Simmonds Out 2-3 Weeks, Neuvirth Out 4-6 Weeks
The Flyers announced that forward Wayne Simmonds will be out for two-to-three weeks and goalie Michal Neuvirth will be out for four-to-six weeks with injuries.
In Mrazek Deal, Hextall Rewards Flyers in Push for Playoffs
After rising from near rock bottom to have a playoff spot well within their reach, Flyers GM Ron Hextall rewarded the rest of the players on the team with a veteran presence in goal that signifies they are here to finish what they have started, to make the playoffs and see what happens from there in…
Flyers Acquire Petr Mrazek for 2 Draft Picks
The Flyers have acquired goalie Petr Mrazek from the Detroit Red Wings for a pair of draft picks, a conditional fourth-round pick in 2018 and a conditional third-round pick in 2019.
Flyers Call Up Oskar Lindblom from Phantoms
The Flyers called up forward Oskar Lindblom from the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The team also activated goalie Anthony Stolarz from the injured, non-roster list and loaned him to Lehigh Valley.
Flyers Goalie Brian Elliott Undergoes Surgery, Out 5-6 Weeks
Flyers goalie Brian Elliott had successful surgery to repair a core muscle on Tuesday morning and will be out five-to-six weeks, GM Ron Hextall announced.
Flyers Captain Claude Giroux Named 1st Star of Week
It was a very successful week for the Flyers, who claimed wins in four straight games this week. The winning streak was led by their captain Claude Giroux, who took home the NHL's 1st Star of the Week honors.
No Margin for Error in Flyers Playoff Push
The Flyers have 33 games left on their schedule, starting with Wednesday’s, and they will all be played within a 67-day span. And given the way the standings look, each game will hold significant meaning.
Top 5 Moments of Eric Lindros’ Flyers Career
As Eric Lindros prepares to take his place among the Flyers greatest players in franchise history, here are some of his top moments as a Flyer, and a few others that define his career.
Lindros’ 88 Defined Era of Flyers Hockey
During the heart of the 1990s, Eric Lindros was recognizable as any, and a lot of it had to do with an iconic number that was all his own. Chances are if you see a player wearing No. 88 today, Eric Lindros had something to do with it. And the number defined not only Lindros' career, but an era …
Flyers-Rangers: Postgame Review
Full postgame analysis from the Flyers 5-1 loss to the New York Rangers on Tuesday night in our Postgame Review.