2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Montreal Canadiens

After dispatching the Pittsburgh Penguins in four games in the Qualifying Round, the Montreal Canadiens are ready to take on the Philadelphia Flyers. The Habs are hoping to play spoiler and they’ve got to be embracing the underdog role. Montreal has done the upset thing before, notably in 2010 against the Washington Capitals and PenguinsContinue reading “2020 Stanley Cup Playoff Preview: Philadelphia Flyers vs. Montreal Canadiens”

Flyers: Lindblom Could Return for Playoffs

The Philadelphia Flyers may get a nice surprise with Oskar Lindblom potentially back in the fold in time for the post-season. “We’re hopeful that Oskar will be one of our 31 players we bring to the bubble in Toronto,” Flyers general manager Chuck Fletcher said. “We’ve been working toward that. We’ll see how the nextContinue reading “Flyers: Lindblom Could Return for Playoffs”

Flyers: Oskar Lindblom Skates Again

It’s been a rough few months for many people for many different reasons, but Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom skated with his team Tuesday. That is something to celebrate. The Tuesday skate marked one of the few times he’s strapped on the skates since he was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer inContinue reading “Flyers: Oskar Lindblom Skates Again”

2019-2020 Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers

After failing to qualify for the playoffs for the second time in the last three seasons, the Philadelphia Flyers had to make changes. Enter head coach Alain Vigneault, who took over the gig after Scott Gordon took over the gig from Dave Haktstol. Gordon will return to coach Lehigh Valley in the AHL. The FlyersContinue reading “2019-2020 Season Preview: Philadelphia Flyers”

What Went Wrong: Philadelphia Flyers

The Philadelphia Flyers took a step back in 2018-2019, posting a 37-37-8 record for a total of 82 points. In 2017-2018, they managed 42 wins and made the playoffs. Pittsburgh eliminated them in six games, but it was a step in the right direction. 2018-2019 was, therefore, a step in the wrong direction. The FlyersContinue reading “What Went Wrong: Philadelphia Flyers”