The last time Claude Giroux spent time at left wing for the Philadelphia Flyers, the year was 2008 and he was a rookie in the NHL. He had nine goals and 18 assists that season. After that, Giroux spent the majority of his career at the center position. Fast forward to training camp this season and head coach Dave Hakstol decided to move Giroux back to the wing.
Samuel Morin is one of the more exciting defensive prospects in the Philadelphia Flyers loaded pipeline. Standing at 6'7" and listed at 225 pounds,...
When the Philadelphia Flyers took him second overall, it was almost certain Nolan Patrick would debut that season. It would become official Sunday night with the final forward being cut. Two other members of the team got the good news as well. Defenseman Robert Hagg and forward Taylor Leier will also be on the roster to start the season
The 2016-17 season for the Flyers featured a lot of ups and downs. The Flyers finished with 88 points, good for sixth in the division, seven points behind the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The team has made the playoffs just twice out of the last five years. Under second year coach Dave Hakstol, the Flyers were sunk by inconsistencies around their lineup.
It's not a secret that the Philadelphia Flyers are known for having the best prospect pool in the league. It was evident this past season with the likes of Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny. There are other young players that will be looking to make their mark. Nolan Patrick will be one of them
Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux has declined rapidly the past few years, and he may be done with the team he took to the 2010 Stanley Cup Final.
The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they will be retiring Eric Lindros' number in a pre-game ceremony on January 18th. Lindros will become the sixth member to have his jersey retired by the team. His number joins the rafters where Bernie Parent, Mark Howe, Barry Ashbee, Bill Barber and Bobby Clarke have also been honored.
When diving back in the Flyers history, there is a common theme. The teams during the early 1970's and 80's were among the best in the franchise's history. So who would make up the Philadelphia Flyers all-time lineup? It's no surprise to see players from the Cup winning teams on that list.