Seven players from the 41-man training camp roster were placed on waivers for the purposes of going to the AHL or taxi squad that will allow the Flyers to make recalls much easier in this unprecedented season.
Alain Vigneault’s second season as Flyers head coach will begin next month on Jan. 13, when the NHL opens the 2020-21 season. The 56-game condensed schedule, realigned divisions, empty arenas and shortened training camp present a new set of challenges.
The Flyers are one of eight teams remaining, and they get to go against an old foe behind the bench, one who has been in the division for years, but this time with a new team. Here are five storylines to watch in the upcoming series between the Flyers and Islanders.
Tuesday seemed like just another day at the office for Carter Hart, but it held some historic meaning for the 22-year-old goalie and the Flyers. Here are the 5 takeaways from Game 4 of Flyers-Canadiens.
The opportunity to claim the top seed in the Eastern Conference is there for the Flyers thanks to a 3-1 win over the Washington Capitals that featured total dominance from the second line that had another level to reach and another suppressing defensive showing. Here are 5 takeaways from the Flyers …
On Thursday, the Flyers had another scrimmage scheduled and again, Carter Hart was not on the playing roster, the second straight day he missed practice after leaving early on Tuesday. However, there was positive news when Hart took the ice for a short workout and to face a few shots from teammates …
Day 10 of Phase 3 Flyers camp featured another absence from Carter Hart, though head coach Alain Vigneault is not concerned, and a possible late add to the Flyers roster for Toronto that would be remarkable.