Dallas Stars for winger Tyler Pitlick. The 24-year old Hartman was drafted 30th overall in the first round of the 2013 draft by the Chicago Blackhawks. This is
report this ad The Arizona Coyotes acquired the 11th-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft from the Philadelphia Flyers, sending the 14th and 45th selections in return. The Coyotes used the pick to draft Swedish defender Victor Söderström. With the Flyers on the clock at the 11th spot, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced that