Ronnie Attard: Still Not Convinced

The Philadelphia Flyers drafted the offensively-gifted defenseman, Ronnie Attard, in the third round of 2019, understanding the risk surrounding their selection. Though his USHL success made him appealing, clear issues with his game remained. Now, two years into his Western Michigan tenure, Attard's production supports Philadelphia's decision to bring him aboard. Recognized as the NCHC's … Continue reading Ronnie Attard: Still Not Convinced

Zayde Wisdom: Hard Work Paying Off

Months before he took to the ice for the first time as a member of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Zayde Wisdom was already a favorite among the Philadelphia Flyers fan base. His inspiring story and unwavering work ethic made him an easy prospect to pull for. At the same time, no one could imagine the … Continue reading Zayde Wisdom: Hard Work Paying Off

Trading the Flyers First Round Pick: An Exploration

Contrary to recent years, the Philadelphia Flyers find themselves close to contention. After so much time dedicated to building for the future, the organization finds itself now focussing on the present. With that transformed mindset comes a change in approach. Philadelphia is no longer looking for pieces to help three to five years down the … Continue reading Trading the Flyers First Round Pick: An Exploration

Jay O’Brien No Longer at “Bust” Status

Jay O'Brien is a bust. Raise your hand if you've either said or thought that statement. A large quantity of us, myself included, are guilty of doing so. Of course, we had our reasons. From a failed tenure at Providence to a good but not dominant year in the BCHL to an unplanned interruption due … Continue reading Jay O’Brien No Longer at “Bust” Status

Flyers most valuable prospect trade chips ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline

Sure, it may seem a little early to talk about the trade deadline, and rightfully so. We're about a month and a half away from April 12th, and the Flyers could be in a completely different position than they are right now come that date. However, the sooner they make a move, the more likely … Continue reading Flyers most valuable prospect trade chips ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline

The Draft Mindset: Dylan Guenther

Successful NHL franchises are built through the draft. For that reason, it is never too early to start looking ahead at potential draft options for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021. As of now, the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is set for July 23–24, 2021. It is unknown how the event will be held, whether virtual … Continue reading The Draft Mindset: Dylan Guenther

The Draft Mindset: Corson Ceulemans

Successful NHL franchises are built through the draft. For that reason, it is never too early to start looking ahead at potential draft options for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021. As of now, the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is set for July 23–24, 2021. It is unknown how the event will be held, whether virtual … Continue reading The Draft Mindset: Corson Ceulemans

Flyeround 1/17: Hockey is Back & the Flyers are Good

Everyone excited after the first week of the regular season? Of course you are, the Flyers are 2-0 and beat the Penguins twice! While that's all well and good, there was also some bad news to come out of this past week with one of the key stars suffering and injury. The Flyeround has all … Continue reading Flyeround 1/17: Hockey is Back & the Flyers are Good

The Draft Mindset: Fabian Lysell

Successful NHL franchises are built through the draft. For that reason, it is never too early to start looking ahead at potential draft options for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021. As of now, the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is set for July 23–24, 2021. It is unknown how the event will be held, whether virtual again or held in … Continue reading The Draft Mindset: Fabian Lysell

The Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Tenth Edition

Welcome back to the Sunday morning Flyeround, where we fill you in on what you might have missed during this past week. Training camp kicked off this past week, and we got some great news on a front that's been pretty bleak for some time. The World Junior Championships wrapped up, and two of the … Continue reading The Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Tenth Edition