The word going around is that the Flyers are going to be “aggressive” this offseason in the free agent and trade market, looking at all the ways they can upgrade the team. Quite frankly, they have no choice. All you have to do is look across the street for a reminder of just how relevant they are right now.
It was a question five years ago and it remains one now. The Flyers need a fresh perspective. A look in the mirror should show that the dismissal of Ron Hextall isn’t the only change that needs to happen.
There are times now where it seems Flyers head coach Dave Hakstol has given up on trying to find the positive spin on games, sounding more like a coach defeated than a coach with an overabundance of positivity. Maybe that’s because there is nowhere to hide anymore. Is it time for a change?
Peter Laviolette will get to coach Shea Weber after all.
The former Flyers head coach was hired by the Nashville Predators on Tuesday morning, taking over for a fired Barry Trotz.
Laviolette becomes just the second head coach in the less than 20 year old Predators franchise...
Last Saturday night, on the eve of the draft, Flyers general manger Paul Holmgren wasn’t thinking about Sam Morin, the defenseman he took in the first round. He wasn’t thinking about Robert Hagg, a second-round draft pick, either.
He was on a train up to New York with Peter Laviolette thinking about Vincent Lecavalier...
A veteran of 13 NHL seasons, Scott Hartnell got the message.
Benched after a “dumb” roughing penalty in the second period of Monday night’s loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning, the All-Star left wing found himself on the third line for the rest of the game...