Flyers Rookie Camp Update: Frost Shows-off Speed
Flyers rookies took the ice Monday morning with several big name prospects in attendance. That included 2017 first-round pick Morgan Frost, one of the team’s top forward prospects.
Flyers D Andrew MacDonald Suffers Lower-body Injury, Out Six Weeks
Another Flyer has suffered an offseason injury and this one will likely delay his start to the season.
Flyers Announce Local TV Broadcast Schedule for 2018-19 Season
The Flyers will be regularly broadcast on NBC Sports Philadelphia throughout the season, starting with the regular season opener on Oct. 4 against the Vegas Golden Knights at 10PM.
Wayne Simmonds on Possible Extension with Flyers: ‘We Continue to Talk’
Wayne Simmonds addressed his contract and a possible extension with the Flyers for the first time on Wednesday in a meeting with reporters in Toronto.
Is Sean Couturier the Flyers Most Valuable Player?
When Sean Couturier has not been in the Flyers lineup, there is a significant drop in talent and the Flyers lose depth as a result, greatly altering the level of play on the ice.
Report: Flyers, James van Riemsdyk Reunite in Big Free Agent Deal
According to multiple reports, the Flyers and forward James van Riemsdyk have agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal that will become official when free agency opens at noon on Sunday.
With Hart, Flyers Goalie Question May Be Answered Soon
It was a disappointing end to a stellar junior career for Carter Hart, who was WHL Player and Goaltender of the Year and set a WHL record for shutouts in a career, but now his sights are set on the NHL.
In Taking Lead for Phantoms, Myers Providing Glimpse of Flyers’ Future
Phil Myers is sometimes the forgotten prospect on a blue line that now has five players with NHL experience, simply because he is marinating in the AHL at the moment.
Hextall Not Satisfied With 1st-Round Exit But Stands by ‘Process’
“We lost out in the first round this year. That’s not good enough,” Hextall said. “We’re the Philadelphia Flyers and we take pride in being a franchise that winning is the only thing. That hasn’t changed."
Flyers Not Ready to Challenge League’s Elite Teams Yet
The Flyers made things interesting with a Game 5 win and a 4-2 lead midway through Game 6, but the Pittsburgh Penguins ultimately proved to be too overpowering for the orange and black.