Another Imperfect 10?: Flyers Halfway to Another of Those Streaks
One day, you could be where the Flyers were to start the season, seven wins in the first 12 games. The next though, you can be where the Flyers are right now, mired in a five-game losing streak that is halfway to a mark that has become an identifier of where the franchise currently is.
Panthers Score Twice in 3rd to Hand Flyers 1st Loss
The Flyers' three-game winning streak to start the season was snapped at the hands of the Panthers, who scored two goals in the third period to claim a 4-3 decision on Wednesday night.
Flyers-Panthers Preview: Four in a Row?
Next up is the back end of the Flyers first back-to-back of the season, as they face the Florida Panthers on Wednesday night.
Flyers Notes: Joel Farabee Cleared for Contact, Possible for Opener
Flyers forward Joel Farabee was cleared for contact after visiting with doctors on Thursday, making him a possibility to be in the lineup on opening night.
Flyers Camp Opens with Abundance of Injury News
Before the puck even hits the ice, the Flyers are already dealing with more than their share of injury woes.
Report: Sean Couturier to Miss Significant Time with Back Injury
According to a report from Crossing Broad's Anthony SanFilippo, Flyers forward Sean Couturier suffered a herniated disc and could miss significant time this upcoming season.
Flyers Fans Make Voices Heard in NHL Front Office Rankings Poll
In a poll conducted by The Athletic ranking NHL front office confidence levels based on fan input, the Flyers ranked dead last, 32nd in the NHL.
Tear It Down? Free Agency Failings Shows Why Flyers Need a Front Office Rebuild
On Wednesday, you saw that the current regime is incapable of handling a rebuild. They insisted upon an aggressive retool for a fast fix, not the necessary rebuild needed. Now it’s time to start that rebuild anyway, but focus on the front office that has so clearly set the Flyers back.
John Tortorella Press Conference: Passion for the Game, Excitement for Flyers Opportunity
At his introductory press conference, John Tortorella recalled thinking about what an opportunity to coach in Philadelphia would be like as far back as the 2004 Eastern Conference Finals. Now he gets that opportunity, trying to restore a standard for the Orange and Black emblem that he expressed great respect for on Friday.
Right or Wrong, Flyers Going All-In on Aggressive Offseason
If you were wondering just what the Flyers were going to try to do with this offseason or questioning if they were serious about an aggressive approach, you got your answer on Thursday. Tortorella is only the first piece of what could be a very busy offseason that features equally as many changes and moves as the last, likely even more aggressive than ever before.