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4/11 CBJ 3 at PHI 4 Won OT
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4/8 PHI 0 at NYI 4 Lost F
4/6 PHI 1 at DAL 4 Lost F
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4/2 PHI 2 at PIT 4 Lost F
4/1 BUF 6 at PHI 3 Lost F
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3/28 MTL 2 at PHI 3 Won F
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Flyers' Backup Goaltending After Petersen Waiver Placement
On Oct. 3, the Philadelphia Flyers put goaltender Cal Petersen on waivers, meaning that he is essentially guaranteed to play with the team's American Hockey League (AHL) affiliate Lehigh Valley Phantoms, as no club should balk at his $5 million cap hit for the next two seasons. With that decision being made, the backup role for the Flyers is just a bit clearer. What does this mean for Petersen, and who could earn the job? Now that Petersen has been sent down, it becomes even less likely that he becomes the goaltender that he once was that allowed him to earn a $15 million contract in the first place.
Posted: 10/03/2023

Flyers top prospect Michkov has ultimate revenge game as season gets back on track
Philadelphia Flyers' top prospect Matvei Michkov's season got off to a rough start through no fault of his own, but now he's back to showcasing his skills.
Posted: 10/03/2023

The 2023-24 Philadelphia Flyers outlook at a glance
Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Associated Press COACH: John Tortorella (704-579-37 over 22 seasons, 1 Stanley Cup title) SEASON OPENER: Oct. 13 at Columbus. DEPARTURES: D Ivan Provorov, C Kevin Hayes, F James van Riemsdyk, D Tony DeAngelo. ADDITIONS: President Keith Jones, GM Danny Briere, G Cal Petersen, F Garnet Hathaway, D Marc Staal. GOALIES: Carter Hart (22-23-10, 2.94 GAA, .907 save percentage), Samuel Ersson (6-3, 3.07, .899), Cal Petersen (5-3-2, 3.75, 0.868). FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK STANLEY CUP ODDS: 150-1. LAST SEASON: The Flyers finished with the third-fewest points (75) in the Eastern Conference in Tortorella's first season at the helm. The club also had
Posted: 10/03/2023

Bruins-Flyers takeaways: Poitras shines again; Lysell struggles
Matthew Poitras starting the season as the No. 2 center for the Bruins isn't a wild thought anymore.
Posted: 10/03/2023

Flyers cut 9 players from training camp roster, 31 remain
Flyers cut 9 players from training camp roster, 31 remain Posted on October 2, 2023 October 2, 2023 by Thomas Williams Photo Credit: Heather Barry We are getting a more clear picture of what this Philadelphia Flyers team is going to look like. Announced by the team on Monday afternoon, the Flyers have reduced the training camp roster to just 31 players by cutting nine. These players will be going either down to AHL training camp in Lehigh Valley, or back to their junior team. The players cut are as follows: Olle Lycksell was sent down to the Phantoms. He does not require waivers, so he will be with the AHL team to start the season. Matt Brown and Brendan Furry have been released from their PTOs,
Posted: 10/02/2023

3 Flyers Who Could Make the Opening Day Roster
After some preseason and training camp action, the Philadelphia Flyers should now have a better idea of what their opening night roster could look like. With the Flyers boasting a rather weak defensive core, Emil Andrae could find himself in the team's opening lineup. Spots in the NHL are not just handed to players with veteran experience or with potential. In a preseason game against the New Jersey Devils, this was actually to his detriment, as he pinched to take a shot, it was blocked, and it resulted in a goal.
Posted: 10/02/2023

Julien Gauthier hoping to make the most of opportunity with Islanders
After receiving his first career multi-year deal this offseason, Julien Gauthier is hoping to make the most of his new opportunity with the New York Islanders.
Posted: 10/01/2023

3 Takeaways From Devils' 3-2 OT Win vs. Flyers
Let's hope the New Jersey Devils save some winning for the start of the regular season. Let's highlight some main takeaways as the preseason starts to wind down, with New Jersey having just three exhibition games left before kicking off the regular season. The Devils had some decent moments last night, but it was not the best team game for the most part. Most of the Devils' main bottom-six forwards got the night off too.
Posted: 10/01/2023

New Jersey Devils vs. Philadelphia Flyers LIVE STREAM (9/30/23): Watch NHL preseason online
The New Jersey Devils face the Philadelphia Flyers in an NHL preseason season game at Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September, September 30, 2023 (9/30/23). Channel finder: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, Cox, DIRECTV, Dish, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.
Posted: 09/30/2023

6 Takeaways From Flyers' 4-3 Preseason Win vs. Bruins
On Sept. 29, the Philadelphia Flyers got their first win of the preseason against the Boston Bruins in the shootout, 4-3. What were some of the biggest things to note for Philadelphia? In this game, the Bruins had nearly all of their stars play. Reigning Vezina Trophy winner Linus Ullmark played the entirety of the contest, forwards David Pastrnak, Brad Marchand, and Pavel Zacha formed a pretty deadly trio offensively, and defenders Hampus Lindholm and Charlie McAvoy were also quite heavily involved.
Posted: 09/30/2023

