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Philadelphia Flyers: Delusional Predictions for the 2010 Offseason

June 22nd, 2010
Since I've written plenty of previous articles while hopped up on goofballs, I thought it would be a fun departure to drive to the nearest New Jersey shore point, drink a couple pints of sea water, and freak out with my own delusional predictions to the cacophony of rumors and ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Trading Jeff Carter Would Be a Gamble At Best

June 14th, 2010
If the Philadelphia Flyers had something in the form of trade currency, Jeff Carter's face would be printed on the bills. And why not? As one of the few elite players without a no-trade-clause on the Flyers roster, Carter is one of the few blue chip pieces the Flyers have to ...

Philadelphia Flyers: The Force Is Strong With This One

March 23rd, 2010
You remember that scene in Revenge Of The Sith? You know the one where, after coming out on the wrong end of a light saber duel with Obi Wan Kenobi, Anakin Skywalker finds himself dragging his body from the lava pits of the planet Mustafar, missing an arm, both legs, and ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Goaltending Is Always an Issue When You Don’t Score

March 22nd, 2010
If I had a dollar for every time I’ve heard some hockey pundit opine the Flyers “need a goaltender that can steal them a game or two,” I could probably have a pretty good night down in Atlantic City. Hookers included. The game stealer is a constant meme whenever there’s discussion ...

Opinion: Carter & Giroux For Kovalchuk Makes No Sense For The Flyers

December 22nd, 2009
I have no doubt that the Atlanta Thrashers are actively (even desperately) seeking a trade for LW sniper Ilya Kovalchuck. With negotiations for re-signing Kovalchuk to a long-term deal hitting a “snag,” Thrashers GM Don Waddell must surely be looking for an exit strategy if his LW super star cannot be ...