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  • @NHLFlyers • 22h

    Fansided: Losing Streak Extends To Four As Philadelphia Flyers Lose To Stars

    Following a blow out loss to the Edmonton Oilers, the Philadelphia Flyers played host to the Dallas Stars hoping to right the ship and snap a three-game losing skid. Carter Hart received the start from Head Coach Alain Vigneault, opposing Ben Bishop in-net for Dallas. Hart was looking to regain some confidence after allowing four goals on 16 shots against Edmonton and not let the poor showing in front of his hometown crowd get the best of him.

    The Flyers got off to a quick start, as Sean Couturier scored just 43 seconds into the first period to give his team a 1-0 lead.

    Following a blow out loss to the Edmonton Oilers, the Philadelphia Flyers played host to the Dallas Stars hoping to right the ship and snap a three-game losing skid. Carter Hart received the start from Head Coach Alain Vigneault, opposing Ben Bishop in-net for Dallas. Hart was looking to regain some confidence after allowing four goals on 16 shots against Edmonton and not let the poor showing in front of his hometown crowd get the best of him.

    The Flyers got off to a quick start, as Sean Couturier scored just 43 seconds into the first period to give his team a 1-0 lead.

  • @NHLFlyers • 1d
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    Philly Sports Network: Flyers Preview: Stars Need to Align for Flyers

    The Flyers finally return home, as in the Wells Fargo Center and not Prague, for a Saturday night showdown against the 1-7-1 Dallas Stars. The first of two Philadelphia/Dallas showdowns of the weekend, the Flyers are looking to right the ship after 3 consecutive losses in western Canada.

    The Flyers took 1 point out of 6 possible against Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton. The Stars have dropped their last 5 contests, being outscored 18-7 during that span. Their powerplay converted 1 of 15 chances over those 5 games as well.

    The Flyers have posted 14 goals in their 5 games played to thus point, 6 coming on the man advantage.

    The Flyers finally return home, as in the Wells Fargo Center and not Prague, for a Saturday night showdown against the 1-7-1 Dallas Stars. The first of two Philadelphia/Dallas showdowns of the weekend, the Flyers are looking to right the ship after 3 consecutive losses in western Canada.

    The Flyers took 1 point out of 6 possible against Vancouver, Calgary, and Edmonton. The Stars have dropped their last 5 contests, being outscored 18-7 during that span. Their powerplay converted 1 of 15 chances over those 5 games as well.

    The Flyers have posted 14 goals in their 5 games played to thus point, 6 coming on the man advantage.

  • @NHLFlyers • 1d

    Broad Street Hockey: Checking out the competition: Stars gonna Stars

    The Stars are off to a pretty bad start, which means they start to turn things around in Philly, right? Maybe not! We're joined by Taylor Baird of Defending Big D to preview how the Stars match up against the Flyers.

    The Stars are off to a pretty bad start, which means they start to turn things around in Philly, right? Maybe not! We're joined by Taylor Baird of Defending Big D to preview how the Stars match up against the Flyers.

  • @NHLFlyers • 2d

    Fansided: Three 2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers Early Season Observations

    I think it's safe to say that Philadelphia Flyers fans have already experienced a typical season from the team in just five games to start the campaign. We've seen the good in Philadelphia beginning the year 2-0-0 for the first time since 2011-12, the bad in their poor effort against the Calgary Flames, and the flat out ugly against the Edmonton Oilers (let's not get into that). They've also been on the wrong side of a blowout, lost in a shootout, and have had a former player score on them just to round everything out.

    The Flyers currently possess a 2-2-1 record with five points, ranking sixth in the Metropolitan Division, 13th in the Eastern Conference, and tied for 23rd with the Arizona Coyotes in the entire league at the time this was written.

    I think it's safe to say that Philadelphia Flyers fans have already experienced a typical season from the team in just five games to start the campaign. We've seen the good in Philadelphia beginning the year 2-0-0 for the first time since 2011-12, the bad in their poor effort against the Calgary Flames, and the flat out ugly against the Edmonton Oilers (let's not get into that). They've also been on the wrong side of a blowout, lost in a shootout, and have had a former player score on them just to round everything out.

    The Flyers currently possess a 2-2-1 record with five points, ranking sixth in the Metropolitan Division, 13th in the Eastern Conference, and tied for 23rd with the Arizona Coyotes in the entire league at the time this was written.

  • @NHLFlyers • 3d

    Broad Street Hockey: Oilers 6, Flyers 3: C'mon, not like this

    The Flyers lost on Wednesday night in Edmonton by a score of 6-3. If you didn't stay up very late to see the Flyers' second loss in as many nights, good on you; here's Kyle's recap. Let's talk about it some more here.

    We're now five games into the season, which is just enough time to really start looking at the big picture. Which is quite a shame, because for whatever good has come out of the first two weeks of the season, the backdrop of Wednesday night's game -- and this entire three-game road trip that it concluded -- makes it hard for this team to make the argument that things are much better than they were last year or really any point over the past few years.

