1. Are Philadelphia Flyers Giving Brayden Schenn a Raw Deal by Sending Him Down?

    Yesterday, the Philadelphia Flyers announced that they had waived three players (Blair Betts, Matt Walker and Oskars Bartulis) and had loaned three more to the Adirondack Phantoms ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 2,492 reads 18 comments

  2. Philadelphia Flyers: 9 Reasons They Are the Favorites in the East

    Two seasons ago, the Philadelphia Flyers came within two wins of a Stanley Cup thanks to a miraculous playoff run...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 6,238 reads 25 comments

  3. NHL Predictions: 9 Bandwagons You Can Jump off of Now

    Part of being a sports fan is dealing with the highs and lows of your favorite team. A glorious playoff win is unappreciated if the fan knows nothing of a devastating defeat...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 1,986 reads 70 comments

  4. NHL Safety: Philadelphia Flyers Should Be Ashamed

    Pit a true hockey fan against a fan of any sport, and the hockey fan will always argue that the “greatest game on ice” is the toughest sport in the world...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 2,120 reads 42 comments

  5. The 12 Days of Hockey: A Flyers Fan's Wish List for 2011-12

    In 12 days, the Philadelphia Flyers will face off against the Boston Bruins to open the 2011-12 season. Each new season brings a new set of wishes for hockey fans, and Flyers fans have a new, interesting wish list for the coming year...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 1,653 reads 15 comments

  6. Philadelphia Flyers: 6 Things We've Already Learned from Preseason

    Training camp and preseason offer NHL coaches a chance to get a good look at the incoming players that want to compete for only a few roster spots, while getting the sure-thing veterans ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 4,392 reads 37 comments

  7. 5 Reasons Chris Pronger is the NHL's Ultimate Enforcer

    The uninformed hockey fan might think of an enforcer as a player who is merely a good fighter. Someone whose moment of glory occurs as he victoriously skates to the penalty box, pumping ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 6,642 reads 4 comments

  8. 5 Flyers Starters Who Could Be Benched for Opening Night

    With training camp underway, the revamped Philadelphia Flyers roster has begun to take shape, and many experts and amateurs alike have made their predictions for the team’s starting lineup when the first puck drops...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about almost 3 years ago 2,230 reads 4 comments

  9. Philadelphia Flyers: Can the Broad Street Bullies Still Intimidate Opponents?

    Optimistic Flyers fans look at the 2011 offseason and see a team with a bright future, invested heavily in skilled players with big potential who will become a force...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 829 reads 4 comments

  10. NHL 2011-12: Is It Sunny in Philadelphia for the Flyers?

    This Thursday, the FX network will air the premiere of the seventh season of the hit show It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 966 reads 9 comments

  11. Philadelphia Flyers: Jeff Carter and 6 Others Betrayed by the Organization

    As one of the most historic franchises in the NHL , the Philadelphia Flyers have their share of stories, positive and negative...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 7,460 reads 16 comments

  12. Philadelphia Flyers: 7 Obstacles on the Road to the NHL Playoffs

    In Philadelphia, the terms “hockey” and “playoffs” seem to go hand in hand. The team’s fan base has passion that rivals the most popular Canadian teams and the franchise itself has missed the playoffs only once since 1995...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,205 reads 1 comments

  13. NHL 2011-12: 6 Reasons All Eyes Will Be on Hockey This Year

    Like him or not, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman's job is not an enviable one. Each season, he is expected to increase interest in a sport about which the average American is apathetic, ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 310 reads 1 comments

  14. NHL's One-Month Countdown: Last-Minute Entries on a Hockey Fan's "To-Do List"

    While the Boston Bruins haven’t yet gotten the taste of champagne sipped from Lord Stanley’s Cup out of their mouths, the 29 other teams in the league are preparing to make their own run at hockey’s hardware...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 628 reads 22 comments

  15. Philadelphia Flyers: Why 2011-12 Is No Rebuilding Year

    Imagine what would happen if the Pittsburgh Penguins traded away Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin within a matter of hours, a day before the draft and a week before free agency...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,666 reads 18 comments

  16. Philadelphia Flyers: JVR and 6 Players to Keep for the Next 6 Years

    Two days ago, the Philadelphia Flyers announced that they had signed forward James van Riemsdyk to a six-year contract extension that would keep the budding superstar in the City of Brotherly Love through the 2017-18 season...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,170 reads 2 comments

  17. Philadelphia Flyers: 6 Positional Battles to Watch for This Season

    The 2011-12 Philadelphia Flyers roster has more new faces than the team has seen in years. With these new faces comes many question marks about the make up of Peter Laviolette’s squad in the coming year...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 548 reads 11 comments

  18. Sergei Bobrovsky: How Do the Flyers Handle an Elite Backup Goalie?

    Ilya Bryzgalov was the most important offseason acquisition the Philadelphia Flyers made, but his signing caused Flyers fans to begin asking questions about last season's starting ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,070 reads 45 comments

  19. Peter Laviolette: Can He Lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a Championship?

    It has been less than two years since Peter Laviolette was given the Philadelphia Flyers head coaching job, yet he has already coached the team to 18 playoff wins and gotten within two games up hoisting the Stanley Cup...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 560 reads 4 comments

  20. Philadelphia Flyers: The 12 Most Regrettable Mistakes in Team History

    Outside of the Original Six, the Flyers are arguably the most storied franchise in NHL history. From the Broad Street Bullies, who won two Cups and defeated the Soviets in the ...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 15,331 reads 50 comments

  21. Philadelphia Flyers: Ranking the Goalies from Hextall to Today

    Since Ron Hextall joined the Philadelphia Flyers in 1986, the Orange and Black has had fifteen different players wearing the pads...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 5,548 reads 14 comments

  22. How a Healthy Chris Pronger Makes the Philadelphia Flyers a Playoff Team

    Recently, Comcast SportsNet’s Tim Panaccio reported that Flyers ' defenseman Chris Pronger fully expects to play a full 82-game season this year, even though he will almost certainly miss the preseason...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 277 reads 2 comments

  23. Mr. Everything: The 5 Most Versatile Players on the Philadelphia Flyers

    When GM Paul Holmgren traded away Jeff Carter and Mike Richards earlier this summer, the team didn’t simply lose two recognizable faces or its captain and an alternate. The roles played by Carter and Richards were numerous and important...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,071 reads 0 comments

  24. Power Ranking Every Coach in Philadelphia Flyers History

    On the verge of entering their 45th season in the NHL , the Philadelphia Flyers have hit their share of the good, the bad and the ugly as one of hockey's most historic expansion teams...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 1,325 reads 6 comments

  25. The Vancouver Canucks and 6 Other Teams That Could Win the Presidents' Trophy

    Each season, the Presidents' Trophy is awarded to the NHL that accumulates the highest number of points over the course of the 82 game season...

    Dan Kelley Written by Dan Kelley about 3 years ago 992 reads 32 comments