Kevin Hayes

Flyers Run Prior to Pause a Clear Sign Window is Just Opening
It remains a mystery at this point if and when the season will return. Who knows how much of a regular season will be left after this suspension? Who knows what the playoffs will look like? But whenever the league comes out of this stoppage and gets back to playing, let it be known that the Flyers w…
NHL’s Pause Brings Two Sides of Perspective to Flyers Fans
It was only natural to feel disappointment that the NHL season was put on pause at a time when the Flyers were the hottest team in the league. But for the sake of one of the driving forces behind the success and unity of this year's team, it was a necessary stoppage that provided a lot of persp…
Flyers-Sabres: Game 68 Preview
The Flyers could have a chance to move into first place in the Metropolitan Division, depending on Saturday's afternoon's game between the Capitals and Penguins, when they take on the Buffalo Sabres on Saturday night.
Flyers-Hurricanes: Game 67 Preview
The Flyers will face a well-rested Carolina Hurricanes team that has not played since a 4-3 overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens last Saturday. The Hurricanes are currently the first team out of the playoffs, three points behind the Islanders for the final wildcard spot.
In Flyers Successes, Defense Creates Offense
In the middle of a game where the scoreboard showed 4-1 and 5-1 for most of the third period, it is the small defensive plays that will quickly be forgotten, but those little plays have the Flyers where they are. Where they are, on Saturday morning, is second in the Metropolitan Division and on a fi…
Giroux Scores Twice as Flyers Extend Streak to 5
Friday's game doesn't lock the Flyers into anything just yet, but it was another statement that this team continues to put together solid games within the division and draws closer to solidifying their spot. Giroux was a big player in that result again, scoring twice in the Flyers 5-2 win …
Flyers-Rangers: Game 64 Preview
A recent surge has the Rangers just two points out of a playoff spot, while the Flyers, on a four-game winning streak of their own, look to maintain their place in third in the Metro with their sights now firmly set on taking another step and trying to catch the teams at the top.

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