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2/6  NYI at PHI
2/9  EDM at PHI
2/11  NSH at PHI
2/12  SEA at PHI
2/16  PHI at SEA
2/18  PHI at VAN
2/20  PHI at CGY
2/21  PHI at EDM
2/24  MTL at PHI
2/25  PHI at NJD

1/28 PHI 4 at WPG 0 Won F
1/26 PHI 2 at MIN 3 Lost OT
1/24 LAK 4 at PHI 3 Lost OT
1/22 WPG 5 at PHI 3 Lost F
1/21 PHI 2 at DET 1 Won F
1/19 CHI 4 at PHI 1 Lost F
1/17 ANA 2 at PHI 5 Won F
1/16 PHI 0 at BOS 6 Lost F
1/14 PHI 3 at WSH 1 Won F
1/11 WSH 3 at PHI 5 Won F
Won-5  Lost-3  OT-2

Philadelphia Flyers  32 games left.   News   Schedule   Roster   

Next game will be against New York Islanders on Monday, February 6, 2023 in Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center
Last game against New York Islanders which was played in Philadelphia Wells Fargo Center on 11/29/2022 Flyers won 3-1
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Noah Cates, Flyers aim to continue ascent vs. Islanders
The Philadelphia Flyers closed January with a resounding 4-0 win on the road against the Winnipeg Jets. The line of Noah Cates, Travis Konecny and Joel Farabee was effective for much of the month as the Flyers finished 8-4-2 in January. The Flyers will look to that line to start February in much the same manner as they host the New York Islanders on Monday. Cates, 24, has shown improvement this season, totaling 22 points (eight goals, 14 assists) in 51 games.
Posted: 02/06/2023

Flyers Pride Night
The least-talked-about professional sports franchise in Philadelphia is the Flyers. One of its players – Ivan Provorov — refused to participate in PRIDE NIGHT. As part of its show of support for the LGBTQ community, the Flyers players were requested to wear “Pride Jerseys.” Provorov refused, citing his Russian Orthodox religion as the reason.
Posted: 02/05/2023

Jerry York 'ecstatic' for Kevin Hayes' All-Star nod, feels Flyers will be a team to watch
Kevin Hayes' college coach Jerry York was "ecstatic" to see his former player make the NHL All-Star Game. He feels the Flyers will be "a franchise to closely watch" in the near future. By Jordan Hall
Posted: 02/05/2023

Atlantic Division, Tkachuks win NHL All-Star Game; cousin Kevin Hayes brace for postgame trash talk
Carried by an unbeatable bond, one of brotherhood, the Atlantic Division was crowned the winner of the NHL All-Star Game tournament, taking down the Metropolitan Division, 10-6, and then the Central Division, 7-5, on Saturday. Brothers Matthew and Brady Tkachuk combined for 12 points across both games. Matthew, the host Florida Panthers' All-Star, was the tournament MVP with four goals and three assists. Metropolitan All-Stars Kevin Hayes (the Tkachuks' cousin) and Johnny Gaudreau (their family friend) said they're sure they'll have to suffer through the Tkachuks' bragging at dinner after the game.
Posted: 02/05/2023

Flyers' van Riemsdyk Linked to Flames by NHL Insider
Philadelphia Flyers general manager (GM) Chuck Fletcher made it known earlier in the season that he is listening to offers from teams interested in acquiring James van Riemsdyk. The Calgary Flames have over $4 million in available cap space. Considering that many teams will be unable to accept his $7 million contract in full, the Flyers will need to absorb half of it. The Flames are ranked 16th in the league with 3.12 goals for per game (GF/GP).
Posted: 02/04/2023

2023 NHL All-Star Skills: Flyers' Kevin Hayes holds his own; Connor McDavid wows
At the 2023 NHL All-Star Skills on Friday night, Flyers forward Kevin Hayes held his own in the accuracy shooting competition. By Jordan Hall
Posted: 02/04/2023

Ovechkin, and Ovi Jr., take the ice at All-Star skills night
Capitals star Alex Ovechkin took the ice at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition with his Metropolitan Division teammates - and his oldest child, Sergei.
Posted: 02/04/2023

Flyers have plenty to play for in their final 31 games
With their eight-day winter break coming to an end, the Flyers can now turn their attention to the final 31 games on their schedule. Despite a stellar 10-4-2 record since the Christmas holiday pause, the Flyers still find themselves six points out of a playoff spot and that with final wild-card holder Pittsburgh holding two games in hand. Regardless of their long-shot postseason chances, the Flyers should still have plenty of reasons to give it their all over the final two months of the season. 1. Job security: Coach John Tortorella has made it a point practically from day one that this season would be about talent evaluation, i.e., which players fit into Philadelphia's future.
Posted: 02/03/2023

