Vincent Lecavalier

Vincent Lecavalier On The Trade Market Again

NHL RUMORS: Vincent Lecavalier Vincent Lecavalier may find himself on the trade block again, so says TSN. He didn’t have the greatest of seasons with the Philadelphia Flyers, in which he averaged just 10:41 minutes per game in the


Flyers’ Owner Snider Completes Cancer Treatment

News broke earlier this week, that Ed Snider, the owner of the Philadelphia Flyers had cancer and needed treatment. Now it’s reported that Snider is doing fine after receiving the treatment to help with his cancer. For more information


Former Flyers’ Wellwood Announces Retirement

Eric Wellwood hasn’t played professional hockey in a year. There’s good reason for it as he suffered a gruesome on ice injury. Wellwood cut his Achilles tendon, to the point of severing it, and lost a lot of blood


Former Flyers’ D Gustafsson Signs In KHL

The Philadelphia Flyers may have lost one of their defensemen as Erik Gustafsson has reportedly signed in the KHL. The only issue is it seems to be news to newly appointed GM Ron Hextall. Hextall said he hasn’t been


Report: Flyers Promote Ron Hextall As GM, Holmgren To Pres.

The Philadelphia Flyers are working on revamping their front office. They have called an 11:30 am


Flyers Brass: We Need More From Vinny

When the Tampa Bay Lightning released Vincent Lecavalier via compliance buyout, the Philadelphia Flyers swooped in and added him to their roster. Now they are wanting more from him next season as this season was a down year for

Stanley Cup

NHL Diary: Empire State Building Celebrates Win

Welcome to the “Morning Skate: Stanley Cup Playoffs Edition,” a daily collection of the latest news


Crosby, Getzlaf, Giroux Named Hart Trophy Finalists

Forwards Sidney Crosby of the Pittsburgh Penguins, Ryan Getzlaf of the Anaheim Ducks and Claude Giroux


Steve Mason Confirms Concussion

Shortly after his team was eliminated from the playoffs Flyers goaltender Steve Mason

All-Star Game

Triple-Header Of Elimination Games To Cap Thrilling Round

The New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers will contest Game 7 of their Stanley Cup Playoffs