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Philadelphia Flyers

Foligno Records 300th Career Assist In Win Over Philly

For Boston fans around the world, it has been refreshing to see the resurgence of Nick Foligno this season. After a down year last season that left much to be desired from the veteran winger, he has found his touch again. During the 2021-22 season, Foligno was only able to produce two goals and 13 […]

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Honeymoon Is Over For Tortorella, Flyers

Getting kicked in the face by your horse is not ideal, nor is losing four hockey games in a row. That has been life recently for Philadelphia Flyers’ Head Coach John Tortorella. The first-year coach of the Flyers took a kick to the face from his horse in an incident that the coach described himself […]

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Leafs Game Preview #11: Leafs Return Home

After a road trip that didn’t go well, the Leafs look to return to winning on home ice. The Leafs take on a Flyers team coming off a game last night. The Leafs are looking to silence the doubt of some of the fans tonight, and that will start by playing a full game from […]

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Flyers Goaltender Sees a Resurgence

Goaltending development can be unpredictable at times. It can take longer for some goalies to progress to the National Hockey League. Netminders can be inconsistent. Some figure it out, while others never do. And some start hot in their rookie season and burst onto the scene. The latter was Philadelphia Flyers’ goalie Carter Hart. Hart […]

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NHL’s Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys — Ranked 1-32

The NHL released their reverse retro jerseys last week, and while some teams have released some very nice ones, other teams could’ve done a lot better. I ranked them based on several things, including design, logo, overall look, theming of “reverse retro,” and creativity. Here is my ranking of all 32 Reverse Retro 2.0 Jerseys […]

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Penguins: Top Games To Look Forward To This Season

It may still be August, but the NHL season is getting closer. The NHL released each team’s schedule the day before the NHL Draft last month, and the Penguins have a little bit of a different schedule to look forward to. Between now playing Philly and Washington three times each this season and playing in […]

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Why The Bruins Should Target Claude Giroux

There are a lot of unknowns when it comes to the Bruins this offseason. The two biggest question marks are Bergeron’s future and the possibility of a Krejci return. As of right now, it seems as though Patrice will be returning for his 19th NHL season, but until it’s officially announced, I am not holding […]

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Top 10 NHL Free Agents of the 2022 Off-season

With Free agency opening today, July 13th at noon, all the craziness the NHL has seen to this point with the NHL Entry Draft, and all the trades that have been made should continue as some major names around the league gear up to switch teams. While some teams have plenty of cap space to […]

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Bruins linked to gritty left-winger as trade rumors heat up

Now that the Bruins have hired a new head coach, it’s time for general manager Don Sweeney to bring in the much-needed talent this team needs to succeed. New head coach Jim Montgomery will have his hands full as he navigates a roster that will start the season with a long list of injuries to […]

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Why the Flyers should draft Simon Nemec

Following a dismal 25-46-11 season, the Philadelphia Flyers are in a prime position to capitalize in this year’s draft, which will be held July 7-8 at Bell Centre in Montreal. The first round kicks off at 7 p.m. ET Thursday, while rounds 2-7 will commence Friday at 11 a.m. ET. The Flyers have six total […]

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