Fantasy Hockey Waiver Wire: Pickups that can make a big difference in the second half
Looking ahead to the second half of the 2022-23 NHL season, check out our latest batch of fantasy waiver wire suggestions.
Posted: 02/03/2023

The Flyers are in cap hell–does it actually matter?
Looking at CapFriendly, it appears the Flyers are hovering right around the cap ceiling and are using injured reserve to stay cap compliant. Many contending teams in the NHL are in a similar position, banking cap space with injured players (Ryan Ellis, in the Flyers’ case) and trading players to create room (Shayne Gostisbehere and a draft pick to the Arizona Coyotes for “future considerations”), all to stay under the threshold during the regular season.
Posted: 02/01/2023

Random Trade #42: Bellows for Bureau
With the Lightning, he recorded 23 goals and 49 points in 79 games, still well off of his career norms, but valuable for the Lightning in helping them reach their first playoff appearance in franchise history. While the Lightning did not win their first round playoff series against the Philadelphia Flyers, Bellows recorded two goals in six games. Bellows’ first goal came in overtime of the second game to give the Lightning their first playoff win in franchise history.
Posted: 02/01/2023

Flyers roundtable: Is the team's overachievement actually a good thing long-term?
GH: I think the young players have risen to the challenge. With Tortorella evaluating who should be a part of the organization’s future, the youth have started to give him reasons to build around them. While Travis Konecny was doing it on his own before, he now has support from Noah Cates and Joel Farabee.
Posted: 01/31/2023

Column: The NHL's performative activism isn't good enough
The first National Hockey League pride night I ever went to was in 2018. I was thrilled to be there. My first favorite team, the Carolina Hurricanes, was playing my third favorite team, the Vancouver Canucks, and it was pride night.
Posted: 01/30/2023

Marcus Foligno's punch broke Flyers' Zack MacEwen's jaw
Philadelphia Flyers forward Zack MacEwen is expected to miss a month or more after suffering a broken jaw during his fight against Minnesota Wild forward Marcus Foligno on Thursday night. It's hard to tell which punch did the damage, but Foligno landed a vicious uppercut near the end of their tilt and MacEwen fell to the ice moments later. ESPN's cameras showed MacEwen in discomfort in the penalty box after the fight and he didn't return to the game.
Posted: 01/29/2023

Game Recap: Winnipeg Jets vs. Philadelphia Flyers
I’m not much for alarmist overreactions, but I think the Winnipeg Jets might be in a spot of trouble. The last few weeks have been turbulent for the Jets, and the team seems like it’s chugging miserably into the All-Star break. Old habits that the Jets never truly evicted from the premises have crept back in, and the team looks like it’s fighting an uphill battle to score.
Posted: 01/29/2023

Hart makes 40 saves, Flyers shut out Jets
Rasmus Ristolainen had two assists. "Carter just was solid. He made some really good saves," Philadelphia coach John Tortorella said.
Posted: 01/29/2023


HOME 24 10 12 2
AWAY 26 10 9 7
TOTAL 50 20 21 9

TOTAL 0 0 0 0

CAR 51 34 9 8 76 173 136
NJD 49 32 13 4 68 171 131
NYR 49 27 14 8 62 157 129
WSH 53 27 20 6 60 166 152
PIT 49 24 16 9 57 161 153
NYI 52 25 22 5 55 148 144
PHI 50 20 21 9 49 138 162
CBJ 51 15 32 4 34 131 198

1. BOS 51 39 7 5 81 83
2. CAR 51 34 9 8 37 76
3. TOR 52 31 13 8 34 70
4. NJD 49 32 13 4 40 68
5. TBL 48 32 15 1 34 65
6. NYR 49 27 14 8 28 62
7. WSH* 53 27 20 6 14 60
8. PIT* 49 24 16 9 8 57
9. BUF 49 26 19 4 20 56
10. NYI 52 25 22 5 4 55
11. FLA 52 24 22 6 -5 54
12. OTT 50 24 23 3 -8 51
13. DET 48 21 19 8 -15 50
14. PHI 50 20 21 9 -24 49
15. MTL 51 20 27 4 -55 44
16. CBJ 51 15 32 4 -67 34
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