Flyers' Worst Trade From Every GM
In the history of the Philadelphia Flyers, there have been a total of nine general managers (GMs) to ever hold the position. What is the biggest mistake that each GM made for the Flyers in their history? The Flyers' first GM, Bud Poile, had very few moves significant enough to choose from. One in particular stands out above the rest, where he traded away a draft pick that would become a key player in the NHL.
Posted: 09/29/2023

Backup goalie hopefuls Sandstrom, Ersson excel in Flyers' preseason loss
Perhaps the most intense competition for a spot on the Flyers' roster this season involves the three candidates for the backup goaltender position. Sandstrom started and allowed one goal. Ersson played the last two periods and also gave up only one goal as the Flyers dropped their second straight game to fall to 0-2. Last season, Sandstrom saw the most action and might have a slight edge over Ersson and NHL veteran Cal Petersen, who came over from the Los Angeles Kings in this past summer's Ivan Provorov trade.
Posted: 09/28/2023

Flyers' Training Camp Injuries Should Raise Concerns
Early into training camp, the Philadelphia Flyers have already run into injury trouble, an issue that has plagued the team historically. After just a few days of training camp and one preseason game, some of the team's top players have already suffered injuries. Against the New Jersey Devils on Monday, Cam Atkinson was out of the lineup despite the expectation that he would play. Lehigh Valley Phantoms' coach Ian Laperriere implied to the media on Sept. 27 that Atkinson should be fine but admitted he did not know the full details.
Posted: 09/27/2023

8 Best Flyers' Contract Extensions of the Salary Cap Era
Since the salary cap era began following the 2004-05 lockout season, the Philadelphia Flyers have had to be extra cautious of handing out too much money to some of their players, as it could result in disaster if a contract doesn't work out. Scott Laughton's $3 million cap hit might not be the biggest steal in team history, but he was an important piece to lock up for so long. Having played nine seasons with Philadelphia before he was extended, he deserved a pay day for not only his play, but his loyalty as well. Laughton stands as a solid middle-six forward who has had some significant trade interest around the league.
Posted: 09/27/2023

Flyers Have a History of Moving Players Around
One of the bigger developments to come out of the first few days of the Philadelphia Flyers training camp is the announcement that Travis Sanheim will start 2023-24 playing on the right side. It's a position Sanheim has played before, most notably throughout the second half of a breakout 2018-19 campaign. First, it would let the Flyers keep Cam York on the left side rather than force him to acclimate to the right, and it could also boost Sanheim's minimal trade value if teams know he can play both sides. This isn't the first time the Flyers have tried moving a player to a new position during camp.
Posted: 09/26/2023

'Just play hockey': Healthy Couturier set to skate with Flyers
Sean Couturier will skate in a game for the first time in 20 months on Monday. The Philadelphia Flyers' forward had back surgery twice since 2021 and last played a game in December of that year. "I've been waiting for this moment for a while," Couturier said Monday, before the Flyers faced the New Jersey Devils in the preseason opener. The Selke Trophy winner as the best defensive forward in the NHL in 2019-20, Couturier is penciled in for the top line this season.
Posted: 09/25/2023

The least watchable NHL teams entering the 2023-24 season
Unless you're a dedicated fan of one of these clubs, it's best to avoid watching them play hockey at all this season.
Posted: 09/21/2023

Flyers announce 2023-24 promotional schedule that includes special night honoring Ed Snider
The Flyers announced their 2023-24 promotional and giveaway schedule and there is a whole lot to look forward to.
Posted: 09/20/2023

Recchi to be inducted into Flyers Hall of Fame
Mark Recchi, one of the franchise's all-time great scorers, will be inducted into the Flyers Hall of Fame in January.
Posted: 09/14/2023

Brian Boucher returns to Flyers broadcasts as primary game analyst
NBC Sports Philadelphia has named Brian Boucher as primary analyst for its live-game coverage of the Flyers.
Posted: 09/11/2023


HOME 41 18 18 5
AWAY 41 13 20 8
TOTAL 82 31 38 13

TOTAL 0 0 0 0

CAR 82 52 21 9 113 266 213
NJD 82 52 22 8 112 291 226
NYR 82 47 22 13 107 277 219
NYI 82 42 31 9 93 243 222
PIT 82 40 31 11 91 262 264
WSH 82 35 37 10 80 255 265
PHI 82 31 38 13 75 222 277
CBJ 82 25 48 9 59 214 330

1. BOS 82 65 12 5 128 135
2. CAR 82 52 21 9 53 113
3. NJD 82 52 22 8 65 112
4. TOR 82 50 21 11 57 111
5. NYR 82 47 22 13 58 107
6. TBL 82 46 30 6 29 98
7. NYI* 82 42 31 9 21 93
8. FLA* 82 42 32 8 17 92
9. BUF 82 42 33 7 -4 91
10. PIT 82 40 31 11 -2 91
11. OTT 82 39 35 8 -10 86
12. WSH 82 35 37 10 -10 80
13. DET 82 35 37 10 -39 80
14. PHI 82 31 38 13 -55 75
15. MTL 82 31 45 6 -75 68
16. CBJ 82 25 48 9 -116 59
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