After losing to the Rangers 4-1 in game one, the Flyers bounced back in a huge way getting a 4-2 win and evening the series on Sunday afternoon.
It was his third career NHL hockey game and first career Stanley Cup playoff game. It was in Madison Square Garden against the rivaled New York Rangers, an “original six” team. He is 23 years old. The pressure was enormous.
The Flyers open the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs in Thursday against the New York Rangers. The Flyers have lost their last eight games in Madison Square Garden including two this season.
The Flyers and Rangers rivalry is historic and intense. The teams will meet for the 11th time in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, but the first time since 1986, as the series opens at Madison Square Garden on Thursday night.
The Flyers have signed defenseman Andrew MacDonald to a multi-year contract extension, the team announced Tuesday.
The Flyers are coming off two straight shootout losses to the two best teams in the NHL in Boston and St. Louis. On Thursday night, they look to get back on the winning track as they host the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The Flyers will visit the top team in the Western Conference on Tuesday night as they travel to St. Louis.
After having their five-game winning streak snapped on Monday night against the Kings, the Flyers will look to bounce back on Wednesday night as they visit the New York Rangers in a key Metropolitan Division match-up.
The Flyers are playing their best hockey of the season as they welcome some old friends to town.
After that impressive weekend sweep of a home-and-home series with the Penguins, the Flyers will be home on Tuesday night to host the Chicago Black Hawks.
The Flyers will return home on Tuesday night, welcoming the New Jersey Devils to the Center.
In a deal that came through just before Wednesday’s 3pm deadline, the Flyers traded defenseman Andrej Mezaros to the Boston Bruins for a third round pick.
The NHL trade deadline is still a day away, but the Flyers are already busy.
After taking an extended break for the Sochi Winter Olympics, the Flyers, along with the rest of the NHL, are getting back to work.
James van Riemsdyk, the former Flyer now a Toronto Maple Leaf, had a lot of choices his sophomore year at Christian Brothers Academy (Lincroft, N.J.). The U.S. National Team Development Program wanted him to head to Ann Arbor, Mich., and a number of junior programs were inquiring, too.