- The Flyers are just four games into their 2021 campaign, but their well-documented roster depth is already beginning to get tested.
- Brian Elliott was ageless and Travis Konecny was a shining beacon of youth as the Flyers cruised past the Sabres 3-0 on Tuesday to split their two-game series with Buffalo.
- It's time to panic people. The Flyers have lost a hockey game.
- The Flyers got off to a 2-0-0 start thanks to their 5-2 win over the Penguins on Friday night. But if they hope to keep that undefeated streak going, they'll have to do so without their first-line center and reigning Selke Trophy winner Sean Couturier.
- The Flyers got out to a 3-0 lead over the Penguins on Friday night, and although things got dicey at points, Philly was able to hang on for a 5-2 win and improve to 2-0-0 on the young season
- Six different Flyers netted a goal in the victory, as a monster third period took the wind out of their hated rivals' sails in a win that will have Philadelphia fans, for the first time in weeks, feeling good about themselves again.
- The parking lot outside of the Wells Fargo Center may be barren, with the COVID-19 protocols still in place this coming Flyers’ season. However, there may be a transformation taking place inside each time the Flyers touch the ice.
- Sure, it's mid-January, but there's never a bad time for a Flyers season opener, and that's what will take place on Wednesday evening when the Orange and Black host the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Wells Fargo Center.
- The Flyers made all the right moves last offseason and it's still paying off.
- The Philadelphia Flyers will be a good team this season. That much is certain. Alain Vigneault is a very good coach. That much is certain. Goaltender Carter Hart is a budding superstar. That much appears certain.
This year’s NHL season will start Jan. 13. Teams will play 56 games.
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- Coverage begins at 6 p.m. ET on NBCSN and the NBC Sports app.
- Robin Lehner has always worn great gear, and these are no exception.
- The Capitals' starting goaltender has reportedly tested positive for coronavirus after begin added to the NHL's COVID absence list.
- The Capitals will miss four key players for at least four games, as Alex Ovechkin's wife questions the league's COVID-19 protocols.
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- Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Dmitry Orlov and Ilya Samsonov were placed on the NHL's COVID-19 protocol-related absence list on Wednesday.
- Alex Ovechkins wife Nastya took to Instagram to voice her frustration with an NHL rule that landed her husband on the COVID-19 absences list.
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