In the tightly-packed Metropolitan Division, one could easily make the case for any of the eight teams finding themselves in the postseason. With just 12 points separating the division-leading Washington Capitals (71 points) and the cellar-dwelling New York Rangers (59 points), all eight teams can rise up the standings – or plummet to the bottom […]
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.
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?”
The Flyers are 34 games into the season and we’ve had a bit of a chance to take a long look at Nolan Patrick and how he plays.
That honor belongs to the 2006-2007 team, which is especially hurtful given the fact that the team had more than 100 points in 2005-2006, just one season before.
The 2017-18 season is taking shape and we’re starting to have a feel of which teams will be playing in May and which teams will be looking at what to do to improve their fortunes next season.
It’s 9:15 P.M. on a late-November Wednesday night at the Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers are down 3-1 to the San Jose Sharks with 7:56 left to go in the 3rd period. Philadelphia is about to extend their winless streak to 9 games, and register their 4th straight blown lead.
Boyd is a point-getter for Hershey, plain and simple.
The youth movement in Philadelphia continues to make waves, but it’s not without its bumps.
Do his advanced stats really matter when he is providing an incredible amount of leadership, skill and hockey sense on the ice?