The overwhelmingly popular opinion right now is that Scott Hartnell should be axed. Fans, reporters, etc. are tired of watching him struggle and just want him off this Flyers team. It is impossible to say that that opinion is not warranted, but there are some reasons to slow down with the hostility for number nineteen in orange.
Tonight the Philadelphia Flyers face-off against the visiting St. Louis Blues at 7:00pm EST. You can see the game on CSN-PH in Philly and FS-MW in the St.Louis area. Will the Flyers shake up their lines tonight ?
About ten or so fans linger along the fence overlooking the players’ lot at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday night, awaiting the arrival of their Philadelphia Flyers. Ilya Bryzgalov is one of the first to arrive, and he’s met with a smattering of applause from the Flyers faithful. With a smile on his lips, he ducks his head and lifts his hand in a dismissive wave. “We love you, Bryz!” someone yells, and Bryzgalov chuckles, albeit awkwardly, and said, “I love you guys, too.”
Tonight the Philadelphia Flyers and Washington Capitals meet at the Wells Fargo Center at 7 p.m. Will tonight be the night one of these teams suffer their first regulation loss of the season ? You can see it happen on NHLN-US, CSN-DC, CSN-Philly.
TCL’s Mark Trible co-hosted an hour-long episode of Flyers Corner Radio Wednesday with Seth Hastings and Dustin Leed. The guys welcomed in Justin Johnson, the man with the exclusive Eric Lindros interview.
The Phantoms put together a solid weekend in taking two of three. Friday the Phantoms beat the Bridgeport SoundTigers, in Glens Falls, 6-3. The Phantoms then traveled to Syracuse to face the Crunch, in Syracuse's home opener.
The Phantoms fell 6-2 to the Crunch. The team then traveled to Bridgeport for a Sunday matinee and won 5-1. Four out of six points should always be seen as a solid weekend.