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Morning Observations

Flyers 2, Devils 0: Morning Observations

On Tuesday night, Ivan Provorov, Philippe Myers and Travis Sanheim had their chance to show their skills in front of Flyers fans. Last night, it was Travis Konecny's turn, and he did not disappoint.

Flyers Development Camp: Morning Observations

This weekend in Voorhees, top prospects for the Philadelphia Flyers came to town for practices and drills. We give our thoughts on how they looked.

Flyers Exit Interview Observations

With the Flyers' season now over, the players faced the media one last time before leaving Philadelphia for the summer. We break down their comments.

Capitals 1, Flyers 0: Morning Observations

A fun season came to a close yesterday, as the Flyers dropped Game 6 and lost their Round 1 series to the Capitals by a 4-2 margin. What comes next for Philadelphia?

Flyers 2, Capitals 0: Morning Observations

The Flyers' skaters were punished by the Capitals for sixty minutes, but the heroics of Michal Neuvirth ensured that Philadelphia's season would last at least one more game.

Flyers 2, Capitals 1: Morning Observations

Facing a possible sweep, the Flyers put together forty minutes of great hockey and then hung on for dear life. With a big time assist from Michal Neuvirth, they finally earned a win.

Capitals 6, Flyers 1: Morning Observations

It all started so promising. But by the end of sixty minutes, the Flyers found themselves on the wrong end of a 6-1 score and facing a massive 3-0 deficit in the series. What happened?

Capitals 4, Flyers 1: Morning Observations

Strong play at even strength wasn't enough to keep Philadelphia from falling into a 2-0 series hole, as the Capitals won the goaltending and special teams battles handily.

Capitals 2, Flyers 0: Morning Observations

The Flyers lost Game 1. but even more devastating to their chances at beating the Capitals was a potentially-series ending injury to key forward Sean Couturier.

10 thoughts on Flyers vs. Capitals

The Flyers and Capitals have played already four times this year, and now they'll play somewhere between four and seven more times in the next couple of weeks. Let's talk about the Flyers' first-round opponents.

Flyers 3, Penguins 1: Morning Observations

The Flyers are in the playoffs, and we break down exactly how they got there.

Maple Leafs 4, Flyers 3: Morning Observations

An 0-2-1 stretch now has the Flyers needing to win out in order to ensure a spot in the postseason. What's gone wrong, and can Philadelphia right the ship?

Red Wings 3, Flyers 0: Morning Observations

The Flyers had a chance to essentially lock up a playoff berth last night against a team they had already beaten twice this year. Why weren't they able to do so?

Penguins 6, Flyers 2: Morning Observations

The days of the Philadelphia Flyers beating up on an undisciplined Penguins team hamstrung by poor goaltending appear to be over.

Flyers 3, Senators 2: Morning Observations

The schedule handed the Flyers a game that seemed like an obvious win, and Philadelphia promptly took care of business, outplaying and outscoring the Senators on Saturday.

Flyers 2, Capitals 1: Morning Observations

In what very well could be a first round preview, the Flyers skated right with the powerhouse Washington Capitals and ultimately prevailed in a shootout.

Flyers 3, Jets 2: Morning Observations

Needing a win to stay ahead of Detroit in the race for the second wild card spot, the Flyers battled Winnipeg to a draw through sixty minutes and then took the extra point in overtime.

Flyers 4, Avalanche 2: Morning Observations

For 24 minutes, it looked like the Philadelphia Flyers were going to lose to another poor opponent. Then, they remembered who they were playing and ran the Colorado Avalanche out of the building.

Blue Jackets 3, Flyers 2: Morning Observations

Given an opportunity to take sole possession of the final wild card spot in the Eastern Conference, the Flyers somehow blew a two goal lead with a little over a minute left in regulation, and then of course lost in a shootout.

Flyers 4, Islanders 1: Morning Observations

Following a poor performance on Saturday against the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Flyers regrouped and comfortably took down the New York Islanders 4-1.

Breaking down the Flyers' awful 2nd period vs. PIT

The Flyers' game on Saturday against their hated cross-state rival was largely lost in the game's middle 20 minutes. What happened that led to the total breakdown?

Flyers 3, Blackhawks 2: Morning Observations

The Flyers have gone 4-0-1 to start an seven-game stretch against teams in playoff position, and have moved into the final Eastern Conference wild card spot as a result.

Flyers 4, Red Wings 3: Morning Observations

Handed a golden opportunity to close the gap on their biggest rival for the final playoff spot in the East, the Flyers came through with a much-needed regulation victory.

Panthers 5, Flyers 4: Morning Observations

The second leg of the Flyers' short Florida road trip wasn't totally fruitless, but continued shootout ineptitude prevented them from escaping with two points.

Flyers 3, Lightning 1: Morning Observations

The Flyers' run of strong play continued, as they completed the home-and-home sweep of the Tampa Bay Lightning on Friday night.

Flyers 4, Lightning 2: Morning Observations

Facing a true Cup contender, the Flyers went out and merely put on their best performance of the season, absolutely dominating the Tampa Bay Lightning in every aspect of the game.

Flyers 6, Blue Jackets 0: Morning Observations

Following one of their worst games of the season on Thursday, the Flyers responded with maybe their best, crushing the Columbus Blue Jackets by a score of 6-0.

Oilers 4, Flyers 0: Morning Observations

The Flyers delivered stretches of solid play last night, but a poor first period and a complete inability to finish on their chances sent them to a defeat.

Flyers 5, Flames 3: Morning Observations

Brayden Schenn was the hero of the night, but a few third period lapses from the Flyers turned a sure victory into a tight finish.

Flyers 4, Coyotes 2: Morning Observations

The Flyers relied on scoring in transition, good goaltending, and a lot of (too many?) blocked shots to get their second win of this six-game home stand. Here's what we noticed.

Flyers 3, Wild 2: Morning Observations

Michal Neuvirth may have been the hero with his monster last-second save, but the Flyers outplayed the Minnesota Wild from the start and fully deserved to come away with a victory.

Hurricanes 3, Flyers 1: Morning Observations

The Flyers spent the majority of the contest in the Carolina Hurricanes' zone, but a few lapses that ended up in the back of the Philadelphia net proved too much to overcome.