1. Philadelphia Flyers Trade for Rights to Ilya Bryzgalov

    Earlier this evening, news broke that the Philadelphia Flyers traded for soon-to-be-free agent goaltender Ilya Bryzgalov of the Phoenix Coyotes ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 1,955 reads 24 comments

  2. Philadelphia Flyers Trade Rumors: 7 Players Who Should Be on Their Radar

    With the NHL season nearing its end, it's time for fans to start thinking about the availability of certain players through trades...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 6,839 reads 10 comments

  3. NHL Free Agency: Simon Gagne Returns to the Philadelphia Flyers?

    A few days ago, there were some rumors flying around that the Flyers were looking to bring Simon Gagne back to Philadelphia...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 5,893 reads 17 comments

  4. NHL Winter Classic 2012: The Venue Is Set, Now Time for the Sweaters

    Rumors started to circulate today about the jerseys that will be worn in Philadelphia for the 2012 NHL Winter Classic between the Flyers and New York Rangers ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 22,986 reads 18 comments

  5. NHL: Matt Read a Starter for the 2011-2012 Philadelphia Flyers?

    Matt Read, the 5'11" winger from Bemidji State University (who? what?), will most likely get the call up to the Flyers by the start of next season. In college, Read average 2...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 5,392 reads 5 comments

  6. Philadelphia Flyers: 3-Step Offseason Plan

    Welp, another season and another disappointing end for Flyers fans. The worst type of seasons are the ones that end prematurely due to poor management...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 7,581 reads 28 comments

  7. NHL Playoffs 2011: Why Sergei Bobrovsky Deserves to Be Starting for the Flyers

    I have three rules which I live by: never leave a drink unattended; do not partake in a ground war with China; DO NOT MESS WITH RUSSIANS ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 925 reads 3 comments

  8. Philadelphia Flyers: The Offseason Solution to Their Goaltending Mess

    As Adrian Dater of SportsIllustrated.com so frankly pointed out, goalies in Philadelphia are "defined as an afterthought...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 5,790 reads 25 comments

  9. 2011 NHL Playoffs: Complete Playoff Predictions for Every Second-Round Series

    Wow. One of the best first rounds in NHL playoffs history has just concluded and, as a fan, I can tell you that my heart can't take much more of these close finishes...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about 3 years ago 25,850 reads 28 comments

  10. Philadelphia Flyers: What We Learned From the Loss to the Washington Capitals

    From now until the end of the regular season you are going to effortlessly witness sports writers across the country—but particularly in Philly—doubting the Flyers as they get ready to make a Stanley Cup run...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 593 reads 3 comments

  11. A Possible Solution for Philadelphia Flyers' Inability To Close Games

    The game last night against the Thrashers was simply disgusting, and the outcome was inexcusable. The third period—especially if you have a lead—is where your team should be playing its most aggressive hockey...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,750 reads 6 comments

  12. Philadelphia Flyers: It's Just a Case of Cleaning Up After Yourself

    What did the rest of the Flyers season and their game on Tuesday night have in common? Not much. BUT, there was a certain aspect of that game that got me pretty excited. The Flyers were cleaning up the trash in front of the net...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,351 reads 7 comments

  13. Chris Pronger Channels His Inner People's Champ

    It’s not very often that a professional sports team is able to say that they have a seasoned veteran who isn’t scared to tell his/her teammates what they really think...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,084 reads 1 comments

  14. Philadelphia Flyers Get Back on Track Against Edmonton Oilers

    Sure, it was just one game, but the Flyers came out against Edmonton with speed, passion and desire. Though they didn’t keep up the pace as the game progressed, the Flyers ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 231 reads 3 comments

  15. Philadelphia Flyers Fans, Don't Panic Yet!

    7-0. That was the final score of today’s bout between the top-seeded Philadelphia Flyers and the bitter rival New York Rangers . The frightening thing about that scoreline is that the win belongs to New York...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 843 reads 11 comments

  16. Philadelphia Flyers: Complacency Is the Deadliest of All Misfortunes

    I don’t even know if you could call complacency a “misfortune.” It’s more self-inflicted than externally imposed. There are two things that can kill a sports team down the stretch: injuries and complacency...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 715 reads 2 comments

  17. Philadelphia Flyers: Nikolay Zherdev Is Getting Played Big Time

    Disclaimer: I hate Nikolay Zherdev. Now that you’ve peeled your eyelids back to make sure you read that right, I just want to say a few words on the supposed permanent benching of Z by the Flyers coaching staff...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 2,301 reads 20 comments

  18. Kris Versteeg: Philadelphia Flyers Acquire Left Winger from Toronto Maple Leafs

    It looks as though one of the Flyers trade rumors have officially come true. The Toronto Maple Leafs have sent 24-year-old left winger Kris Versteeg to the Flyers for first- and third-round draft picks in the 2011 NHL Draft...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 554 reads 6 comments

  19. Philadelphia Flyers Putting the “Power” Back in Power Play

    Like in all sports, a team’s flaws are most exposed in games of great importance. The main flaw—if you can even call it one—for the Flyers before the All-Star break was the power play; they were ranked an ugly 19 th in the NHL ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 556 reads 1 comments

  20. Philadelphia Flyers: It's a Plus/Minus Game for Andrej Meszaros

    Before the start of this season, I wrote a piece here on Bleacher Report about the possible emergence of Andrej Meszaros after being picked up from Tampa Bay ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 635 reads 6 comments

  21. Philadelphia Flyers Player Spotlight: Who Exactly Is Sergei Bobrovsky?

    I’m sure you all know who he is, but this article is a deeper look into Bob’s life. Bob was born in Novokuznetsk, Russia, which is approximately 1,200 miles from Moscow and had a high temperature of nine degrees today...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,156 reads 6 comments

  22. Follow Philadelphia Flyers' Defenseman Matt Carle on Twitter For Charity

    Twitter is a very powerful tool that, if used correctly, could provide a lot of benefits for celebrities and professional athletes...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 421 reads 2 comments

  23. Philadelphia Flyers: Grading the Players Slated to Become Free Agents

    Now that the core of players for the Flyers has been ironed out, it’s time to cut the fat. The Flyers will have seven players who will become free agents after this season; ...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,872 reads 15 comments

  24. Nikolay Zherdev Will Kill The Philadelphia Flyers In The Playoffs

    Most of you have probably heard or perhaps even thought of this statement before. It’s now getting to the point where the Flyers’ front office really needs to take a look at the line-stability going into the playoffs...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 2,957 reads 33 comments

  25. Philadelphia Flyers Are Geared Up for a Second-Half Stanley Cup Run

    The second half of the NHL season, primarily after the All-Star break, is always a nerve-wracking time for hockey fans. If you're a Flyers fan, you remember the second half of the 2009-2010 season as being a memorable one...

    Dominic Perilli Written by Dominic Perilli about over 3 years ago 1,042 reads 9 comments