Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset

In an absolutely disgusting 9-0 loss to the New York Rangers, the Flyers had to prepare for the second half of a back-to-back against the New York Islanders. Obviously this is the best case scenario for Philadelphia due to the quick turnaround allowing the players to clear, regroup, and focus their mindset on the Islanders.  … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset

Flyers Should Bait the Predators into Making a Deal

With just under two months until the NHL trade deadline, things appear calm on the surface. With the situation surrounding COVID, salary cap implications and such, things may remain relatively calm even up until April 12th. While that's all well and good, the Flyers might not have that kind of time to bide until they … Continue reading Flyers Should Bait the Predators into Making a Deal

Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

The blueline is a mess right now. Turnovers galore followed by blown assignments, there isn't much to be positive about when it comes to the defense. Sure, it hurts that Philippe Myers is out for another few weeks. It's unfortunate that the three million dollar man Erik Gustafsson keeps losing the puck in his skates. … Continue reading Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

A little later in the day than normal, but nonetheless we are here! This week's Flyeround comes days after a few big announcements, some speculation, and much more. I know it's a little later in the morning, but if you're still having that cup of coffee or second depending on if you're chasing around a … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

Philadelphia Flyers: What to Make of the Blue Line

Off the heels of a second-round exit courtesy of the New York Islanders, the Flyers entered the 2020 offseason with a question mark here and there. Carter Hart needs a backup, the forwards need more scoring punch, and where is the toughness going to come from? The one thing that wasn't in question as much … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers: What to Make of the Blue Line

Orange & Black Investigations: Do’s and Don’ts

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

Sunday Morning Flyeround for the Week of December 7th

Welcome to the Flyeround, where we summarize the sites happenings and what else is going on in Flyer land. We still have a few series' going, one wrapped up with a bow on top, and some actual Flyers news to talk about. Without further ado, it's time to get into what you might have missed … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround for the Week of December 7th

Is Provorov Prepared to be Philadelphia’s Blueline Mentor?

In early October, the news shocked the fanbase of the Philadelphia Flyers. Matt Niskanen decided to retire after 14 seasons in the NHL with the Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, and Flyers. Niskanen was brought to Philadelphia in a one for one trade with the Washington Capitals in exchange for Radko Gudas. With two … Continue reading Is Provorov Prepared to be Philadelphia’s Blueline Mentor?