How will the Flyers make room for Bill Guerin?

It seems like a foregone conclusion that the Flyers plan on signing Bill Guerin. How will they manage to fit him under the cap and find a roster spot for him, though? Give your feedback in our poll below. If you choose “Other,” leave your answer in the comments.

Five Reasons I Love the Flyers: Teemu H

Teemu H writes for the Flyers blog, Broad Street Hockey. You may know him as Euroflyers on Twitter. He lives in Finland and is a diehard Flyers fan. He has offered up his five reasons why he loves the Flyers. 1. Style The world is full of boring teams. Either teams that trust in air-tight defense, goaltending, both, or clogging the neutral zone. Teams that don’t possess enough skill to play an offensively oriented game, or teams that have a coach who doesn’t give his players the permission to use those skills. The Flyers are not a boring team. They …

Dancin’ Shawny’s story

Give us a little backstory. You had season tickets. You started dancing during a mass exodus in the ’07 season. Simon Gagne scored. Then what? How did you get noticed? Well it was pretty instant that I got noticed. After I appeared, then Gagne scored, a representative (a sales one I’m guessing) told me that they liked my enthusiasm, and hoped I would return next game. The next game I was there and when I saw the camera I decided to do it again, apparently that’s what they were looking for and it’s grown ever since. I just wanted to …

Five Reason I Love the Flyers: The Mighty Tim

Tim is the longest tenured moderator at the official Flyers Message Board. He lives in the U.K. and is a diehard Flyers Fan. He has offered up his five reasons why he loves the Flyers. Hi everyone! I am The Mighty Tim  your friendly Flyers fan from across the pond. For those who don’t know me, I am a British Flyers fan, but I used to live in South Jersey which is how I came across the team. I have been a supporter of the team for as long as I can remember! Recently, I was asked to provide 5 …

NHL 2K11 review: iPhone edition

Allow me to preface this review by putting everything in context. NHL 2K11 costs $1.99 for the iPhone, which is less than the typical cup of coffee from Starbucks. Comparatively, many of the EA sports games cost $6.99+. There is also a Lite version of the game, which is free, if you’re hard up for cash. No matter what flaws the game may have, it’s still a bargain. In the past, we have seen air hockey and bubble hockey games available for the iPhone but 2K11 is the first NHL game released by a major developer. As such, it makes …