2:04 PM EDT, Sat June 23, 2018
Broad Street Hockey 3 hours ago
Flyers give Samuel Morin three year extension

Flyers give Samuel Morin three year extension

Keeping the faith in Sammy. Amidst all of the draft news and welcoming the two newest Flyers, Joel Farabee and Jay O'Brien, to the team, Ron Hextall re-signed a familiar face. Samuel Morin, who will be out most likely until February 2019 with a torn ACL, received a three year extension from the club yesterday as reported by Stephen Whyno. The extension is worth $2.1 million over the three years. Flyers agreed to terms on 3-year deal with Sam Morin. Source: AAV of $700,000— Stephen Whyno (@SWhyno) June 23, 2018 In terms of cap hit alone, this is a great deal for the Flyers. If Morin...

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Broad Street Hockey 20 mins ago
NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Wyatte Wylie with 127th overall

NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Wyatte Wylie with 127th overall

Carter Hart’s teammate joins the Flyers’ system With the 127th overall selection, the Philadelphia Flyers have selected right-handed defenseman Wyatte Wylie out of the Western Hockey League. The Everett Silvertip was one of the biggest risers in Central Scouting’s draft rankings, as he jumped from 179th at the mid-term rankings to 71st in the final rankings. The 6’1”, 192-pound rearguard had six goals and 25 helpers for 31 points in 72 regular season games before he had eight points in 22 games for the Silvertips during their deep postseason run. Wylie failed to score a goal in 81...
Broad Street Hockey 33 mins ago
NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Jack St. Ivany with 112th overall pick

NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Jack St. Ivany with 112th overall pick

Back to back defensemen for the orange and black. At 112th overall, the Philadelphia Flyers selected right handed defenseman John “Jack” St. Ivany from the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL. St. Ivany was ranked 119th by NHL Central Scouting (North American skaters) St. Ivany is another big bodied defenseman standing 6’2” and weighing in at 198 pounds. He scored 36 points in 54 games last season for the Stampede, scoring six goals and assisting on 30. He saw a 26 point increase from his numbers in the 2016-17 season. St. Ivany is a Yale University commit for the upcoming 2018-19...
Broad Street Hockey 1 hour ago
Saturday Morning Scrambles with Broad Street Hockey featuring Jake Fahringer

Saturday Morning Scrambles with Broad Street Hockey featuring Jake Fahringer

We talk 1st round, middle rounds, and a little bit about potential trades! In this edition of Saturday morning scrambles, Jake reviews the first round picks of the Flyers, Joel Farabee and Jay O’Brien. He also talks about potential players to look for in Day 2 of the draft as well as an impromptu report on Flyers 2nd round pick, Adam Ginning. What could the Flyers do on Day 2? What trades may the Flyers have as options? Jake is here to attempt to answer those questions!

Flyers select physical defenseman Adam Ginning of Sweden in 2nd round

The Flyers went for a physical defenseman from Sweden with their second-round pick Saturday in Dallas.
Broad Street Hockey 1 hour ago
NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Adam Ginning with 50th overall

NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Adam Ginning with 50th overall

Ron Hextall adds some size to the prospect pool. At 50th overall, the Philadelphia Flyers have taken left-handed defenseman Adam Ginning. He finished the season ranked as fifth on Central Scouting’s final rankings for European skaters. The 6’4”, 205-pound blue liner spent most of the season with Linkoping HC in the SHL this season, where he had one goal and one assist in 28 regular season games as well as one assist in seven playoff games. Ginning also had a goal and five helpers in 17 games for Linkoping HC’s U-20 team in the SuperElit. As a defender with that size, it’s not...
The Hockey Writers 1 hour ago

Flyers 2018-19 Schedule Facts and Figures

The 1,271-game 2018-19 NHL regular-season schedule has been released, including the 82 that the Philadelphia Flyers will play. That means it’s time to start planning those vacation days for road trips, and to target those days fans will come to check out the newly renovated Wells Fargo Center. The Flyers play in two signature NHL […] The post Flyers 2018-19 Schedule Facts and Figures appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Press of Atlantic City 2 hours ago
Flyers legend Bernie Parent sees magic in the ocean

Flyers legend Bernie Parent sees magic in the ocean

Bernie Parent has spent his most of his life on water.
Press of Atlantic City 13 hours ago
Flyers select speedy LW Joel Farabee with first pick

Flyers select speedy LW Joel Farabee with first pick

DALLAS — The Flyers selected speedy left winger Joel Farabee with their first pick (14th overall) in the first round Friday night in Dallas.

Flyers again choose talent over need | Sam Donnellon

"We go for the best player,'' Flyers general manager Ron Hextall said.
Broad Street Hockey 16 hours ago
NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Jay O’Brien with 19th overall pick

NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Jay O’Brien with 19th overall pick

Flyers grab another forward with prolific high school scorer. With the 19th pick in the draft, the Flyers have selected Jay O’Brien from Thayer Academy (United States). With the 19th overall pick, the #Flyers select Jay O'Brien! #NHLDraft pic.twitter.com/dbVeQvN8Aj— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) June 23, 2018 O’Brien, 18, was the USA Today High School Player of the Year, and has plans to play at Providence College next season. He’s a 5-foot-11, 176-pound center that had 80 points (43G, 37A) in 20 games for Thayer Academy this past season. The @NHLFlyers select Jay...

Flyers select speedy LW Joel Farabee with first pick

The 6-foot, 162-pounder had 15 goals and 40 points in 26 USHL games.
Broad Street Hockey 16 hours ago
NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Joel Farabee with 14th overall pick

NHL Draft 2018: Philadelphia Flyers select Joel Farabee with 14th overall pick

Flyers stay put and make Farabee the pick at No. 14. With the 14th pick in the draft, the Flyers have selected Joel Farabee from USNTDP Juniors, USHL. Farabee is a Boston University commit. Position / Team: LW / USNTDP Juniors, USHL (Boston University committ) 2017-18 Statistics: 15 G, 25 A in 26 GP Size: 6’0” 168 Farabee is one of the more complete players available in this draft and projects as a two-way forward for the Flyers in the near future. He’s 18 years old, a great skater and has a high hockey IQ for his age. He’ll get a chance to hone his game next season at Boston...
Press of Atlantic City Jun 22, 2018
A year later, Nolan Patrick's health a reason for optimism

A year later, Nolan Patrick's health a reason for optimism

It's virtually a straight line, the 1,297 miles that separates Winnipeg from Dallas, a 21-hour trip by car, about three hours by plane.

NHL mock draft: Predicting who the Flyers will pick

It seems Ron Hextall would like to trade up. If he does, keep an eye on Evan Bouchard, a right-handed defenseman with great upside.

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