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.
The Flyers take the ice at Wells Fargo Center for the final time in the 2022-23 season on Tuesday night against the Columbus Blue Jackets.
Since returning from the injury on Dec. 1, Konecny has points in eight of 10 games, including a two-goal showing on Tuesday night as the Flyers claimed a 5-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets at Wells Fargo Center.
The 2022 slate of games at Wells Fargo Center closes with one more contest on Tuesday night. The Flyers will take on the only team below them in the Eastern Conference standings, the Columbus Blue Jackets.
A pair of comeback attempts were not completed, as the Columbus Blue Jackets scored on a 3-on-1 in overtime to hand the Flyers a 5-4 loss on Tuesday night.
The Flyers are back on the road and back in Columbus looking to stop the bleeding, this time to start a three-game road trip on Tuesday night against the Blue Jackets.
The Flyers were winning games early in the season behind great goaltending and timely goals. Now they are losing games because the bad habits within their game and the lack of scoring talent is catching up to them in a hurry.
On Thursday night, the Flyers hit the road to face another team at the bottom of the standings and locked into a lengthy losing streak. The Columbus Blue Jackets have lost five straight games dating back to Oct. 23, including both games in their trip to Finland last weekend.
In a poll conducted by The Athletic ranking NHL front office confidence levels based on fan input, the Flyers ranked dead last, 32nd in the NHL.
The Flyers will buy out forward Oskar Lindblom, who was set to enter the final year of a three-year deal in the 2022-23 season, placing him on conditional waivers on Tuesday afternoon. His current cap hit was $3 million and the buyout saves the Flyers $3.33 million toward the cap.
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 Flyers tried to move cap space, but couldn’t clear enough for Johnny Gaudreau to sign with his hometown team. The Flyers instead added forward Nicolas Deslauriers and brought back defenseman Justin Braun.
The big story from the weekend is the acquisition of defenseman Tony DeAngelo, the perception of the deal, and the question of fit for the Flyers. The guys also look at the team’s first-round pick Cutter Gauthier and how the Draft played out.
On Wednesday, you saw that the current regime is incapable of handling a rebuild. They insisted upon an aggressive retool for a fast fix, not the necessary rebuild needed. Now it’s time to start that rebuild anyway, but focus on the front office that has so clearly set the Flyers back.
The guys are back as free agency got underway this week with plenty of movement. The Flyers, however, were quiet after spending months stating they would have an “aggressive retool.” The guys look at how things played out in free agency, the questions facing the front office, and the lack of a sense of direction from the team.
The Flyers have five picks on Day 2 of the NHL Draft on Friday, but could there also be some trades in the works?
If you were wondering just what the Flyers were going to try to do with this offseason or questioning if they were serious about an aggressive approach, you got your answer on Thursday. Tortorella is only the first piece of what could be a very busy offseason that features equally as many changes and moves as the last, likely even more aggressive than ever before.
Tuesday’s game was the sixth of its kind, a 2-1 overtime win against the Flames that showed the team’s ability to adjust and once again their ability to get the best performance at the most crucial position and use an opportunity to seize the result.
The Flyers will induct two new members into its Hall of Fame prior to Tuesday’s game at Wells Fargo Center against the Calgary Flames. This opens up a three-game homestand for the Flyers, and marks the first game the Flyers will be without Ryan Ellis again for the long-term.
To this point in the season, the one thing the Flyers had done well, even in a pair of losses, was remain competitive in games. Saturday’s game was their first that would be classified as a clunker.
The Flames out-shot the Flyers, 36-20, as the three-game road trip came to an end with a 4-0 defeat for the Flyers on Saturday night in Calgary.
The Calgary Flames return to home ice after sweeping a five-game road trip that included four Metropolitan Division teams. Now, they face the Flyers, once final test for the Orange and Black on this road trip as they close out their October schedule.
The Flyers selected Emil Andrae, Zayde Wisdom, Elliot Desnoyers and Connor McClennon with their four picks on Day 2 of the draft. Now that you know the names, get to know the newest Flyers prospects with these scouting reports.
A look at some of the things on the Flyers offseason agenda, areas they will look to address, the signings they have to make and some potential trade targets, trade options within the current roster, and free agents that could end up on their radar.
On this week’s YWT: The Philadelphia Flyers Podcast, we look at Morgan Frost’s NHL debut, Shayne Gostisbehere’s fall from grace, the Johnny Gaudreau trade rumors and more.
The Flyers face the struggling Calgary Flames, who come into Saturday’s game on a six-game losing streak.
The Flyers Western Canada road trip takes them to Calgary now, where they will start their first back-to-back of the season against the Flames on Tuesday night.
Recent news from around the NHL include a shakeup in Edmonton, the All-Star spectacle in San Jose last weekend, and a big technology announcement that could change the NHL forever.
The Metropolitan Division, featuring Flyers captain Claude Giroux, came away victorious at the 2019 NHL All-Star Game in San Jose on Saturday night, defeating the Atlantic Division in the semi-finals and the Central Division in the championship game.