Don’t miss out on all of the biggest happenings surrounding your Philadelphia Flyers. Whether you got caught up at the office yesterday or had an early night because you just can’t hang like you used to, we’ve got you covered with our links from yesterday. Down that morning coffee, strap up the skates and let’s loosen up.
- Giroux and Simmonds sniped pretty goals in tough loss to Vegas.
- Hakstol went with the winning lineup from Saturday against Vegas, but they couldn’t grab the victory.
- Frost shines, Rubtsov and Laberge stay hot, Twarynski signs ELC in our latest prospect report.
- Morgan Frost dances through the defense for incredible end-to-end goal.
- The Flyers signed Carsen Twarynski to an entry-level contract.
- The Philadelphia Rebels dominated and recorded a shutout in their first ever game at the Wells Fargo Center.
- Travis Sanheim played well in his return to the Flyers lineup on Saturday and a few members of the team/coaching staff had some positive things to say about him.
- Sanheim showing he belongs, bounce-back effort highlight 5 storylines from a 2-1 win.
- Giroux’s snipe and Mrazek’s great performance helped the Flyers fly past Winnipeg.
- Robert Hagg is out two weeks with a lower-body injury.
- The Flyers recalled Travis Sanheim under emergency conditions.
- Petr Mrazek’s new mask pays tribute to the Broad Street Bullies.
- Battling fatigue, making progress highlight 5 storylines from the Flyers’ last-minute loss.
- Nolan Patrick’s filthy between-the-legs pass was spoiled in a heartbreaking loss to Boston.
- Matt Read returned to the lineup.
- Though the Flyers lost to the Penguins, you should definitely check out these incredible photos from the game.
- Young guns shining, Filppula buried by Crosby highlight 5 storylines from a 5-2 loss.
- The Flyers presented an awesome Flyers Mummer’s hat to Jason Kelce during the game against Pittsburgh.
- Patrick’s effort and Konecny’s great game were wasted in another loss to the Penguins.
- Mychal Kendricks doesn’t like Mike Milbury either.
- The Flyers have two of the three finalists for Big Ten Hockey’s Player of the Year.
- Oskar Lindblom could be the key deadline acquisition the Flyers needed.
- Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks was ‘Inside the Glass’ while the Flyers took on the Penguins.
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