Last night’s 9-8 loss to Winnipeg was a fiasco. There really aren’t many other ways to put it. It was flat out bizarre. Clearly it was not something we will witness again anytime soon. Despite the craziness that occurred, there are some positives to take out of the game.
The Winnipeg Jets Fly into Philadelphia this evening to take on the Philadelphia Flyers. The Last time the original Jets team was in Philly was March 16.1996. Ron Hextall picked up a 3-0 shutout.
You can see the game on CSN-PH and TSN-Jets at 7:00pm EST.
The Montreal Canadiens look to end their six game losing streak tonight as they host the Philadelphia Flyers at the Bell Center.
It seems home games are no advantage to the Habs this season, they have yet to win any of them. Fans, media and the players themselves can't seem to stop their heads from spinning.
There is a pile of reasons that can contribute to their lack of success, but it seems that the coaching staff is taking most of the heat. I won't go on to much about that but take a look at what George Prax had to say about it.
The Flyers have chemistry. What's chemistry you ask? Well, its when 3 players on a line lear...
With all the attention focused to the status of Chris Pronger, lost on many last night was the solid effort of the Flyers following two consecutive losses. Matt Brigidi takes a look at the positive parts of Monday night's win.
The Philadelphia Flyers look to get out of their current funk when they take on the Toronto Maple Leafs at the Wells Fargo Center at 7:00 pm EST. You can see the game on CSN-PH in Philly and on Leafs TV in Toronto.
The Philadelphia Flyers headed to Ottawa looking to snap a seven-game losing streak at Scotiabank Place Tuesday night. A place that had haunted the franchise seemed like a good place for a 'trap game' with the Washington Capitals awaiting on Thursday.
The Philadelphia Flyers have now defeated both participants from last year's Stanley Cup Final to open the season 3-0-0. TCL's Matt Brigidi explains why Claude Giroux has been and will continue to be an important part in the Flyers winning formula.
In a penalty-riddled game that felt more like a track meet, the Philadelphia Flyers improved to 3-0-0 with a 5-4 win over the defending Western Conference champion Vancouver Canucks (1-1-1).
It was Claude Giroux who got the scoring started in the contest as he tallied power-play goal just 7:14 into the first period. Five minutes later, Chris Pronger added a power-play goal of his own to give the Flyers a 2-0 lead.