The Lehigh Valley Phantoms opened the New Year on the road against Laval and suffered a 4-0 loss Friday night at Place Bell. Morgan Frost and Cal O’Reilly returned to the lineup but Lehigh Valley had a tough time breaking through on Laval goaltender Cayden Primeau, who recorded a 20-save shutout.
Good two-play players are always a significant part of winning teams, so the Flyers were pleased to be getting two of their best back in action. On Sunday night, Michael Raffl returned to the lineup after sitting out 10 games with a broken little finger. On Tuesday night, Scott Laughton suited up against the Kings after recovering from a nagging groin injury.
Jeremy Roenick, a former Philadelphia Flyers center who works as a NHL analyst for NBC Sports, has been suspending by the network for comments he made about several of his colleagues on the Barstool Sports podcast Spittin’ Chiclets last week.
Former Ranger Kevin Hayes came back to haunt his old team on Monday, scoring two goals as the Flyers rolled to a 5-1 win over New York at the Wells Fargo Center. Travis Sanheim also struck for a pair of goals in the victory,
It might have been a game to circle on his calendar, but Kevin Hayes was doing his best to treat it just like all any of the other 81.We’re referring to the Flyer center’s first action against his former team, the New York Rangers, on Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center.
Over the past half-century, in their eight trips to the Stanley Cup Final – two of them successful – the Flyers have built their long runs on home ice winning ways. They've been great at home this year, but away from home has been another story.
Pascal Laberge racked up a pair of goals and Mark Friedman returned to the lineup with his second goal of the season leading the Lehigh Valley Phantoms to a 3-2 victory at the Charlotte Checkers on Saturday night.
Last Friday it was revealed that Oskar Lindblom has been diagnosed with Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. The Flyers continue to honor Lindblom as they enter Thursday's game with a 11-2-4 record.
Flyers rookie David Kase scored his first NHL goal as the Flyers defeated the Ducks Tuesday night. Kase was playing against his brother, Ondrej, and in front of his parents who flew in from the Czech Republic.
When you take into account the challenge Oskar Lindblom faces in an upcoming battle with a rare, life-threatening form of cancer, the thought of chasing a black rubber disk around a sheet of ice seems almost frivolous.