Anthony SanFilippo, has been writing about hockey this entire millennia. Whether it was as a beat reporter for the Delaware County Daily Times (and it’s six sister newspapers), or for the Philadelphia Flyers website, his hockey history has taken him across North America to see games in more than 60 arenas. He has also been a contributor to the Associated Press and Sports Illustrated and has appeared countless times on television and radio. That said, he’s not just a hockey guy (no matter what you think) and has covered each of the four major professional sports in his career. He also works in politics writing strategic messaging for campaigns nationwide, but that’s probably too boring to discuss here. He’s also a part-time actor and a full-time dad, meaning he has no time for anything else (but if you ask nicely, he’ll probably say yes.)
“It’s like we hit rock bottom. We can’t catch a break.” – Flyers captain Claude Giroux following the 6-3 loss to the Buffalo Sabres, Saturday.
On Saturday afternoon, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-19-8) face the task of trying to snap a 10-game losing streak for the second time this season, when
Flyers Interim coach Mike Yeo has seen a lot of hockey. As a player, he played four years of junior hockey for the Sudbury Wolves.
On Thursday night, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-18-8) will try not to become just the second team in franchise history to have two 10-game losing streaks
It’s easy to bash the Flyers these days. They deserve it. They’ve been a major disappointment. They had a 10-game losing streak in November and
On Tuesday night, the Philadelphia Flyers (13-18-7) will look to prevent their losing streak from reaching nine games when they take on the New York
Like the contestant on Wheel of Fortune who can’t quite solve the puzzle that everyone watching on television already knows, has blurted out loud several