The Flyers came away from this weekend with back-to-back regulation losses, falling to the Penguins, 7-6, on Sunday afternoon.
Only a few players on the Flyers roster played in the most recent outdoor games in franchise history. This weekend offers a new experience.
The Flyers scored three goals in the third period to down the Coyotes, 5-3, to secure their fourth straight win on Monday night.
January was certainly a roller-coaster month for the Flyers. They entered the new year with a pair of losses that…
According to a report from TSN’s Darren Dreger, the Flyers are “taking calls” on Scott Laughton. Dreger also notes the team is not eager to trade Laughton, but that GM Danny Briere is “gauging interest.”
Nikita Kucherov had a hat trick and four points, as the Flyers were handed their third straight loss to the Lightning on Tuesday night.
After Jamie Drysdale debuted last week, John Tortorella referred to him as a “rover.” The term has history with the Flyers head coach.
On a new YWT Podcast episode, the guys react to the Cutter Gauthier trade, acquiring Jamie Drysdale, and a successful week for the Flyers.
Sam Ersson stopped all 35 shots faced and Cam Atkinson scored two goals as the Flyers blanked the Winnipeg Jets on Saturday night.
Joel Farabee scored two goals, including the overtime winner on the power play, as the Flyers rallied back to defeat the Minnesota Wild.
The Flyers are desperate for talent at the face-off circle now with the departure of Cutter Gauthier and the options are extremely limited.
The Flyers rebounded from Monday’s loss with a shootout win over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers welcome Jamie Drysdale to the mix and close out a four-game homestand on Wednesday night by taking on the Montreal Canadiens.
The blockbuster Cutter Gauthier trade shook up the Flyers-Penguins game. Breaking down everything that happened on a wild Monday night.
The Flyers announced a blockbuster trade, sending prospect Cutter Gauthier to Anaheim for defenseman Jamie Drysdale and a draft pick.
A three-goal period got them in front, and after the Flyers tied it up early in the third, two more goals sealed the Flyers’ fate in a 5-3 loss to the Ducks at Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night.
The Ducks are an upstart team with a ton of potential. That’s easy to see. They showed plenty of it from the youngsters still in the lineup, ending the Flyers road trip on a sour note as tougher matchups are ahead.
The Ducks were in the same position, with several players also out on COVID protocol, but that didn’t stop them from showing just how much talent they possess. Troy Terry scored a hat trick as the Flyers finished a four-game road trip with a third straight loss, 4-1, in Anaheim.