For the first time in a long time, Philadelphia Flyers captain Chris Pronger was in attendance at Wells Fargo Center.
While it may have only been in the form of a spectator, the crowd gave the fallen captain a standing ovation.
It was the first time since the team’s November 17 game against the Phoenix Coyotes that the fans had seen Pronger in person.
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For much of the season, fans of the Philadelphia Flyers have grown accustomed to high scoring games.
With a team loaded with offensive firepower in the form of 10 double-digit goal scorers and four 20 goal or more scorers, it hasn’t been uncommon for the team to unload a barrage of offensive firepower against their opponents.
However, those days appear to be in the past.
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The Philadelphia Flyers are one of the most storied franchises in the history of the National Hockey League.
With star players ranging across every decade that the club has been in existence, the organization has had its fair share of players win a varying degree of individual awards.
However, there is one glaring absence.
No member of the Flyers has ever won the Art Ross trophy, the awar... Read More »
So far this season, the Flyers have struggled mightily while playing during the day.
The team’s 3-8-1 record in afternoon games is proof enough of that.
Looking lethargic at times, the team’s lack of jump in day time hockey has resulted in sloppy play, which has allowed their opponents to outscore them 49-33 in those kinds of games.
Obviously, this is a trend that needs to be eliminat... Read More »
Earlier this season, the Philadelphia Flyers allowed a lot of goals against.
The reasons for this varied depending upon whom you spoke to or read, but the overwhelming majority blamed Ilya Bryzgalov.
When discussing Bryzgalov, that too had a diverse set of thought processes as to why the free agent goaltender was struggling.
One of the more popular beliefs was that the media spotlight of... Read More »