Jonah Gadjovich – Good play along the wall. Skating is still a bit choppy. Good defensive instincts. Very engaged on every shift. Crisp passing.
Guillaume Brisebois – Good accurate wrist shot on the power play. Puck movement was good. Good directional skater. Accurate passer. Feisty, not afraid to get chippy to
The world’s most talked about mascot, Gritty, made his Harlem Globetrotters debut in a trick shot video released minutes ago. The Philadelphia Flyers mascot joined Globetrotters stars Hoops Green, Zeus McClurkin, and Philly native Speedy Artis around the Wells Fargo Center for a series of tricks. It culminates with Zeus
The Philadelphia Flyers will give Brian Elliott another shot at holding down the starting goalie position in 2018-19. History hasn’t been kind to Flyers goaltending since Bernie Parent and the Broad Street Bullies won a pair of cups in 1974 and 1975. Sites which offer NHL betting lines show Philadelphia
Dan Vladar – 6-6, 192 – G - Good positioning on a 1-on-0 attempt. Made an outstanding save on Travis Konecny, some luck involved. He’s stood tall into the second period. Especially when his team was a man down. Quick covers. Good glove.
Jack Studnicka – 6-1, 170 – C -
David Kase – 5-10, 170 – RW – I’ve always liked his stickhandling ability, but he’s gotten faster. Add that to his already tricky arsenal and now you have a much-improved prospect. He played well in the SHL last season. He’s probably Phantoms bound but it’s not impossible that he
Voorhees - - JVR is back in Philadelphia. He fits in this town. He had mostly good times in Philadelphia. He was a home-grown player who was drafted 2nd overall in the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. He didn’t need to be sold on the organization. He knew he was going
Travis Sanheim plays better in the friendly confines of the Wells Fargo Center. A lot of rookies play this way and the key is to get the most of them on the road as well. In the regular season Sanheim had 10 points on the season and seven of them
Team USA cruised to an 9-0 win over Denmark. No surprise there. The aspect of this team that could be worrisome to the competition is their speed and size.
Kailer Yamamoto (5-8, Oilers) may be the most dangerous player in the tournament. He’s surely one of the smartest and his brief
Team Canada had their conference call to talk about who was invited to their camp. There’s always that feeling that they have too many players to go around but if that was really the case they’d win a gold medal every year, and they don’t.
Owen Tippett was playing in the
Voorhees - - After the early morning sessions, I took some notes on how the guys looked. Many of them haven’t hit the ice in an organized fashion for a few months.
Connor Bunnaman – 6-1, 207 – C – Showing good agility for a bigger guy. The coaches were working