The Flyers winning streak reached five games, as they defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets, 5-2, on Sunday night.
The Flyers bring a four-game winning streak into Sunday’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets, who have lost eight straight games.
With a youthful defense, Marc Staal was signed by the Flyers to bring a veteran presence and be a mentor and “offshoot of the coaching staff.”
Flyers training camp opened on Thursday with John Tortorella’s skating gauntlet, setting the tone for the weeks ahead. Roster spots are available, providing open competition for several players.
Emil Andrae made the move to North America last season, signing an ELC with the Flyers in March. Now, he wants to make his next move and make the NHL roster out of camp.
The clear focus of the Flyers draft was on the big picture of the rebuild, drafting for upside. Now, they have time to develop these prospects to the fullest with a new player development team in place.
The Flyers started Day 2 of the NHL Draft with a trade, then made eight more selections to round out the 2023 NHL Draft.
By the time the second pick of the first round for the Flyers rolled around, the high of selecting a player with…
Before the newest draft picks are made, here’s some of the recent first-round picks at 7th and 22nd overall, including some former Flyers.
In his pre-draft availability on Thursday, Flyers GM Danny Briere noted that activity was increasing with the draft getting closer. Two days later, it…
On a new YWT Podcast, the guys discuss the Ivan Provorov trade, other trade rumors, front office changes, and recap the Stanley Cup Final.
Reports were confirmed on Monday that Valerie Camillo, President and CEO of Comcast Spectacor Sports and Entertainment who also oversaw business operations with the Flyers, will be leaving the company effective July 1.
Danny Briere’s first trade as Flyers GM was a blockbuster, moving Ivan Provorov in a three-team trade and acquiring three players and three draft picks. It backed up Briere’s “open for business” comments ahead of a busy offseason.
According to reports, the Flyers are trading Ivan Provorov in a three-team deal and may also be working on a deal involving Carter Hart.
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.
Ivan Provorov scored in overtime to finish off a 5-4 Flyers win over the Blackhawks in the 2022-23 season finale on Thursday night.
Owen Tippett scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime, to give the Flyers a 4-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers got the game tied again with 5:44 remaining, forcing overtime and the eventual shootout, where the Flyers claimed a 5-4 win over the Wild on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers got multi-point production all around, as they defeated the Panthers, 6-3, at Wells Fargo Center.
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.
For the sixth time in the last seven games, the Flyers were on the losing end with a 5-2 defeat to the Montreal Canadiens at Wells Fargo Center.
From the front office to coaches to the players, there are plenty of areas of focus regarding the Flyers. Here are some takeaways.
Kevin Fiala fired home the game-winning goal at 1:09 of overtime to hand the Flyers a 4-3 loss to the Kings on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
After making it a 3-3 game early in the third, the Jets scored the go-ahead goal with 11:16 left in a 5-3 Flyers loss on Sunday night.
This week, the guys discuss the Flyers, Pride Night, and Ivan Provorov’s choice to skip warmups. They also look at the games from this week, including wins over Anaheim and Detroit.
Instead of a 5-2 win that extended the Flyers stretch to eight wins in 10 games, the story is Ivan Provorov, who was absent from warmups on Tuesday only to appear on the game roster magically just minutes before puck drop. The reason was his own religious beliefs as the team celebrated Pride Night.
On the latest YWT, the Flyers have won seven of eight games. How have they done it and is this a good thing? The guys discuss that and more.