Flyers and goaltender Anthony Stolarz agree to one-year deal

The Flyers announced on Wednesday that they have reached an agreement with 24-year old netminder Anthony Stolarz on a one-year, two-way contract worth $761,250. Stolarz, a second-round pick in 2012, is coming off a 2017-18 season which saw him appear in just four games – 1 with Lehigh Valley and 3 with Reading in the […]

Best Moments from the Washington Capitals’ Stanley Cup Run

The Stanley Cup Playoffs are always full of amazing, electrifying moments for every participating team, regardless of who comes out on top. For the Washington Capitals, these moments were plentiful, as they finally made it all the way to the Stanley Cup Finals, defeating the Vegas Golden Knights in five games to hoist the trophy. […]

Leier, Goulbourne, and Martel all set to return in 2018-19

Yesterday, the Philadelphia Flyers announced that they have re-signed both Tyrell Goulbourne and Taylor Leier to one-year contracts. Forward Danick Martel has also accepted his qualifying offer on a one-year contract and will return to the Flyers organization for the 2018-19 season. Leier will again look to make the Flyers’ roster out of training camp […]

Flyers re-sign Alex Lyon to a two-year deal

The Flyers and goaltender Alex Lyon agreed to a two-year contract on Friday morning. The 25-year-old Lyon avoids arbitration and will return to the Flyers in 2018. Lyon made his NHL debut last season and appeared in 11 games and posted a .905 save percentage with the club when Brian Elliott and Michal Neuvirth were out with […]

Capitals re-sign Riley Barber to one-year deal

After being tendered a qualifying offer last week, Riley Barber agreed to a one-year deal to stay with the Capitals in 2018-19. The two-way deal will pay Barber an AAV of $650k and $115k in the AHL. The 24-year-old Barber will likely return to Hershey next year for his fourth season with the team. Since […]

John Carlson: 2018’s Norris Trophy snub

The Capitals finishing first in the Metropolitan Division was something fairly unexpected for most of the NHL. They rode some key figures through the season, all of which had crucial roles in the team’s success. One figure who throughout the league, and even within the Capitals’ fanbase, hasn’t gotten enough love is John Carlson. Carlson, […]

Thank you, Hershey

I have lived in Central Pennsylvania for my entire life, and never once did I think I was going to be a reporter for the Hershey Bears, especially at 19 years old. Growing up, I was a pretty casual hockey fan, but I never really found a true love for the sport until I was […]

Three Phantoms players to watch in the first round

Lehigh Valley has many talented players on their roster heading into the Calder Cup Playoffs this season, where they will face off against the Providence Bruins in the first round for a best-of-5 series. Phil Varone MVP of the AHL is nothing to scoff at; Varone was voted winner of the Les Cunningham Award last […]