Throughout the 53-year history of the Philadelphia Flyers, there have been 21 men to perform the duties of head coach. Some have stuck around for plenty of successful years, while others were shown the door before they’d even coached a full season.
The Philadelphia Flyers, in recent years, have been led by players, like Claude Giroux, Sean Couturier and Jakub Voracek. While they have been a critical part of the franchise, a new era is underway in Philadelphia.
Michael Raffl is going on vacation…kinda. On Saturday morning the Flyers announced that he had been loaned to Austrian club Villacher SV. This came as a slight surprise out of context, but it makes much more sense upon closer inspection and could paint a picture of what the short-term future holds.
The Philadelphia Flyers could have as many as five prospects playing in the 2021 World Junior Hockey Championship in Edmonton. Two players are returning from last year’s Team USA roster, two were invited by Team Canada to their selection camp, and one will most likely crack the Swedish roster.
It didn’t ever feel as though moving Shayne Gostisbehere was a likely probability for the Philadelphia Flyers this offseason, but there were plenty of rumors his name was out there and available in deal.
Dating back to 1967, when the NHL saw its first expansion, the Philadelphia Flyers have had one of the most iconic uniforms in hockey. As one of the only teams to utilize the color orange in their uniform, the Flyers sweaters have almost always stood out.
Mandatory Photo Credit: Alex McIntyre The NHL released another player ranking list and, yet again, I find myself in disagreement. First, it was the claim that Ivan Provorov is not a top twenty defenseman.
The NHL offseason is taking a big breath. As anticipation and speculation build surrounding the start of the upcoming season, teams have largely built their rosters that they believe to be strong enough to take them to a Stanley Cup.
Yesterday, ESPN+ released a column regarding the potential division realignments for the upcoming 2020-2021 NHL season. Much like everything else that has to do with the upcoming season, these realignments are speculative.
The Philadelphia Flyers are very excited about their young goaltender Carter Hart, and for good reason. The 22-year-old has already compiled two impressive seasons, and has the potential to develop into one of the league’s top netminders.
Last month, the Philadelphia Flyers selected Zayde Wisdom and Tyson Foerster in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft. The first-round pick and fourth-round pick respectively have been displaying their efforts in the OHL before being drafted by the Flyers.
All 31 NHL teams released their Adidas Reverse Retro jerseys on Monday after teasing them over the weekend. Some teams knocked it out of the park with gorgeous sweaters and a few produced pretty ugly ones.
By the time the 2020-21 NHL season comes to an end, eight Philadelphia Flyers will be up for new contracts. Of those eight, including four unrestricted (UFA) and four restricted (RFA) free agents, you can expect extensions for players like Carter Hart, Travis Sanheim, and probably Nolan Patrick and Sam Morin.
The Philadelphia Flyers have finally unveiled their Adidas Reverse Retro ADIZERO jersey for the 2020-21 season after weeks of teasing. Adidas have created a ‘reverse retro’ alternate for all 31 NHL teams and they’ll all be used on certain occasions throughout the season.
(Photo: @NHL via Twitter) By Kevin Durso, Sports Talk Philly editor Last month, there was a leak of a possible new jersey coming for the Flyers. It was labeled as part of a league-wide “Reverse Retro” program where all 31 NHL teams would pay homage to their heritage.