It took eight games, but the Flyers finally got a regulation 3-2 win against the Bruins on Saturday afternoon. A hard fought, tight-checking, penalty killing victory that keeps the diehard fans engaged for another day. The Flyers have a pulse. A win this afternoon against the last-place yard sale Buffalo Sabres can determine if it … Continue reading Flyers/Sabres 3 Storylines: Optimism is a fickle beast
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 Flyers first series of the 2020/21 season was a successful one. Kicking off their campaign against their rivals to the west, the Flyers bested Pittsburgh in both contests. Philly defeated Pittsburgh by scores of 6-3 and 5-2. There's no better way to start a season, and a shortened one at that. With games looming … Continue reading The Philadelphia Flyers and Their 2-0 Starts from the Past
According to TSN, former Arizona Coyotes and New York Rangers standout Keith Yandle has reportedly "fallen out of favor" with the Panthers, who seem to be moving apart from the veteran defenseman under new GM Bill Zito. Yandle posted 45 points in 69 games with Florida in the 2019-2020 season and boasts the league's longest … Continue reading Orange and Black Investigations: Does Keith Yandle Make Sense?
The Flyers sit at just over $2.25 million in cap space heading into the 2020-2021 season. However, that hasn't stopped Philly fans from looking at every star in the league who isn't locked up long-term and formulating some insane multi-part trade to add them to the roster. Which of these options is realistic? Are any … Continue reading Orange & Black Investigations: Do’s and Don’ts