Team Snapshot
Goals For / Game 2.94 18th
Goals Against / Game 3.41 29th
Power Play % 17.1 23rd
Penalty Kill % 78.5 26th
2018-19 Metropolitan Division Standings
Team W L OTL PTS
Washington 48 26 8 104
NY Islanders 48 27 7 103
Pittsburgh 44 26 12 100
Carolina 46 29 7 99
Columbus 47 31 4 98
Philadelphia 37 37 8 82
NY Rangers 32 36 14 78
New Jersey 31 41 10 72

Philadelphia Flyers News

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  • Looks like @28CGiroux is showing off his dad strength a little early. https://t.co/6t5gvVo6l4

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  • @NHLFlyers • 5d
  • "Strong leader. Good hockey sense. All around player."Not much has changed for Coots over the last 14 years. #TBT https://t.co/zaDLhU2JPC

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  • HBD to birthday twins, Jake Voracek & @oskarlindblom! https://t.co/UokG3osuHt

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  • Two beauties. Same birthday. HBD, Carter & Clarkie! https://t.co/tD2WJQ9GGA

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  • @NHLFlyers • 1w
  • DAYS LEFT. #IsItOctoberYet https://t.co/uCJBEuGkI0

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  • With a new member of the @28CGiroux Crew on the way, Claude and @RyanneGiroux are ready for their baby arrival! https://t.co/VStYe0wSzs

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  • RT @GrittyNHL: I did something. #HotGirlSummer https://t.co/r3LY4WE92d

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    Fansided: Where Do The Philadelphia Flyers Rank In The Metro On Paper?

    There's been a substantial amount of change in the Metro throughout this offseason. Top draft prospects Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko have entered the fray while players such as P.K. Subban, Nikita Gusev, Jacob Trouba, and Semyon Varlamov have joined the Eastern Conference division as well. Artemi Panarin also stayed within the division even though he signed with a new team, going from the Columbus Blue Jackets to the New York Rangers.

    Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Chuck Fletcher did make moves to improve the roster this offseason in his own right, although nearly none of the players he brought in carry the same name value around the league as the talent mentioned above.

    There's been a substantial amount of change in the Metro throughout this offseason. Top draft prospects Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko have entered the fray while players such as P.K. Subban, Nikita Gusev, Jacob Trouba, and Semyon Varlamov have joined the Eastern Conference division as well. Artemi Panarin also stayed within the division even though he signed with a new team, going from the Columbus Blue Jackets to the New York Rangers.

    Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Chuck Fletcher did make moves to improve the roster this offseason in his own right, although nearly none of the players he brought in carry the same name value around the league as the talent mentioned above.

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  • Justin Brauns already showing off what hes bringing to Philly. https://t.co/GDkNz0QCL4

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  • JVR is getting it done in @DaBeautyLeague! https://t.co/7aPUdvwStc

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  • The spirit of Philadelphia...@GrittyNHL.@PhillyMag | https://t.co/gCCDilksFF https://t.co/xqywHZjaro

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  • Break out the SPF. https://t.co/vjpCQtDrX4

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  • Summer Friday vibe. #FridayFeeling https://t.co/ALm7N0C3Hy

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    Fansided: Three Under-The-Radar Philadelphia Flyers Prospects To Watch Next Year

    Most, if not all, Philadelphia Flyers fans know the top prospects by now. Morgan Frost, who's arguably the Flyers top prospect at the moment, Joel Farabee, Isaac Ratcliffe, and German Rubtsov have all become familiar names amongst the fanbase through the past couple of years. There's also the new faces like Cam York and Bobby Brink, who were apart of the seven-player 2019 Philadelphia draft class that took place in late June. All eyes will be on them when training camp, preseason, and the 2019-20 campaign get going, but who are some other lesser-known talents to keep tabs on as the year starts up?

    Most, if not all, Philadelphia Flyers fans know the top prospects by now. Morgan Frost, who's arguably the Flyers top prospect at the moment, Joel Farabee, Isaac Ratcliffe, and German Rubtsov have all become familiar names amongst the fanbase through the past couple of years. There's also the new faces like Cam York and Bobby Brink, who were apart of the seven-player 2019 Philadelphia draft class that took place in late June. All eyes will be on them when training camp, preseason, and the 2019-20 campaign get going, but who are some other lesser-known talents to keep tabs on as the year starts up?

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  • @GrittyNHL right now. https://t.co/Ej2tnswGNw https://t.co/ZhxF85fMGo

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