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4/9 BOS 5 at PHI 3 Lost F
4/8 PHI 0 at NYI 4 Lost F
4/6 PHI 1 at DAL 4 Lost F
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4/2 PHI 2 at PIT 4 Lost F
4/1 BUF 6 at PHI 3 Lost F
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Danny Briere: Flyers are open to trading goaltender Carter Hart
The Flyers are open to trading goaltender Carter Hart, general manager Danny Briere said Saturday in an interview on 94.1 WIP. ”Most likely, Carter will be our goalie for the future, but I'm not in a position to turn down anything,” Briere said. Hart, who turns 25 in August, went 22-23-10 last season for the Flyers, with a .907 save percentage and a 2.94 goals-against average.
Posted: 05/27/2023

Rangers-Islanders, Devils-Flyers to play MetLife Stadium games in February: report
The Rangers are no strangers to playing in the elements, and they’ll reportedly be back outside as part of the NHL Stadium Series again this season.
Posted: 05/24/2023

Wells Fargo Center: Philadelphia International
- Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Distance between airport and arena: 6.1 miles (10-minute drive, 60-minute public transit) - Teams or events venue is known for: Philadelphia 76ers (NBA), Philadelphia Flyers (NHL) - Arena capacity: 16,100 Fans of the 76ers and Flyers don't get to cash in championship bragging rights too often as their last two titles came in 1975 (Flyers) and 1983 (76ers). But that doesn't make Philly's sports fans any less fanatical. If you fly in for the Flyers or come to watch seven-footer Joel Embiid's hoops magic act for the Sixers, grab a cab at the airport and you'll be at Wells Fargo Center in less time than it took John Hancock to sign the Declaration of Independence
Posted: 05/23/2023

Tuesday Morning Fly By: More like Cutter Goat-hier
Tuesday Morning Fly By: More like Cutter Goat-hier Cutter Gauthier is lighting up Worlds and showing his potential as the Flyers' top forward prospect. Mike Dusak May 23, 2023 • 1 min read Morning Fly By credit: Heather Barry / Heather Barry Images Share *Philadelphia Flyers President of Hockey Operations joined the gang on BSH radio! [ BSH ] *Cutter Gauthier has been leading the charge for USA Hockey over at Worlds. [ BSH ] *New 32 Thoughts pod with details on a certain former Toronto Maple Leafs GM's potential to land with the Pittsburgh Penguins. [ Sportsnet ] *Taking a look at Rasmus Ristolainen's 2022-23 season and what's to come. [ BSH ] *Dalibor Dvorsky would certianly be an intriguing
Posted: 05/23/2023

2022-23 Player Review: Rasmus Ristolainen is at least an NHL Defenseman
Rasmus Ristolainen entered this past season with far and away one of the worst contracts for a defenseman in the NHL. There was no reason for Chuck Fletcher to ever acquire him in the first place, but he's here now, and he isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Ristolainen had the task of singlehandedly justifying one of the more boneheaded moves in NHL history, and quite simply he does not have the ability to do such. It's not entirely Larsson's fault he was traded for a player much more talented and valuable than him, but unfortunately it still naturally puts a burden on his shoulders to perform to a level that for him is near-impossible in order to somewhat justify the decision.
Posted: 05/22/2023

Ex-Flyers adding magic to Florida's Cinderella run in Stanley Cup playoffs
With the Flyers out of the playoffs for the past three seasons, local hockey nuts need someone to root for in the chase for the Stanley Cup. The Panthers barely made it into postseason play and there were plenty of question marks, such as who was going to play in goal once competition got underway. The Panthers, winners of the 2021-22 Presidents' Trophy (but bounced early), were heavy underdogs to the record-setting Boston Bruins in the first round. Career backup goalie Alex Lyon started the first few games and played well beyond his paycheck.
Posted: 05/20/2023

How Dan Hilferty is keeping Flyers' challenge in perspective
Dan Hilferty, the new head of ownership, feels equipped for the pressure of the Flyers' challenge because of his past. By Jordan Hall
Posted: 05/19/2023

