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Broad Street Hockey 48 mins ago
Oh hey, we wasted our Saturday night too

Oh hey, we wasted our Saturday night too

Another game, another loss. This time a 5-1 clunker in Vancouver. We all stayed up late Friday night to watch the Flyers lose to the Edmonton Oilers, and then we stayed up late again on Saturday to watch them do the same thing in Vancouver. You know the definition of insanity, right? Yeah. Anyhoo, despite the 5-1 loss we still had some things to talk about after the game, including: Some positive things about this team that get lost in the noise The worrisome play of Ivan Provorov and Shayne Gostisbehere The goalie problem that, as bad as it was, has somehow gotten worse The final...
The Hockey Writers 2 hours ago

Canucks Dominate Slumping Flyers

VANCOUVER — Brock Boeser notched a goal and an assist Saturday night, leading his Vancouver Canucks to a 5-1 win over the slumping Philadelphia Flyers. Chris Tanev, Loui Eriksson, Josh Leivo and Markus Granlund also scored for Vancouver (15-16-4),... The post Canucks Dominate Slumping Flyers appeared first on The Hockey Writers.
Broad Street Hockey 9 hours ago
Canucks 5, Flyers 1: Who can say where the road goes?

Canucks 5, Flyers 1: Who can say where the road goes?

Now, about those rumblings... The Flyers have not had a good road-trip lately. No one is having fun, least of all myself, and yet I am still here, sacrificing my Saturday night. Why? Is it a fool’s errand to love this team? Do I accomplish anything with this love? In the wise words of my favorite poet, Richard Siken, “What does all this love amount to?” What, indeed, Richard. Well, I will tell you. The love amounts to rumblings. You know the rumblings. Back at it again with a late-night game, the Flyers did what the Flyers do best: they squandered every opportunity, and looked...
CBC News 9 hours ago
Canucks dominate slumping Flyers in 5-1 win

Canucks dominate slumping Flyers in 5-1 win

Brock Boeser notched a goal and an assist Saturday night, leading his Vancouver Canucks to a 5-1 win over the slumping Philadelphia Flyers.
Sportsnet.ca 10 hours ago
Heat on Flyers coach Dave Hakstol after recent road struggles

Heat on Flyers coach Dave Hakstol after recent road struggles

The Philadelphia Flyers have already made a GM change this season, but more changes could be coming. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Sportsnet.ca 10 hours ago
Flyers’ Scott Laughton undresses Canucks’ defenders for a beautiful goal

Flyers’ Scott Laughton undresses Canucks’ defenders for a beautiful goal

Scott Laughton got the Philadelphia Flyers on the board after he corralled a bouncing puck through the neutral zone, made some sweet moves for a beautiful goal. The post NHL appeared first on Sportsnet.ca.
Broad Street Hockey 13 hours ago
Flyers at Canucks game thread

Flyers at Canucks game thread

This road trip is coming to an end. Wonder if anything else is coming to an end soon... Today’s game begins at 10:00 p.m. ET and can be: Seen on TV locally via NBC Sports Philadelphia (or via stream on the MyTeams App) Seen on TV in Canada via CBC, Sportsnet, Sportsnet 360, Sportsnet One, and City Heard on radio locally via 97.5 The Fanatic Seen or heard elsewhere via Sirius XM, NHL.tv, and NHL Center Ice Apparently, Dave Hakstol will be making some changes to his forward lines in an effort to shake things up tonight: Anthony Stolarz will start in net tonight in Vancouver. Lehtera...
Press of Atlantic City 16 hours ago
Flyers limp home after 5-1 loss to Canucks

Flyers limp home after 5-1 loss to Canucks

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – “Hey, I know everything that’s out there,’’ Philadelphia Flyers coach Dave Hakstol was saying before his Flyers lost 5-1 to the Vancouver Canucks Saturday night for their fourth consecutive loss on this road trip.
Broad Street Hockey 18 hours ago
Flyers get their first look at the Elias Pettersson show in Vancouver

