Evaluating Experts' Mock Drafts for the Philadelphia Flyers
As the Philadelphia Flyers evaluate their potential first pick in the NHL draft, many experts have already weighed in with their own mock drafts.
Mon May 20, 2013
Flyers liking McNabb's nephew
If selected by the Flyers in next month's NHL draft, hulking defenseman Darnell Nurse would not feel an added burden playing in Philadelphia - and living up to the standard set in another sport by his famous uncle, former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.
Potential Flyers draft picks
When the Flyers pick No. 11 in the first round of the June 30 NHL draft, here are some players who may be available: He plays an aggressive, gritty style and models his game after Chris Pronger and Shea Weber.
Fri May 17, 2013
Is A Contract Extension On The Horizon For Claude Giroux?
The Philadelphia Flyers will once again be a focal point around the league this summer, as their roster will need quite a bit of retooling after missing out on the playoffs.
Mon May 13, 2013
Mile High Hockey
Links from around the Pre-Draft Rankings Seth Jones
The Colorado Avalanche placed 28th overall this season. They went into the Draft lottery knowing they would get, at a minimum, a top three pick in the 51st NHL Entry Draft on June 30th in New Jersey.
Fri May 10, 2013
Where will Flyers turn to in the NHL draft?
Out of the Flyers' previous eight first-round picks, dating back to 2003, how many of them were spent drafting a defenseman? Seven of the Flyers' last eight first-round picks were forwards: Jeff Carter, Mike Richards, Steve Downie, Claude Giroux, James van Riemsdyk, Sean Couturier and Scott Laughton.
Philadelphia Flyers' Luke Schenn, Matt Read Successful With Team Canada
Since the Philadelphia Flyers are not competing for the Stanley Cup this year, a few of the players have hit the ice with Team Canada to take part in the 2013 IIHF's World Championship.
Thu May 09, 2013
Senators continue to defy conventional wisdom
Those were some tremendous losses and on another team, any one of those players going down might have been enough to sink their chances of making the playoffs.
Wed May 08, 2013
Flyers should draft defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen
After a disappointing season, the Flyers have to start making player development a priority.
Tue May 07, 2013
You could call him Mr. Teflon; Cup's empty, but Ed Snider's never under fire
'OUR FANS love the game and know we're trying hard every year to get better. Fans aren't stupid.
Sun May 05, 2013
Plenty of NCAA interest in Gwozdecky
NET SHOTS by Tom Annelin After his recent ouster following 19 successful seasons as head coach at the University of Denver, George Gwozdecky's name continues to be linked to a number of NCAA Division 1 coaching vacancies.
Wed May 01, 2013
Tough first year as Flyers captain for Claude Giroux
It's not that the slick-passing, 25-year-old center played poorly - it's that his team, for a variety of reasons, never clicked until they were eliminated from the playoffs and the pressure had been removed.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
The Philadelphia Flyers Are Already $3 Million Over the Salary Cap
The Philadelphia Flyers have always been a high-spending team, signing players to obnoxiously large contracts for huge amounts of cash.
The News Journal
Flyers will pick No. 11 in 'strong' draft
As much as Flyers management would have loved turning their 1.5 percent shot of winning the NHL's draft lottery into a celebration, it's OK with staying in the No.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Giroux had fun learning how to wear 'C'
Claude Giroux's first season as Flyers captain was an enjoyable but frustrating learning experience.
Isaac: Some Flyers awards you may have missed
Thursday night at Wells Fargo Center was a fun last hoorah for the Flyers, even the ones who weren't playing.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Ranking the Philadelphia Flyers' Top Offseason Priorities
The Philadelphia Flyers will have their hands full this offseason, after the team failed to make the playoffs for only the second time in its last 18 seasons.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Five Reasons Why The Philadelphia Flyers Need To Finish This Season Strong
This season has been regrettable for the Philadelphia Flyers to say the least. After destroying the Pittsburgh Penguins in last year's Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Flyers ran headfirst into a brutal New Jersey Devils forecheck that stuffed their offense.
Broad Street Hockey
Analyzing the last few years of Paul Holmgren
Looking around the NHL, it is tough not to notice the many former Philadelphia Flyers succeeding else where.