We use manually-tracked zone entry data to better understand the Flyers' first round playoff loss to the Washington Capitals.
Brayden Schenn will miss the first three games of next season due to a suspension, and Ron Hextall isn't very happy about it.
Schenn will sit out the first three games of next regular season as punishment for his hit in the final game of the Flyers' season.
They're just so totally rigged folks!
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?
Four days after they were staring a 3-0 deficit in the face, the Flyers once again head into a game knowing that their season could end -- or, this time, knowing that they could tie the series up and send it to a seventh game.
The dangerous hit in the third period of last night's game will not result in additional penalties to the Capitals' veteran winger.
The Flyers just won a game they had absolutely zero business winning. But the season continues nonetheless. MICHAL NEUVIRTH.
Can the Flyers force this series back to Philadelphia?
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.
See you Friday.
This is scary.
A goalie change is coming for this do-or-die game.
The Flyers are down 3-0 in the series, and the biggest reason is a shorthanded unit that has woefully deficient. What exactly are they doing wrong?
This Flyers season is already a success, but let's not go into the offseason with a bitter taste in our mouths after a sweep, huh boys?
See you next year, Pierre.
Flyers fall behind 2-0 in their playoff series against the Capitals following their 4-1 defeat in Washington.
It's going to be even tougher than we thought for the Flyers to bring the series back to Philadelphia tied at one win apiece. Can they do it?
The Flyers are without a key player for the rest of the first round.
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.
It was big of Wayne Simmonds to stick up for a teammate. But by doing so, he played right into Tom Wilson's game plan.
Dave Hakstol was brief after the Flyers fell in Game 1 to the Washington Capitals
Don't watch these.
The Capitals scored on their power play opportunities and the Flyers did not. And that's just part of the ugliness of Game 1 for Philadelphia.
Not looking good for the Flyers second-line center.
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After a prolonged absence from the airwaves, we got together on Wednesday night and talked about the Flyers' playoff series that begins this evening.
How can Philadelphia engineer an upset over the powerhouse Capitals? Let's run down the formula.
No respect from hockey writers around the continent.
All the broadcast info.