The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the defending Stanley Cup champion Vegas Golden Knights in overtime, with a 4-3 win at home. Moving to a four-game winning streak, playing some tough opponents in the process, the Flyers have a 9-7-1 record on the season. What were some takeaways from the victory? Power Play Finally Clicking The Flyers
The Vegas Golden Knights managed to keep their historic start alive on Tuesday by defeating the Philadelphia Flyers 3-2 in regulation at T-Mobile Arena to extend their winning streak and bring their record to a perfect 7-0-0. The Golden Knights are just the 16th team all-time to win their opening seven games of a season
Goaltender Carter Hart is set to endure the growing pains of the Philadelphia Flyers’ rebuild, but trading him to a contender could make sense for both the player and the team. (Please note that this piece will not focus on the ongoing 2018 Canadian World Juniors investigation, as no information is known at this time.)
Keith Jones is still finishing up his broadcasting duties during the Stanley Cup Final, but Danny Briere has already made his first major splash as general manager (GM). He moved Ivan Provorov to the Columbus Blue Jackets in a three-team trade that also included the Los Angeles Kings in exchange for the 22nd-overall pick, two
The Philadelphia Flyers started their offseason reasonably quickly by making a three-way trade with the Los Angeles Kings and Columbus Blue Jackets, involving defenceman Ivan Provorov and goaltender Cal Petersen. They have also let it be known that they are willing to move goaltender Carter Hart, who is 24 and was once believed to be
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, following a three-team trade between the Philadelphia Flyers, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Los Angeles Kings, is Carter Hart on the verge of being traded by the Flyers? Meanwhile, is this recent deal just the start of the moves the Columbus Blue Jackets intend on making? The Kings cleared cap space
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, despite rumors they might wait to see what happens in Toronto and Pittsburgh, reports the New York Rangers might be leaning towards one particular coach that just split for his former team. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia Flyers have said they’d be open to offers for goaltender Carter Hart. Might the Calgary
Now past the midway point of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers have given us lots to think and talk about. The boys in orange in black have had their low points, with a 10-game losing streak, but have also had some major highs, with Samuel Ersson getting his first NHL shutout on Jan. 9, 2023.
The Philadelphia Flyers managed to find success on their recent West Coast trip at the end of December, where they have not done so in previous seasons. Before their three-game trip in California, they lost two one-goal games – 4-3 to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Dec. 22 and versus the Carolina Hurricanes on Dec.
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by NHL Lines site Betway Should there be more than one Vancouver Canucks untouchable? Donnie & Dhali: Craig Button on the Donnie & Dhali show on the Vancouver Canucks. Don Taylor: “Should Elias Pettersson be considered Vancouver’s only untouchable?” Button: “Well, I would put Quinn Hughes
October has concluded, and with the calendar flipping to November, some NHL teams are better or worse off than we thought they’d be to start the 2022-23 season. Are these strong starts legit, or will teams return to Earth in November? Likewise, will a club struggling out of the gate find its groove during the
Following a rather busy offseason around the NHL, it was only fitting that the game’s goalies began drafting their 2022-23 storylines early on in the campaign. From internal battles among new tandems, underperforming superstars, rookies earning a spotlight, and everything in between, October offered quite a glimpse into what fans should expect from their favourite
The Philadelphia Flyers have completed half their preseason slate, but newly-hired head coach John Tortorella hasn’t been behind the bench yet. Even before the new era begins, the team is dealing with injuries to their two most critical players for the 2022-23 season. There’s never a dull moment in the world of the Flyers, as
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by Betway Sports What are the Philadelphia Flyers doing? Charlie O’Connor of The Athletic (mailbag): August is often when the NHL wilderness gets to be more and more apparent. Philadelphia Flyers and their fans have many, many concerns after this offseason from Chuck Fletcher so far.
It seems evident that the next three to four years are the window in which the Edmonton Oilers have the best chance to win the Stanley Cup. Both Connor McDavid and Leon Draisaitl are signed for the next three years (Draisaitl for three, McDavid for four) and after tasting some playoff success in the 2021-22
On the Flyers retool Charlie O’Connor of The Athletic: (mailbag) From what has heard, it doesn’t seem like Philadelphia Flyers interim head coach Mike Yeo will be back next season. Given the injuries and roster it’s not entirely his fault. It wouldn’t be a surprise if remained on as an assistant given his relationship with
Over the last decade, the Philadelphia Flyers have undergone one of the NHL’s more subtle rebuilds. The team never bottomed out following their Stanley Cup Final appearance in 2009-10, but strong drafting and scouting have helped them establish one of the league’s best prospect pipelines. There have been hits and misses, but the club’s last
Due to the overwhelming amount of stats and milestones from around the NHL these past few days, today’s NHL Stat Corner will be split into the Eastern Conference and Western Conference. In this article we will catch up with everything that’s happened in the East. Maple Leafs’ Power Play Powering Success The Toronto Maple Leafs