The Flyers get right back on the ice on Tuesday night, and this time, they face a team at the other end of the standings, the Anaheim Ducks.
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 Flyers and Ducks will meet for the final time this season on Saturday night.
The first chapter of Carter Hart’s NHL career is sure to be shorter than the ones to come, after playing in 31 games in his rookie season. He’s about to start writing the second chapter of what all of Philadelphia hopes is a long and prosperous career. The Flyers are hoping for the same this season.
Despite the Flyers’ slim chances of making this year’s Stanley Cup Playoffs, there is victory in one way. After Sunday night’s exciting win over the Pittsburgh Penguins, the season series was won with the Flyers winning three of four meetings.
With the NHL’s trade deadline hitting on Monday at 3 p.m., the time has come for Chuck Fletcher’s first chance to make his mark on the Flyers and their future.
The weekend provided fodder for many different topics as the trade deadline approaches, from the Flyers acquisition of Cam Talbot, to Wayne Simmonds’ deadline fate, to signs of a possible moving on from Shayne Gostisbehere.
The week ahead for the Flyers is a critical one, both on and off the ice. The trade deadline is one week away from Monday. The Flyers will also play three games that should define where their playoff hopes stand during the week, providing some added transparency into their playoff push and their deadline plans.
The Flyers acquired goalie Cam Talbot from the Edmonton Oilers in exchange for goalie Anthony Stolarz, GM Chuck Fletcher announced shortly after midnight on Saturday morning.
According to TSN’s Darren Dreger, the Flyers are in preliminary discussions with the Edmonton Oilers regarding a trade around goalie Cam Talbot.
Two goals in the second period and two more in the third helped the Flyers erase a two-goal deficit and pick up a 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
The Flyers are right back in action on Tuesday night, taking on the Minnesota Wild, a team they defeated a month ago at the start of an eight-game winning streak.
The Flyers played a game against the Kings that was sloppy and frustrating. Yet, there they were, playing in overtime. The overtime featured its share of near-misses as well. The winning streak is over, and now the Flyers need to regroup or their comeback effort this season will fizzle out.
The Flyers eight-game winning streak came to an end in a 3-2 loss to the Los Angeles Kings in a shootout on Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The next opponent for the Flyers is the Los Angeles Kings, who come to Wells Fargo Center on Thursday night. The Kings have won back-to-back games on an East coast road trip and play their third game in four nights against the Flyers.
It was during the All-Star break that Flyers captain Claude Giroux said that the team was going to go on a run. To make a playoff push, it is now or never for the Flyers.
Anthony Stolarz led the Flyers to a fifth straight win, making 38 saves in a 1-0 shutout win over the Rangers.
The Flyers hit the road and face the New York Rangers, who make their return from the All-Star break on Tuesday night.
The Flyers released an injury update on four players during Friday’s practice, while Dale Weise was absent from practice and Anthony Stolarz begins a conditioning assignment.
The Flyers claimed goalie Mike McKenna off waivers on Friday. If McKenna sees the ice for a start, they would also claim an infamous record.
The Flyers recalled 20-year-old netminder Carter Hart on Monday. Goalie Alex Lyon was returned to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Anthony Stolarz, who left Saturday’s game with an injury, is out for 2-to-4 weeks with a lower-body injury.
If the five-game road trip was going to be an evaluation period for new GM Chuck Fletcher, he should have all the answers he needs. It’s time for changes to happen and they could be coming soon.
The Flyers turned in another forgettable performance, falling to the Canucks, 5-1, on Saturday.
The Flyers did nothing to turn the tide in Edmonton, looking rather lifeless in a 4-1 defeat to the Oilers.