Chuck Fletcher, his track record, and how it impacts the Flyers right now

In his first full year as Flyers general manager, Chuck Fletcher was solid. Bringing in Matt Niskanen, Kevin Hayes, Justin Braun, and his deadline moves for Nate Thompson and Derek Grant helped get the Flyers into solid shape. If it weren't for the layoff due to COVID-19, the Flyers may have carried their momentum from … Continue reading Chuck Fletcher, his track record, and how it impacts the Flyers right now

Flyers March on as things look worse and worse

There isn't much to say in regard to the month of March that hasn't been said already. It's been terrible, there's no two-ways around it. Anyone who tells you otherwise hasn't been watching the games, plain and simple. What's gone wrong? How can the Flyers be this bad after the first few months saw them … Continue reading Flyers March on as things look worse and worse

Flyers/Rangers 3 Rematch Storylines: Whiskey and Tums on hand

The Flyers pulled out a 5-4 OT victory against the Rangers on Monday night in a game that had a bit of everything.  Goals, penalties, scrums, lead-changes, and a winning goal by Jake Voracek that was in real-time slow motion.  Two points, heart burn, and a rematch Wednesday night to do it all again. Flyers … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Rematch Storylines: Whiskey and Tums on hand

The Taxi Squad Options for the Philadelphia Flyers

With the emergence of a shortened season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are also different rules and regulations that go along with it. One of the newest rules of this upcoming season is the emergence of the "Taxi Squad". The taxi squad will serve as a way for teams to call up players much … Continue reading The Taxi Squad Options for the Philadelphia Flyers