In the first of a four-part series on the Flyers 2023 offseason, we look at expiring contracts and what is expected to happen next for certain players.
As Noah Cates completes a strong rookie season, there are some similarities in his development path to Sean Couturier.
With sights likely on selling at the deadline, who could be for sale for the Flyers as the March 3 trade deadline approaches?
Flyers 2022 first-round pick Cutter Gauthier made the transition back to center and has shot out of a cannon ever since.
The NHL Draft has come and gone, blink and you missed free agency. The final piece of the Flyers offseason outlook is to focus on line combinations for the upcoming season.
Now that the NHL Draft is over, the Free Agent Frenzy can officially begin. Who will the Flyers approach in free agency, and will they another trade to clear more cap space in order to bring home Johnny Hockey?
The 2022 NHL Draft is this Thursday, will the Flyers use 5th overall; or will they attempt to complete a deal? Here is the final mock draft for Round 1.
The Philadelphia Flyers have the fifth overall pick in the 2022 NHL Draft, but who should they consider drafting? There are several good options for Philadelphia, but some stand out more than others.
With the 2021-22 season now over for the Philadelphia Flyers, it’s time to review in a four-part series focusing on what moves they should make this offseason.
The 2022 NHL Trade Deadline is just a few hours away, and with the Flyers trading their longtime captain on Saturday, what will they do on Monday?
With just one week until the 2022 NHL Trade Deadline arrives, the question remains the same: where will Claude Giroux end up?
Since getting introduced as Special Assistant to the GM, Danny Briere is looking to make a name for himself. If this season continues to get worse, he might soon be in position to be Chuck Fletcher’s replacement.
With Bobby Clarke’s recent comments about former Philadelphia Flyers GM Ron Hextall, it’s time for another revisit not just about the Brayden Schenn trade, but the 2017 NHL Draft as a whole.
The Philadelphia Flyers have had nothing but injury after injury to key players, young and old. Thankfully, things seem to be back on track with getting some important young stars back in action.
Now at 34 years-old, 15-year NHL veteran Derick Brassard is making an immediate impact with the Orange and Black, scoring five points in his first three games with the team.
After an impressive sophomore year, Joel Farabee was rewarded this offseason with a six-year, $30 million ($5 million AAV) contract extension, which will kick in during the 2022-23 season. Now that he’s got an extension, how will the young star in the making do from here on out?
Depending on how his offseason goes for the Philadelphia Flyers, Chuck Fletcher might end up seeing his way out the door if he isn’t careful.
Since his return to Philadelphia, James van Riemsdyk has shown flashes of greatness as well as going cold. However, his stats aren’t as bad as fans think.
With the news of Mike “Doc” Emrick retiring, we take a look back at how the legendary broadcaster got his start.
With Nolan Patrick being out of the lineup until next season, it’s time to look at what kind of expectations everyone has for Patrick and what’s at stake.
The Flyers were long rumored to be interested in and to hire Joel Quenneville as their head coach, but the veteran bench boss opted for Florida instead. The Flyers did hire another coach with a solid track record in Alain Vigneault, and he has proven to be a perfect fit in Philadelphia. But what makes him so successful?
Since being drafted by the Philadelphia Flyers in the 5th round in 2018, Wyatte Wylie has emerged as a legitimate defensive prospect for the Orange and Black, and has the potential to make an impact in the NHL as soon as 2021-22.
With the recent struggles and inconsistencies over the last 10 games, the Philadelphia Flyers are looking for some resurgence in multiple areas of their game.
Since joining the Flyers organization, Scott Laughton has continued to prove why he is a vital asset to Philadelphia, by playing a more defensive role.