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Flyers, Rangers Rookie Series Game 1 Notes

Rangers vs. Flyers PPL Friday Game I took in the game yesterday and there was some rust for a bit over the first period. When that was shaken off the pace got better. There were some very good players on the ice. The Flyers' forwards were slower than the Rangers', but

NHL Teams Who Should Be Buyers and Sellers

The NHL 56-game season has snuck up on some teams, and now with COVID-19 issues in the North Division, specifically with the Vancouver Canucks, the landscape has changed drastically, and what was the case a few weeks ago for teams has changed. I’m not even currently guessing what the return

Top 2021 NHL Games to Watch From March 8th to 13th

NHL Betting News The Vegas Golden Knights are the hottest team in the NHL and the Toronto Maple Leafs have the best record in the NHL. Boston, Washington, Philadelphia, and the New York Rangers are all looking to pick up the level of their play in the crowded East Division. Out west,

Player Observations From Flyers vs. Penguins

Flyers Nolan Patrick was booted out of the dot for his first face-off of 2021. He was so anxious, and that anxiousness faded, and his skill was on display. He deserved his goal, and it was a great motivator for him. Joel Farabee will be a point-per-game player this year. I said

Flyers Canadiens Series Preview

Hockey in August. A strange concept. But it’s been the strangest of years, so the idea that a team that wouldn’t have been close to hailing distance of a playoff spot now finds themselves in an Eastern Conference quarterfinal series isn’t that far fetched. Nor would a team that managed to

David Ayres coming to new Upper Deck NHL Releases

I thought you’d enjoy this. If you haven’t seen the story of David Ayres, the 42-year-old Zamboni driver who serves as an emergency goalie not only getting in the game for the Carolina Hurricanes this week but helping secure a victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs, it’s worth taking a look at. Before,

Don’t Credit AV for the Travis Konecny Surge

Travis Konecny was always on a collision course with being an All-Star type winger. This didn’t start with Alain Vigneault and it won’t end with him either. Going back to his Ottawa 67’s days he was an exciting player who could score the exciting goal but also elevate his linemates.

Prospect Notes From Flyers Preseason Game #1

German Rubstov – He gets high marks. He’s back where he was pre-injuries. He’s strong on his skates, makes intelligent plays and is already solid on the PK. All great signs for him to start the season with. Joel Farabee – He knows where to go without the puck.