(Photo: Zack Hill/Philadelphia Flyers) Sunday marked the final full day of Flyers training camp practices before the preseason arrives. A small schedule adjustment by Alain Vigneault will move a scheduled off day from Wednesday to Monday.
Today, Group A and Group B had their practice sessions simultaneously on different rinks. Segregating the two groups to practice concurrently prepared the Philadelphia Flyers training camp roster for a head-to-head scrimmage.
Weekend sessions set a vibe. More fans can watch the Philadelphia Flyers training camp after a long work week. Alain Vigneault set the tone for the weekend, announcing this nugget of information: There’s a reason to feel that most are right in Voorhees, NJ.
(Photo: Zack Hill/Philadelphia Flyers) Another day of training camp is in the books for the Flyers as their first preseason starts to draw closer. The pace remains high, though the energy level started to dip a bit after three days of high-intensity practices.
The 2020-21 Philadelphia Flyers fell drastically short of expectations, in large part due to the failure of their young players to progress into the roles that the organization hoped they could play for a Stanley Cup contending team.
There is an abundance of milestones set to be hit in 2021-22 by many Philadelphia Flyers players. Some big ones are also coming from several defensemen on the roster, and barring any injuries, all of these listed individual milestones will be reached this season.
The Philadelphia Flyers opened their doors for Training Camp on Thursday and while there is a sense of renewed sense of excitement around the franchise after a strong offseason, there’s no skating around the fact that this is a big year for Carter Hart.
Jakub Voracek, Shayne Gostisbehere, Nicolas Aube-Kubel; one of these players is not like the other. First, what they have in common. Well, all three play hockey professionally, were members of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2020-21, and each played at least 40 games for the team during the COVID-abbreviated season.
Today, the Philadelphia Flyers begin their 2021-2022 path. Training camp is officially underway in Voorhees, NJ, through October 8th, 2021, where they’ll wrap up pre-season hockey against the Washington Capitals in Washington, DC.
The Flyers officially get back on the ice on Thursday morning for the start of training camp. Technically, it is the second training camp of 2021, dating back to the previous season and the start of preparations for a 56-game season that went off the rails for the Flyers and led to an offseason of change.
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Ahead of the start of the 2021-2022 Philadelphia Flyers Training Camp, these four topics pique our interest! It’s Thursday. You know what that means… The Philadelphia Flyers take to the ice for their 2021-2022 training camp.
In 24 hours time, the real work begins. The Flyers take the ice for the first time in training camp and preparations started on a new season. Of course, things started on a sour note already, as the Flyers announced three injuries with significant recovery times, all prior to the start of camp on Tuesday.
Kevin Hayes holds a unique place in the hearts of Philadelphia Flyers fans. To some, he’s a fun-loving, affable power forward with a lethal shot and an eye for setting up teammates like Joel Farabee and potentially Cam Atkinson.