As the Flyers have hit the halfway point of this season, the playoff picture is starting to become clearer.
Young hockey players in North America dream of chasing a Silver Cup.
Rather than focusing on the Crosbys and Ovechkins of the hockey world, let’s take a look at these lesser-paid players that, if they keep performing at a high level, will soon be earning a large pay raise in the near future.
As the All-Star break approaches each season, it seems that fans argue over which players have earned the right to be in the conversation for various awards.
The Flyers called up Tyrell Goulbourne last week, and it took just one look at social media to see the divided reaction of the fanbase.
Now that everyone has settled down after the Flyers ended 10-game losing streak, and enjoyed moderate success thereafter, it’s time to talk about a “what if?”
Both Carter Hart and German Rubstov played key roles for their countries and continued to show us Flyers fans why our future is so bright.
You won’t catch Troy Mann watching Star Wars anytime soon.
Like his father before him (Hall of Fame defenseman Ray Bourque), Chris will have the opportunity to represent his country with the hopes of winning an Olympic medal.
As the new year begins, we are nearly halfway through this NHL season which has many surprising teams at both the top and bottom of the standings.