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.
With 10 games remaining on the schedule, it remains to be seen if the Flyers take this win and turn it into some magical last-gasp playoff run that gets them in, but it kept their playoff hopes alive for now.
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.
In one month, the trade deadline will arrive and be the last chance the Flyers have at major in-season changes. There could be plenty to come in the next month.
The Flyers have traded forward Taylor Leier to the Buffalo Sabres for forward Justin Bailey, GM Chuck Fletcher announced on Thursday night.
The Flyers have placed forward Dale Weise on waivers, GM Chuck Fletcher announced on Tuesday.
In the past week, we saw some teams do some roster shuffling, one of the greats call it a career, and a great of a different type call a game. Let’s dive in to this week’s Around the NHL.
The Flyers have traded forward Jordan Weal to the Arizona Coyotes for defenseman Jacob Graves and a sixth-round pick.
Overtime has not been kind to the Flyers this season, and that run continued as T.J. Brodie scored at 1:59 of overtime to hand the Flyers their sixth straight loss, 3-2, on Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
Chuck Fletcher should have seen enough. Changes to the roster don’t happen all at once or overnight, but instead of looking for ways to save this season, the Flyers should turn focus on selling where they can and making preparations for next season and beyond.
For the first time in five games, the Flyers scored the first goal of the game and never looked back, as all three members of the top line had three-point games and Cal Pickard pitched a 31-save shutout in a 4-0 win over the Rangers on Friday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center.
With James van Riemsdyk expected to return to the lineup Thursday night against the New Jersey Devils, the team looks forward to his scoring abilities and what he can bring to a struggling power play.
For the Flyers, it’s a game that should serve as a lesson. They did not play well in the second period, certainly not well enough to put any pressure on the opposing goalie through 40 minutes. The 20-minute push in the third was great, but it was too little, too late on this night.
Joe Thornton scored to tie the game with 4:57 left in regulation and Timo Meier scored his second goal of the game just 13 seconds into overtime in a 4-3 Flyers loss to the San Jose Sharks on Saturday night.
The Flyers got off to a first-period lead for the second straight game and closed strong, putting away the Kings in the third in a 5-2 win on Thursday night.
Nolan Patrick’s goal with 1:51 remaining in the third period put the Flyers ahead for good in a 3-2 win over the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night.
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.
The Flyers have struggled with execution and are struggling to be consistent at anything other than being consistently inconsistent. It’s the same old song and dance that is maddening to Flyers fans. “I’m a pretty patient guy,” GM Ron Hextall said Tuesday, “but things need to start going better here.”
The Flyers 5-2 win over the Devils was an effort the team can build on, simply because it showed what they are capable of when they play at a higher level. To the takeaways in our Postgame Review.
Defense on the Flyers isn’t a problem, it’s an epidemic. And it’s making for some downright unwatchable hockey. Takeaways from another lopsided loss.
The Blue Jackets struck for three goals in the second and two more late in the third in a 6-3 win over the Flyers at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, dropping the Flyers to 3-4-0 on the season.
Here are the takeaways and analysis from a wild game at Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night between the Flyers and Florida Panthers.
The Flyers got the better of the Panthers in the end via the shootout in a wild 6-5 win on Tuesday night at Wells Fargo Center.
The overall scope of this game was more positive for the Flyers. The penalty kill was better. The defensive coverage was better. There were chances to capitalize. But as has been the case with the Flyers for really the last decade now, it doesn’t seem to keep the frustrating finishes at bay.