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Cam York is Getting Closer to Reaching His Dream

Cam York has been a player I’ve followed for years now. I watched him grow up in the NTDP, seeing him in various games and tournaments over the years, and now he’s inching closer to turning pro. York was a player who greatly benefitted from Flyers Rookie Camp, you remember, back

10 Flyers Thoughts on Game 4

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-0, taking a three games to one series lead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Series. Here are some observations. The Flyers again deployed the Michael Raffl-Nate Thompson-Tyler Pitlick line to start the game, the same unit that got the assignment in Game Three.

10 Flyers Thoughts On Game 3

The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 to take a two games to one lead in their first-round series. Here are some observations. From puck drop, the Flyers accorded themselves better in their attention to pace and defensive comportment. They seemed to play with better spirit, as well, which

NHL Bob and KHL Bob

Avangard’s new recruit, Corban Knight, is enjoying something of a reunion in Balashikha as pre-season continues. Back in the day, the forward made his NHL debut in Calgary under Bob Hartley and now the two are working together once again in KHL. So, who better to tell us about the

10 Flyers Thoughts on Game Two

The Philadelphia Flyers lost to the Montreal Canadiens 5-0 on Friday afternoon, tying their Best of Seven Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Series at one game each.  Here are some observations. 1)         If the second period of Game One was a blueprint that interim Canadiens head coach Kirk Muller (after head coach Claude

10 Flyers Thoughts on Game One

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-1, in Game One of their Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Series. Here are some observations. The goalie match-up is as advertised. Not often you watch two goaltenders but on a technical display as proficient as what Carter Hart and Carey Price displayed. If there

Philadelphia Flyers Prospect Report: Mason Millman

The Flyers drafted Mason Millman 103rd overall in the 2019 NHL Draft and he could end up being a steal. I wrote this about him during last year’s rookie camp: http://www.sportsology.com/some-lesser-known-blueliners-shined-at-flyers-rookie-camp/ I had a chance to see him this year while playing for the Saginaw Spirit. They’re a good team and he’s

Some Lesser Known Blueliners Shined at Flyers Rookie Camp

Voorhees - - As Flyers rookie camp is getting ready to wind down. I thought with all the press the offense was getting that I’d highlight a few lesser-known defensemen. I profiled Wyatte Wylie here: http://www.sportsology.com/wyatte-wylie-explains-his-improved-play/ He didn’t show much push back here at camp, but he has done that occasionally with the

Wyatte Wylie Explains His Improved Play

Wyatte Wylie is a 6-0, 188-pound defenseman who the Flyers took in the fifth round of the 2018 NHL Draft. The Everett, Washington native has made a big jump this past year and as a result, should be rewarded with an entry-level contract. So far that hasn’t happened. He turns 20

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