The youth movement in Philadelphia continues to make waves, but it’s not without its bumps.
A weekly look at the Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals, Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Hershey Bears.
What’s exciting and concerning about the Capitals’ 7-6-1 start?
Jim McBride and Noah Eltringham are joined by GNGHockey president Dylan Coyle. They discuss the NHL’s stance on slashing penalties, the New Jersey Devils and their continued success, Vegas finally cooling off, and the Lightning striking more than twice.
It was fun while it lasted, I guess.
The Atlanta Thrashers never seemed to be able to find their footing.
As of October 31st, the Hershey Bears have made three roster adjustment moves. Vice President of Operations, Bryan Helmer, announced that the team has reassigned goalie Parker Milner and defenseman Kris Bindulis to their ECHL affiliate, the South Carolina Stingrays. In exchange, Hershey has called up defenseman Paul Geiger from South Carolina.
Do his advanced stats really matter when he is providing an incredible amount of leadership, skill and hockey sense on the ice?
The Flyers’ last two weeks have featured moments such as a four-goal second period, Claude Giroux’s 400th career assist and a comeback that never was.
A weekly look at the Philadelphia Flyers, Lehigh Valley Phantoms and Hershey Bears.