It seems Ron Hextall would like to trade up. If he does, keep an eye on Evan Bouchard, a right-handed defenseman with great upside.
The Flyers have a brutal traveling schedule in December, but the road trips lighten the rest of the way. The 2018-19 schedule was released Thursday.
As the draft approaches, Wayne Simmonds' name has swirled in trade rumors.
Two men with ties to the area are among the new owners of a USHL team in Iowa.
Defenseman Ryan Merkley has the talent to be a top-10 draft selection, but reported concerns about his attitude have caused his stock to drop. Will the Flyers take a chance on him?
Flyers fans travel well, so expect thousands of them to invade the Strip when the team opens its 2018-19 season in Vegas.
Centers will draw lots of attention from Flyers GM Ron Hextall at this weekend's NHL draft in Dallas.
The eight-game slate includes games against just three teams: the Islanders, Rangers, and Boston.
The Flyers may stand pat and stay with their 14th and 19th first-round picks in next week's NHL draft. But if they move up via a deal, a quality righthanded defenseman is on their wish list.
Flyers general manger Ron Hextall plans to be active in the free-agent market, but he will shy away from long-term deals.
Vegas, the miracle expansion team that has reached the Stanley Cup Finals, needs a miracle rally to win the title. only one of 33 teams has overcome a three-games-to-one Finals deficit to capture the Cup.
Washington scored three first-period goals Monday en route to a 6-2 win over visiting Vegas, giving the Capitals a three-games-to-one cushion in the Stanley Cup Final.
Vegas has lost two straight for the first time in almost two months.
The Golden Knights, trying to complete the most amazing expansion-team story in the history of the four major sports, will face Alex Ovechkin and the hungry Capitals.
How can an expansion club be so good so fast, while the Flyers haven't won a Stanley Cup since Gerald Ford was in the White House in 1975? The answer is simple.