The return of the traditional center-ice logo further shows the Flyers commitment to a rebuild and repairing the relationship with the fan base.
The Flyers “new era” of leadership will involve five pillars and a triumvirate in making hockey-related decisions. It will be rooted in collaboration and teamwork. Five takeaways from the introductory press conference.
The Flyers officially finalized their leadership group by naming Keith Jones as President of Hockey Operations and removing the interim tag from GM Danny Briere on Thursday morning.
With the Flyers season completed, Friday was exit interview day. There were a few quotes that stood out regarding the future of several players on the roster.
With the Flyers 2022-23 season in the books, looking back at the takeaways from the Flyers season and the offseason that lies ahead.
The Flyers announced that Dave Scott, chairman of Comcast-Spectacor and governor of the Flyers, will be retiring effective April 17. Dan Hilferty will take over as chairman of Comcast-Spectacor and Flyers governor.
As Noah Cates completes a strong rookie season, there are some similarities in his development path to Sean Couturier.
Chuck Fletcher has been fired and Danny Briere is the interim GM of the Flyers. The guys discuss on a new YWT Podcast episode.
Flyers interim GM Danny Briere met with the media on Sunday morning and officially went where his predecessor wouldn’t. The Flyers are officially in a rebuild, one that Briere says “needs to be done the right way.”
The release of Chuck Fletcher as Flyers GM and President of Hockey Operations was a place to start, but only the first stepping stone to the bigger process that remains. It’s time for the Flyers to dive head-first into it with a new guard manning the wheel.
Chuck Fletcher has been fired as Flyers GM and President of Hockey Operations. Danny Briere will serve as interim GM. In a statement, Dave Scott also expressed that the team will separated the GM and President of Hockey Operations roles in a new leadership structure.
Well, the trade deadline is in the books, and the guys are back to look what went down. The Flyers…
After another case of organizational malpractice at the trade deadline, the choice is in the hands of the Flyers highest-appointed figures. You can accept this reality of being the laughing stock of the NHL and accept the growing distance between yourself and as loyal a fanbase as there is in sports or you can finally do something about it. Time’s yours.
Chuck Fletcher’s already underwhelming trade deadline week turned into a disastrous deadline day. The Flyers traded Zack MacEwen and Patrick Brown, but had a deal with James van Riemsdyk fall through while acquiring Brendan Lemieux and two late-round draft picks.
The Flyers are very much in a process. Chuck Fletcher admitted as much one day after John Tortorella continued his season-long message of building. Just don’t expect people to be vocal in their trust in it.
For as much scrutiny as Chuck Fletcher faces, Ron Hextall’s drafts have shown the Flyers inability to build a core that lasted well into the future. The minor trade involving Isaac Ratcliffe was further proof.
A letter from John Tortorella to season ticket holders addressed rebuilding. Will the Flyers follow through and be committed to the process?
From the front office to coaches to the players, there are plenty of areas of focus regarding the Flyers. Here are some takeaways.
With sights likely on selling at the deadline, who could be for sale for the Flyers as the March 3 trade deadline approaches?
The course of a season in any sport is a day-by-day affair. In the Flyers case, it’s become an ongoing soap opera that shows no signs of stopping.
The guys discuss the week’s action on the ice and the comments made by both Chuck Fletcher and John Tortorella, including his first sub-60-second postgame press conference of his Flyers tenure. They also look at the near future for the team, the hesitance behind a rebuild, and how fans are much more informed and engaged in a variety of areas that they weren’t a few years ago.
John Tortorella is focused on building the Flyers from the footers, knowing that this is more than a one-year process to get it right. GM Chuck Fletcher seemed to have a different message, showing a disconnect between coaching and management.
The guys are back and the Flyers have achieved yet another 10-game losing streak, the third in the last calendar year. So what happens now? Is Chuck Fletcher on the way out? If he is, who takes over or decides on the next GM?
One day prior to the four-year anniversary of Ron Hextall’s firing as Flyers GM, chants of “Fire Fletcher” could be heard at Wells Fargo Center. Chuck Fletcher’s time should be running out, but it’s not the only change that needs to be made.
Flyers 2022 first-round pick Cutter Gauthier made the transition back to center and has shot out of a cannon ever since.
An underwhelming offseason, a new coach, and a management group on the hot seat bring about plenty of questions. Before the puck drops on the new season, let’s dive into five questions facing the Flyers this season.
Before the puck even hits the ice, the Flyers are already dealing with more than their share of injury woes.
At the end-of-season press conference, and for much of the offseason, the Flyers focus was on injured players returning healthy. The so-called plan has already backfired before the team even takes the ice for training camp.
In an interview with NHL Network Radio on Sirius XM, new Flyers head coach John Tortorella expressed that he has “major concerns” with the Flyers locker room.