Philadelphia Flyers’ Wayne Simmonds Has No NHL Fear

Philadelphia Flyers Wayne Simmonds

Wayne Simmonds‘ emergence as one of the Philadelphia Flyers‘ all-time best warriors has not been lost during the battles of this shortened hockey year. Tuesday’s game against the New York Rangers was similar to a contest that “Simmer” played against […]

NHL Injuries: Danny Briere’s Concussion Cuts Philadelphia Flyers Down

Philadelphia Flyers Danny Briere

Danny Briere suffered a concussion during a recent Philadelphia Flyers‘ practice. His loss doesn’t change the likely outcome of this season, but does affect potential trade options. “Danny B” has remained a fan favorite this season, despite the fact that […]

Philadelphia Flyers: Danny Briere Departs, While Dan Boyle Arrives?

Philadelphia Flyers Dan Boyle

No, Danny Briere hasn’t been traded. He just won’t be in the lineup when the Philadelphia Flyers face the Pittsburgh Penguins tonight, due to an upper body injury that he sustained during practice last week. As far as San Jose Sharks […]

Zac Rinaldo Channeling Bob Kelly’s Philadelphia Flyers’ Spirit

Philadelphia Flyers Zac Rinaldo

Philadelphia Flyers‘ forward Zac Rinaldo was more enforcer, than player, last season. But, this year he looks a lot more like Bullies’ legend and fellow left winger Bob Kelly. “The Hound” played for the Flyers during the entire decade of the 1970s. […]

5 Positive Philadelphia Flyers’ Points Amid a Perfect NHL Storm

Flyers celebration - Anthony Gruppuso

Some Big Philadelphia Flyers’ Names Are Bound to Disappear By Summer

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

Mike Knuble won’t be on the Philadelphia Flyers‘ team next season, but his name is easy to pick off the current roster when considering how the 2013-14 team might look. Beyond the obvious, general manager Paul Holmgren is surely considering many […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ Peter Laviolette deserves another shot in 2013-14

Philadelphia Flyers Peter Laviolette

Peter Laviolette is the Philadelphia Flyers‘ head coach, but he’s not solely responsible for the results his team has created during this shortened-season. Even though general manager Paul Holmgren knows a number of reasons why this apt assessment is true, […]

Thin NHL Roster Dooms Philadelphia Flyers’ Season

Philadelphia Flyers Peter Laviolette

Unreasonable people believe that facts magically appear out of nowhere. Those who are rational understand that everything begins somewhere. With those cogent facts in mind, it’s time to review where this Philadelphia Flyers‘ season went awry. Obviously the continued (and […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ 2012-13 NHL Epitaph Forms

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

Hockey fans are a funny bunch. When orange blood is in the air, they lick their chops and get ready to collectively feed. These “fans” that I’m referring to are all non-Philadelphia Flyers‘ supporters. They, along with everyone in the […]

Decent Goaltending Clipped by Philadelphia Flyers’ Porous Defense

Philadelphia Flyers Ilya Bryzgalov

Ilya Bryzgalov isn’t going to win the Vezina Trophy this year, but this goalie has played well enough to front a postseason team. His problem is that the Philadelphia Flyers only have a few other playoff-caliber players on their current […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ Paul Holmgren Will Make NHL Trade Deadline Deals

Philadelphia Flyers Danny Briere

When the National Hockey League’s trade deadline arrives at 3 p.m. EST on April 3, the Philadelphia Flyers will have played 35 games on their regular season schedule. Regardless of what happens during the next six games that will be […]

Philadelphia Flyers’ NHL Season May Soon End Prematurely

Philadelphia Flyers Claude Giroux

The New Jersey Devils would love nothing more than to skate over the Philadelphia Flyers‘ 2012-13 regular season grave. Simply winning both halves of a home-and-home set wouldn’t seal the Bullies’ fate, but it would surely make Peter Laviolette‘s already […]