Flyers get their first look at the Elias Pettersson show in Vancouver

Look to rebound after a lifeless 4-1 loss in Edmonton last night that saw Connor McDavid put on a show. The Flyers look to end their five-game road trip on a high note with a win in Vancouver against the Canucks this evening. With last night’s 4-1 loss in Edmonton, the Flyers are 1-2-1 on the trip so far, with the lone win being a 6-2 showing in Buffalo that looks like a mirage given how they’ve looked in the other games so far. Vancouver finds themselves outside of the playoff picture as well, but winners of three of their last five with impressive showings against the Blue Jackets...
Broad Street Hockey 20 hours ago
A statement made in Vancouver

A statement made in Vancouver

A blowout win early in the 2007-08 season set the tone for a wild season. Throughout the season, we’ll be taking a walk down memory lane whenever the Flyers open their season series against an opponent. We’ll be remembering a game, goal, or highlight Philly created while playing against that particular team. It won’t always be the most notable memory the Orange and Black have against that team, but it’ll be something that Flyers’ fans will want to remember. Although they only have two Stanley Cups to their credit, the Philadelphia Flyers are an organization that takes pride in...
Broad Street Hockey 21 hours ago
We’re going to have to talk a little about this Pettersson kid

We’re going to have to talk a little about this Pettersson kid

They’re good on paper, folks. It’s the second day of your weekend and after keeping you up late on your Friday, the Flyers are going to do it to you again as we kick off day two of this Flyers After Dark weekend. Tonight it’s the Vancouver Canucks, and to get ready for the game we were joined by Kent Basky of Nucks Misconduct to have a little chat about the Seattle Kraken’s biggest rival. We covered: Elias Pettersson, and if he’s just a kid having good luck and getting off to a good start or if he’s the real deal. The good-on-paper (relatively) Canucks roster and what is...
Broad Street Hockey 23 hours ago
That was not an inspiring performance from the Flyers last night

That was not an inspiring performance from the Flyers last night

Connor McDavid skates circles around the Flyers in yet another delating loss, this one a 4-1 defeat in Edmonton. Connor McDavid scored twice and added an assist in the Oilers’ 4-1 win over the Flyers at Rogers Place on Friday night. It’s the fourth loss in five games for the reeling Flyers, who sure didn’t look like a team playing with the sense of urgency you need to when you’re a team away from the bottom of the standings. But more on that in a minute. Here are five things we learned from the Flyers’ latest setback, one that really makes it feel like a change has to be coming....
Broad Street Hockey Dec 15, 2018
Why did we all just waste our Friday night watching that?

Why did we all just waste our Friday night watching that?

Honestly? We knew how it was going to end. Hey, the Flyers lost again! What a shock! At least they didn’t blow a two-goal lead with 1:08 left in regulation this time. There were a few things to talk about after the team’s third straight loss, including: How much longer does Dave Hakstol have? What is the future of Anthony Stolarz with this team? Nolan Patrick’s game on the fourth line. Andrew MacDonald is still doing Andrew MacDonald things. Wayne Simmonds needs to stop taking dumb penalties.
Broad Street Hockey Dec 14, 2018
Flyers lose third straight at the hands of McDavid and the Oilers

Flyers lose third straight at the hands of McDavid and the Oilers

Did we really expect anything else? First Period Much of the opening minutes in this one featured a typical game vs. a Ken Hitchcock coached team. Tight checking and not a lot of high quality scoring chances dominated the start tonight, although the Flyers contributed to this with a touch of over passing. Wayne Simmonds had a chance to dart to the net or simply skate in and take a shot, but chose to pass to Jakub Voracek. Later, around the halfway mark of the period, Travis Konecny had a seemingly good chance on a cross ice one timer, but attempted a pass to the net front that was knocked...
Press of Atlantic City Dec 14, 2018
McDavid scores twice as surging Oilers beat Flyers 4-1

McDavid scores twice as surging Oilers beat Flyers 4-1

EDMONTON, Alberta — Connor McDavid had two goals and an assist, Leon Draisaitl added three assists and the resurgent Edmonton Oilers beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-1 on Friday night.

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