Flyers-Penguins: Postgame Review
Things keep going from bad to worse for the Flyers as they dropped yet another game to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night, 5-2.
Flyers Get Opportunity to Prove They Belong with East’s Best
Now that the Flyers are comfortably in the playoff picture, it’s time to see where they stand up against tougher competition.
Flyers-Canadiens: Postgame Review
A 1-0 shootout win over the Montreal Canadiens coupled with Washington's 5-1 loss to Columbus moved the Flyers into first place in the Metropolitan Division as the Flyers finished off a dominant February on an all-time high note.
Flyers GM Ron Hextall Backs Team as Flyers Stay Quiet at Deadline
The Flyers made one move earlier on deadline day, adding defenseman Johnny Oduya through waivers. Other than that, the Flyers remained quiet at the deadline.
Flyers Claim D Johnny Oduya Off Waivers
It is trade deadline day, but the Flyers aren't expected to be overly active in the trade department. They did make an addition to the roster.
Simmonds Out 2-3 Weeks, Neuvirth Out 4-6 Weeks
The Flyers announced that forward Wayne Simmonds will be out for two-to-three weeks and goalie Michal Neuvirth will be out for four-to-six weeks with injuries.
In Mrazek Deal, Hextall Rewards Flyers in Push for Playoffs
It may have been a move that was coming all along, but when Michal Neuvirth went down with an injury on Sunday afternoon, joining fellow regular netminder Brian Elliott with a lower-body injury, the Flyers and GM Ron Hextall were forced into action.
Flyers Goalie Brian Elliott Undergoes Surgery, Out 5-6 Weeks
Flyers goalie Brian Elliott had successful surgery to repair a core muscle on Tuesday morning and will be out five to six weeks, GM Ron Hextall announced.
Flyers Captain Claude Giroux Named 1st Star of the Week
It was a very successful week for the Flyers, who claimed wins in four straight games this week. The winning streak was led by their captain Claude Giroux, who took home the NHL's 1st Star of the Week honors.
No Margin for Error in Flyers Playoff Push
It is a grind from here. The Flyers have 33 games left on their schedule, starting with Wednesday’s, and they will all be played within a 67-day span. And given the way the standings look, each game will hold significant meaning.