    The Flyers lost on Wednesday night in Edmonton by a score of 6-3. If you didn't stay up very late to see the Flyers' second loss in as many nights, good on you; here's Kyle's recap. Let's talk about it some more here.

    We're now five games into the season, which is just enough time to really start looking at the big picture. Which is quite a shame, because for whatever good has come out of the first two weeks of the season, the backdrop of Wednesday night's game -- and this entire three-game road trip that it concluded -- makes it hard for this team to make the argument that things are much better than they were last year or really any point over the past few years.

  • @NHLFlyers • 3d

    Fansided: Philadelphia Flyers: Canadian Junior Prospects Continue To Impress

    If one thing's been certain for the Philadelphia Flyers through these past few years, it's whenever the NHL team is performing poorly; fans can always look to their prospect pool to cheer themselves up. Even with the Morgan Frost's and Joel Farabee's of the world currently playing in the AHL, the Flyers still have plenty of talent playing well all over the globe, including the Canadian Junior Hockey Leagues. So, to help get that horrific loss to the Edmonton Oilers out of your mind, let's take a look at a couple of Flyers CHL prospects, shall we?

    If one thing's been certain for the Philadelphia Flyers through these past few years, it's whenever the NHL team is performing poorly; fans can always look to their prospect pool to cheer themselves up. Even with the Morgan Frost's and Joel Farabee's of the world currently playing in the AHL, the Flyers still have plenty of talent playing well all over the globe, including the Canadian Junior Hockey Leagues. So, to help get that horrific loss to the Edmonton Oilers out of your mind, let's take a look at a couple of Flyers CHL prospects, shall we?

  • @NHLFlyers • 3d

    Broad Street Hockey: Philippe Myers was on fire in his Phantoms [re]debut

    The new Phantoms season is upon us, and in perhaps a shocking (to at least some of us) development, Philippe Myers was assigned to Lehigh Valley and made his regular season debut with the team this past weekend.

    We understand that it was a move that had to be made for the Flyers to be cap compliant to start the season, but it was still somewhat jarring to see, after watching him, ostensibly, graduate to the NHL last season.

    And what did we learn from his first weekend back? That Myers is almost hilariously too good for the AHL.

    The new Phantoms season is upon us, and in perhaps a shocking (to at least some of us) development, Philippe Myers was assigned to Lehigh Valley and made his regular season debut with the team this past weekend.

    We understand that it was a move that had to be made for the Flyers to be cap compliant to start the season, but it was still somewhat jarring to see, after watching him, ostensibly, graduate to the NHL last season.

    And what did we learn from his first weekend back? That Myers is almost hilariously too good for the AHL.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d

    Fansided: Philadelphia Flyers vs Flames: Defense Must Hold Strong

    The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to bounce back from their shoot out lost to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, as they head to Calgary to take on the Flames at 9:00PM EST on ESPN+. The Flyers are 2-0-1 on the season with impressive wins over the Chicago Blackhawk in the Czech Republic, and a shut out victory over rivals, New Jersey Devils. The Flames are 2-3-1 as they are coming off a loss on Sunday to the San Jose Sharks, 3-1, are looking to get back on a winning streak on their home ice.

    For the Flyers, Brian Elliott, who will get his first start of the 2019-20 regular season between the pipes, needs to be a factor in-game, along with his defense to help keep the puck from going anywhere near the net.

    The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to bounce back from their shoot out lost to the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, as they head to Calgary to take on the Flames at 9:00PM EST on ESPN+. The Flyers are 2-0-1 on the season with impressive wins over the Chicago Blackhawk in the Czech Republic, and a shut out victory over rivals, New Jersey Devils. The Flames are 2-3-1 as they are coming off a loss on Sunday to the San Jose Sharks, 3-1, are looking to get back on a winning streak on their home ice.

    For the Flyers, Brian Elliott, who will get his first start of the 2019-20 regular season between the pipes, needs to be a factor in-game, along with his defense to help keep the puck from going anywhere near the net.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d

    Fansided: Sloppy Play Plagues Philadelphia Flyers In 3-1 Loss To Flames

    Coming off a 3-2 shootout loss at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, the Philadelphia Flyers continued on their Western Canadian road trip as they traveled to Calgary to take on the Flames. Brian Elliott got his first start of the 2019-20 regular-season against his former team and opposed David Rittich in the crease. Rittich had a rough go of it in his last contest, surrendering six goals on 30 shots to the Vegas Golden Knights. The Flyers had to pick up where the Knights left off and prevent the 27-year-old goaltender from gaining any confidence.

    Coming off a 3-2 shootout loss at the hands of the Vancouver Canucks on Saturday, the Philadelphia Flyers continued on their Western Canadian road trip as they traveled to Calgary to take on the Flames. Brian Elliott got his first start of the 2019-20 regular-season against his former team and opposed David Rittich in the crease. Rittich had a rough go of it in his last contest, surrendering six goals on 30 shots to the Vegas Golden Knights. The Flyers had to pick up where the Knights left off and prevent the 27-year-old goaltender from gaining any confidence.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d

    Broad Street Hockey: Flyers prospect report: Bobby Brink and Olle Lycksell have been this season's early performers

    Welcome to BSH's weekly prospect update, where we will be serving up stats and insight on what our homegrown players have been up to. This will include prospects in Canadian Juniors (BCHL, OHL, QMJHL & WHL), Europe (SHL, KHL), and NCAA college hockey. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

    2018 1st Round Pick, 19th overall

    21 points (7 goals, 14 assists) in 12 games seems good for a 1st round pick playing in the BCHL, but who really knows. At least O'Brien is producing.

