NHL Hockey is just around the corner!
In just over two weeks, the Flyers will host their Regular Season opener against the Western Conference Champion Vegas Golden Knights, a game which is sure to sell out. Right now, however, preseason continues to roll on, and the Flyers have gotten through 3 of their 8 scheduled exhibition contests. All three of these games were against the Islanders, whom the Flyers’ Dev Camp squad beat last week.
Continue reading Flyers Preseason Update – 3 Games against the Islanders in the books
Last Wednesday night (in North America that is), there was a hockey game played in which Flyers jerseys were donned! As NHL rookie camps are underway, the Flyers’ rookies squared off against the NY Islanders’ rookies in East Meadow, New York. The match ended 6-3 in favor of the young Flyers, with Oskar Lindblom scoring a hat trick.
Continue reading As Training Camp starts, Flyers’ prospects beat Islanders prospects 6-3
The smell of hockey is finally in the air! In the UK, the new EIHL season has kicked off, and over in North America, NHL teams prepare to host their training camps.
Continue reading Dave Hakstol: hero or villain?
I recently had the honor to chat with Bill Clement. He is currently a color analyst on NBC Sports Philadelphia covering Flyers games, and used to be on national broadcasts for NBC, Versus, and ESPN. Bill was an NHL player from 1970 until 1982, where he was drafted by the Flyers. He played for the 1973-74 and 1974-75 Flyers “Broad Street Bullies” teams that won the Stanley Cup. He also captained the Washington Capitals during his one season there, and played for the Atlanta/Calgary Flames. We talked about media coverage in hockey, current and past Flyers players, and much more:
Continue reading Interview: talking Flyers, Broadcasting, and much more, with Bill Clement
It’s been a while hasn’t it? Well that’s because I was working on something very special: this interview!
Continue reading An Interview with Brian Propp: on the changing landscape of hockey and much more