Read a few predictions saying the Flyers will not make playoffs. So what would be Hexy game plan going in if this what people think? I think as always we will make playoffs and win the cup. So what will be surprise this year? What player steps up? Who falls? The surprise player that gets […]
Hockeys Future released their revamped ratings for the Flyers top 20. It's amazing what a difference in quality over the last few years. Konecny may well have been our best prospect a few years ago...HF has him as our 12th best, which is pretty low IMO. I think I'd have him at 6th myself. […]
by Sam Kasan This morning, the Pens announced that forward Tom Sestito will attend training camp on a professional tryout contract. There’s no mistaking the role Sestito would fill with the Pens if he earns a spot on the team. He’s huge (6-foot-5, 228 pounds), loves to play physical and will drop the gloves […]
I wrote a season prediction article for a local website that @klindsey and I are a part of. In it, I give a brief forecast for all 30 teams, make round by round playoff predictions, and award predictions (although those are the same ones that I already posted here). Btw, @radoran, I did have […]
I had the NHL CI package last year and I found all I used it for was to check the out of town scores. A wasted $200. I never missed a Leafs game - home or away without it. Think I'll pass this year, I'm retired and have to watch the pennies. Wondering if […]
Lol, slow news day so something talk about.. The author claims to have a source. BS or not, would you do it? http://thehockeypress.sportsblog.com/posts/3086546/nhl-trade-rumor--jeff-skinner-to-philadelphia-flyers---vincent-lecavalier-to-carolina-hurricanes.html PROPOSED TRADE (idea): Carolina Hurricanes: • Jeff Skinner • 4th round draft pick Philadelphia Flyers for: • Vincent Lecavalier • Luke Schenn […]
The Sharks welcome back Frazer McLaren this offseason, who was signed to a one-year deal. The winger spent the last two seasons with Toronto, and replaces John Scott as the team's enforcer. The contract is a two-way deal, but McLaren still requires waivers to move down to the AHL. Thoughts?