    2019 4th Round Pick, 103rd overall

    Still an incredibly quiet start for Millman, who has been held scoreless (including his last seven) in all but one game this season.

    Welcome to BSH's weekly prospect update, where we will be serving up stats and insight on what our homegrown players have been up to. This will include prospects in Canadian Juniors (BCHL, OHL, QMJHL & WHL), Europe (SHL, KHL), and NCAA college hockey. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments.

    2018 1st Round Pick, 19th overall

    21 points (7 goals, 14 assists) in 12 games seems good for a 1st round pick playing in the BCHL, but who really knows. At least O'Brien is producing.

    2019 4th Round Pick, 103rd overall

    Still an incredibly quiet start for Millman, who has been held scoreless (including his last seven) in all but one game this season.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d

    Broad Street Hockey: BSH reacts to the Chris Stewart signing

    They've done it, folks! The Flyers signed Chris Stewart, and some of the contributors here at BSH have some thoughts on that. Let's get into it

    Steph: I think it's clear he's not a good NHL player and that the Flyers have better options in their system. But I just don't care. Maybe I used all of my give-a-fuck during the Haksol era, but I simply don't care. If he's getting 8 minutes a night, whatever. If he's getting 8 minutes a night in critical situations and he's blowing games for the team, then I will be singing a very different tune.

    They've done it, folks! The Flyers signed Chris Stewart, and some of the contributors here at BSH have some thoughts on that. Let's get into it

    Steph: I think it's clear he's not a good NHL player and that the Flyers have better options in their system. But I just don't care. Maybe I used all of my give-a-fuck during the Haksol era, but I simply don't care. If he's getting 8 minutes a night, whatever. If he's getting 8 minutes a night in critical situations and he's blowing games for the team, then I will be singing a very different tune.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d
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    Philly Sports Network: Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Calgary Flames

    Saturday night into Sunday morning, the Philadelphia Flyers played the Vancouver Canucks close. Carter Hart and Jacob Markstrom both played well for their teams in goal, but the Canucks got the win. The Flyers went to a shootout, which is never good news to Philadelphia fans, and that trend continued. Tanner Pearson put the game-winning goal behind Hart in the shootout and the Flyers received their first loss of the season. There was a silver lining however in the fact that Philadelphia would receive a point towards the overall standings for going into overtime.

    On Sunday, hours after the Philadelphia Flyers caught their first loss in the 2019-2020 NHL season, the Calgary Flames lost to the San Jose Sharks.

    Saturday night into Sunday morning, the Philadelphia Flyers played the Vancouver Canucks close. Carter Hart and Jacob Markstrom both played well for their teams in goal, but the Canucks got the win. The Flyers went to a shootout, which is never good news to Philadelphia fans, and that trend continued. Tanner Pearson put the game-winning goal behind Hart in the shootout and the Flyers received their first loss of the season. There was a silver lining however in the fact that Philadelphia would receive a point towards the overall standings for going into overtime.

    On Sunday, hours after the Philadelphia Flyers caught their first loss in the 2019-2020 NHL season, the Calgary Flames lost to the San Jose Sharks.

  • @NHLFlyers • 5d

    Philly Sports Network: Flyers Prospects Weekly: Joel Farabee Shines in First Weekend with Phantoms

    "Flyers Prospects Weekly" is a new weekly column at Philly Sports Network providing you with snapshots into the Philadelphia Flyers farm system. It will highlight prospects that stood out that particular week for their respective teams.

    NHL/AHL/ECHL Carsen Twarynski

    Twarynski recorded his first career goal in the NHL Saturday night in Vancouver. The Flyers caught the Canucks off guard during a line change and Twarynski sent a missile towards the net, beating Jacob Markstrom. The 21-year-old is playing around 11 minutes a game and showing some early signs that he deserves to remain with the Flyers.

    "Flyers Prospects Weekly" is a new weekly column at Philly Sports Network providing you with snapshots into the Philadelphia Flyers farm system. It will highlight prospects that stood out that particular week for their respective teams.

    NHL/AHL/ECHL Carsen Twarynski

    Twarynski recorded his first career goal in the NHL Saturday night in Vancouver. The Flyers caught the Canucks off guard during a line change and Twarynski sent a missile towards the net, beating Jacob Markstrom. The 21-year-old is playing around 11 minutes a game and showing some early signs that he deserves to remain with the Flyers.

  • @NHLFlyers • 1w

    Broad Street Hockey: Checking out the competition: West coast time, baby

    Remember when Dave Hakstol got fired after a Vancouver Canucks game?

    Remember when Dave Hakstol got fired after a Vancouver Canucks game?

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