The Rangers capitalized in transition and on cross-ice passes in a 6-3 victory over the Flyers.
Kevin Hayes will once again be out for Saturday’s game, as the team’s top point producer will be a healthy scratch. The Flyers return home to take on the New York Rangers.
It’s no secret that when the Flyers signed Jones, they were signing a player they were betting on to play behind Carter Hart regularly, especially with as many back-to-backs as the Flyers are facing this season. Jones’ first chance to show he can be the player of the game on those nights, especially when his team needs him most, was a whopping success.
With 27 saves, Martin Jones made it a seventh career win for himself in Vancouver, as the Flyers picked up another victory on the road trip, defeating the Canucks, 2-1.
The Vancouver Canucks come in with a modest 3-3-1 record in the first seven games of their season, including the 5-4 shootout victory in Philadelphia on Oct. 15. The Flyers will be looking for a different result as they look to build on Wednesday’s win.
As the market opens, the Flyers are still not finished yet. They will definitely be signing a goalie, likely on the opening day of free agency on Wednesday. Don’t rule out the addition of another forward as well to provide some added depth in that department. With those things in mind, here are a few candidates at each position that the Flyers could target in free agency.
Saturday’s game in Boston further exposed the Flyers flaws. The Bruins struck for the first goal of the game in the first and out-shot the Flyers, 10-4, in the opening period. A late second-period goal put the Bruins up by two, then everything unraveled again, as the Flyers were routed for the second time this week, losing 6-1.
Two nights after letting a two-goal lead slip away in the third and falling in a shootout, the Flyers take on the Boston Bruins again on Saturday night at 7 p.m.
The Flyers face the Montreal Canadiens in the first round, and there’s certainly plenty of storylines to look at in this series. Here are five to watch for.
Carter Hart made 34 saves in his playoff debut and Phil Myers scored a goal as the Flyers depth and young talent came through in a 4-1 win over the Boston Bruins in the Round Robin opener on Sunday afternoon.
The first test for the Flyers comes in the Round Robin opener against the Boston Bruins, a team that was running away with the President’s Trophy at the time of the pause. Game time is at 3 p.m.
Over the course of the season suspension, the NHL put together lists of the top plays for each team. There are still several games Flyers fans can look back on with great fondness this season, especially as the team started to make a push for the playoffs and challenged for a division title. So with that, here are our Top 10 games of the Flyers 2019-20 season (so far).
The Flyers face the Boston Bruins on Tuesday night looking for their 10th straight win. They can also move into first place in the Metro with a win of any kind.
A strange ending capped off a Flyers comeback win against a team at the top of the standings. It’s a win they want to build on as they prepare to hit the road again.
After erasing a 5-2 deficit, the strangest of endings in the shootout helped the Flyers get the 6-5 come-from-behind win to defeat the Bruins on Monday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The Flyers take on the Boston Bruins on Monday night. The Bruins enter Monday’s game tied atop the league standings and on a three-game winning streak.
Just like on Saturday, the Flyers came away with the victory, another 3-2 result against the Bruins, completing a very successful weekend that has them off to a great start this season.
Carter Hart survived a flurry of chances late in regulation and overtime and did not allow a goal in the shootout as the Flyers claimed another win, beating the Bruins, 3-2, in a shootout on Sunday night.
The Flyers close this weekend’s back-to-back on Sunday with a game against the Boston Bruins, a team on a two-game losing streak following a six-game winning streak. Game time is set for 7 p.m.
With several veteran players making their preseason debut, the Flyers struggled to capture momentum, while the Bruins kept the foot on the gas all night. It helped the Bruins leave with a 3-1 win over the Flyers at Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night.
It’s back home for the Flyers as they continue a busy first week of the preseason with a meeting against the Boston Bruins on Thursday night at 7 p.m.
Sean Couturier scored another hat trick for the Flyers, while Carter Hart stopped a career-high 39 shots in a 4-3 Flyers win over the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
A stretch that saw six of eight games played on home ice comes to an end on Wednesday night for the Flyers. Their opponent is the Boston Bruins, a team riding a hot streak, yet sitting in third in the Atlantic behind Toronto and Tampa Bay.
It took 33 minutes for the Bruins to strike, but Zdeno Chara’s goal to open the scoring was the only one needed in a 3-0 Flyers loss to the Bruins on Thursday night at TD Garden.
Getting back on the right side of the win column won’t be easy against one of the NHL’s best and most dangerous lines. The Flyers face the Bruins in Boston at 7 p.m.
It’s the final trial run for the Flyers in the preseason, as the team closes out the eight-game schedule with a trip to Boston to face the Bruins. Game time is at 5 p.m.
Photo courtesy of Kate Frese Michael Raffl and Evgeny Medvedev each scored second period goals. Matt Read added a goal and…
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