The Flyers are as tough and gritty as any team in the NHL Playoffs. They own the most potent power play. They can score with anyone. They boast the postseason’s […]
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The Flyers opened their series with the New Jersey Devils by fighting off rust, erasing another deficit, and overcoming suspect goaltending. Mr. Playoffs had another unforgettable showing, too.
Between the Flyers ousting the Penguins, the Bruins fighting to stay alive, and the Canucks getting knocked out four rounds earlier than expected, Sunday was a busy day in the […]
Wednesday night’s Game 4 between the Penguins and Flyers was nearly identical to Game 3. The only difference? The teams swapped roles.
With Philadelphia jumping out to a 2-0 lead against Pittsburgh in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, Game 3 was the Penguins best chance to flip the script and steal momentum. Instead, […]
The NHL Playoffs started Wednesday night before I had a chance to offer my misinformed and completely amateur analysis on the postseason matchups.
The ramifications of blowing a three goal lead and losing in the NHL Playoffs can be catastrophic. With the Penguins reeling and surrendering home ice, the Flyers can completely take […]