Poll: Will Gagne’s Return Benefit the Flyers in the Long Run?

To the surprise and happiness of many a Flyers fan, the team acquired former player Simon Gagne from the Los Angeles Kings on Tuesday. Gagne spent ten years with the Flyers before being traded to Tampa Bay in the summer of 2010. After one season with the Lightning, he signed with the Los Angeles Kings and won his first Stanley Cup with them this past season. Gagne brings skill, scoring ability, and a veteran presence to the team, and his return marked a strong win for the Flyers over the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night. But from this point forward, …


Flyers Miss Opportunities, Fall to Maple Leafs 4-2

Despite a quick start and numerous chances offered by Toronto goalie Ben Scrivens, the Philadelphia Flyers were unable to pull out a win in Monday night’s matchup with the Maple Leafs, falling by a 4-2 count. Monday’s was the second of three games between the two teams this season. The Leafs took the first one back on February 11 with a final score of 5-2. In a game where the Flyers were attempting to hit the .500 mark for the first time this season, they looked downright lost at times. Kimmo Timonen and Mike Knuble were noticeably slow on the …

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Flyers Hockey: An Introduction

Grit. Resilience. Tenacity. Passion. Those four words are just a few of many that can be used to describe Flyers hockey. But the idea of Flyers hockey encompasses so much more than a few random terms that are thrown around during every hockey broadcast and postgame analysis around the league. Flyers hockey goes beyond what happens on the ice. It goes into the stands and into the streets of Philadelphia to the fans; it goes into the offices of the Wells Fargo Center to the staff; and it goes into the hearts of every player who dons the Orange & …


Flyers Valentines

Is your Valentine a huge Flyers fan? Stumped on the perfect card to give to them? Well, Flyers Faithful is here to help. Send your Valentine one of these Flyers-related Valentine’s Day cards, and you’ll score many, many brownie points.

What did Matt Carle ever do to you?

Boo… Who?

Booing is a huge part of sports, right up there with cheering. You cheer for the players and the plays you love, and you boo for everything you hate. The refs, the calls, the players on the opposing team, all of the things you disagree with. It comes with the territory of being a sports fan. But as I took in the Flyers/Lightning game this past Tuesday at the Wells Fargo Center, I found myself wondering why Flyers fans booed Matt Carle — not only when he first took the ice, but a few times throughout the game when he …