On this date in Penguins history: Pens punch ticket to 2008 Stanley Cup Final with blowout win vs. Flyers
Fifteen years ago today, a young Penguins team took a big step, punching their ticket to the 2008 Stanley Cup Final with a 6-0 blowout win against the Philadelphia Flyers in the Eastern Conference Final. The Penguins had been running roughshod through the Eastern Conference, having swept the Ottawa Senators 4-0 and dispatched the New York Rangers 4-1. Up next in the Conference Final were the Pens' cross-state rival Flyers, and the Penguins jumped out to a 3-0 series victory before the Flyers won Game 4, sending the series back to Pittsburgh for Game 5.
Posted: 05/18/2023

No need for interviews, Flyers had their guy already
Did the Flyers even interview other candidates for the GM position? The cross-state rivals will always be connected to our favorite hockey club so it is now incredibly difficult to see the two teams go through the process in reshaping their front office in almost polar-opposite ways.
Posted: 05/17/2023

2022-23 Flyers Player Review: Morgan Frost showed his development
Morgan Frost needed this year to be a big year. There is no mistake that the former first-round pick was on the verge of being yet another Philadelphia Flyers top prospect that eventually found himself away from the organization or buried in the minors because successful development didn't happen fast enough. Anything to stick around and be part of this young core that the Flyers were hopefully building at the time (maybe Chuck Fletcher didn't do it on purpose, but he brought in some good and young players).
Posted: 05/16/2023

2023 NHL Draft Profile: Matvei Michkov could be a Philadelphia Flyer
Matvei Michkov is the most interesting player in the draft and it's not really close. So all that questionable off-ice context is going to potentially lead to a team swiping Michkov up a couple (or several) picks later than where he was projected to go just earlier this season.
Posted: 05/15/2023

Why Jonesy is the right choice for Flyers team president
Hockey is a lot like the rest of life: It's the company you keep. In the case of new Flyers team president Keith Jones, he's hung around with the best and they've all won Stanley Cups, be they Craig Berube (St. Louis coach), Joe Sakic (Colorado GM) or Rick Tocchet (Pittsburgh player/assistant coach). It's a nice fraternity to exchange ideas with and even learn a thing or two. At Monday's press conference at the Wells Fargo Center, Jones explained why he believes he's cut out for this job, which includes constantly looking at the big picture. While general manager Daniel Briere might be the one thinking up many of the personnel moves, it's still Jones' prerogative to have some say in these matters.
Posted: 05/13/2023

Scott Laughton named Flyers' 2022-23 King Clancy Memorial Trophy nominee
Scott Laughton on Tuesday was announced as the Flyers' nominee for the 2022-23 King Clancy Memorial Trophy. By Jordan Hall
Posted: 05/09/2023

Can Leafs become 5th NHL team to overcome 3-0 series deficit?
The Maple Leafs are facing a nearly insurmountable climb, but coming back from a 3-0 deficit has been done before.
Posted: 05/08/2023


HOME 41 18 18 5
AWAY 41 13 20 8
TOTAL 82 31 38 13

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CAR 82 52 21 9 113 266 213
NJD 82 52 22 8 112 291 226
NYR 82 47 22 13 107 277 219
NYI 82 42 31 9 93 243 222
PIT 82 40 31 11 91 262 264
WSH 82 35 37 10 80 255 265
PHI 82 31 38 13 75 222 277
CBJ 82 25 48 9 59 214 330

1. BOS 82 65 12 5 128 135
2. CAR 82 52 21 9 53 113
3. NJD 82 52 22 8 65 112
4. TOR 82 50 21 11 57 111
5. NYR 82 47 22 13 58 107
6. TBL 82 46 30 6 29 98
7. NYI* 82 42 31 9 21 93
8. FLA* 82 42 32 8 17 92
9. BUF 82 42 33 7 -4 91
10. PIT 82 40 31 11 -2 91
11. OTT 82 39 35 8 -10 86
12. WSH 82 35 37 10 -10 80
13. DET 82 35 37 10 -39 80
14. PHI 82 31 38 13 -55 75
15. MTL 82 31 45 6 -75 68
16. CBJ 82 25 48 9 -116 59
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