That has to be a record. Whatever the NHL record was for fastest time between two penalties for one player, it's all but certain Mark Streit obliterated it on Thursday. The Philadelphia Flyers captain found himself in the penalty box midway through the first period against the Buffalo Sabres. Show More Summary
Seriously, how is he going to eat that? If you've been living under a sad, lifeless, non-delicious rock then you may not know Tuesday is National Pizza Day. It's true! And apparently the Philadelphia Flyers are going all-in with the celebrations. Show More Summary
Chicago and Philadelphia have been at odds many times over the years: Hot dogs vs. cheesesteak, Blackhawks vs. Flyers, and now Blue Jean Committee vs. Hall & Oates. The rival blue-eyed soul groups have always had a contentious relationship,...Show More Summary
NEXT UP DUCKS AT PHILADELPHIA FLYERS When: Tuesday, 4 p.m. PST. On the air: TV: Prime; Radio: 830 Update: Ducks goalie Frederik Andersen, 3-0-0 in his career against the Flyers, probably will start. The Ducks are 2-2-3 in the second game when playing on consecutive days. The Flyers suffered two...
This is easily the most electrifying mask in sports entertainment. On Saturday, goalie Jason LaBarbera, who's currently in the Philadelphia Flyers organization, was revealed to have a mask covered in Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson designs. Show More Summary
New York Rangers defenseman and captain Ryan McDonagh will not return to Saturday afternoon's game against the Philadelphia Flyers, the team announced, after he got into a scuffle with forward Wayne Simmonds behind the play during first-period action. McDonagh took a slash to the left leg and then a punch to the jaw by Simmonds before going down. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Flyers will be without center Sean Couturier for the foreseeable future thanks to a lower-body injury. Continue for updates. Couturier Expected to Miss Four Weeks Friday, Feb. 5 Couturier exited Philadelphia’s victory over the Nashville Predators Thursday with the injury. Show More Summary
Friendly guy! Hockey tradition states that as soon as you score a goal, you hug each and every one of your teammates. If an opposing player happens to be in the way, he gets to join in. Apparently. Philadelphia Flyers captain ClaudeShow More Summary
Is a suspension coming? Radko Gudas is only two months removed from his latest suspension, but the Philadelphia Flyers defenseman found himself in hot water again on Tuesday. With his team leading the Montreal Canadiens by a goal midway through the third period, Gudas moved to cut off a Canadiens rush up the ice before it reached the offensive zone. Show More Summary
The Washington Capitals (35-8-3) will attempt to win their third straight game and add to their NHL-best point total when they host the skidding Philadelphia Flyers (20-18-8) in a Metropolitan Division matchup Wednesday. Washington is...Show More Summary
There were many reasons to be skeptical when the Kings acquired 35-year-old center Vinny Lecavalier from the Philadelphia Flyers on Jan. 6, along with defenseman Luke Schenn. Lecavalier hadn't played much for Philadelphia and hadn't played at all since Nov. 12. How much could he help a team that...
We used to look forward to these things. Everything pointed to a typical brawl between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday. Fans on both sides had traded barbs on social media for days. Both teams are in a dogfight for one of the last playoff spots in the Eastern Conference. Show More Summary
A decade ago, the Philadelphia Flyers selected Steve Downie in the first round of the NHL draft. He had skill to burn and played a take-no-prisoners style of physical hockey, despite having a modest 5’11” frame. Downie has played 433...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia Flyers traded Vincent Lecavalier and Luke Schenn to the Kings for forward Jordan Weal and June's third round pick.
Defenseman Luke Schenn didn’t have to do any serious reconnaissance work when he found out he had been traded to the Kings from the Philadelphia Flyers. After all, the Flyers had been in the Los Angeles area for a few days last week and played (and lost) to the Kings on Saturday afternoon. “We...
This is not a good sign. The Philadelphia Flyers traded defenseman Luke Schenn to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday, which would be a shock to any player's system. But not Schenn, because he's been traded before! But not that he remembers. Show More Summary
Mike Richards is on his way back to the NHL. The former captain of the Philadelphia Flyers, Selke Trophy finalist and two-time Stanley Cup winner agreed to what Sportsnet ’s Chris Johnston reported was a one-year, $1 million deal with...Show More Summary
Plus, five games across the NHL on a busy Wednesday night! In one fell swoop, the Philadelphia Flyers managed to discard two of their most disappointing players on Wednesday, trading forward Vincent Lecavalier and defenseman Luke Schenn...Show More Summary
The Kings moved to fortify the bottom end of their defense by acquiring defenseman Luke Schenn from the Philadelphia Flyers, along with veteran forward Vinny Lecavalier. They sent rookie forward Jordan Weal to the Flyers as well as a third-round draft choice in 2016. Multiple reports have indicated...
Just two years after making a big splash in free agency by signing Vincent Lecavalier, the Philadelphia Flyers have moved on as the veteran center was traded to the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday. Elliotte Freidman of Hockey Night in...Show More Summary