I Remember (My Memories of Flyers Hockey)

Here at the Orange Update we try to give our readers a unique take on everything Flyers, and while I’m sure a large portion of you would love to read endlessly about CBA negotiations I’m not going to talk about that not now anyway. Maybe I’m feeling nostalgic or maybe I’m completely sick of hearing … Continue reading

Shipping Up To Boston

Well as the season slowly starts to dwindle down, the Flyers are in the thick of the things.  With 12 games left, the Flyers season certainly isn’t getting any easier as this weekend alone they have to face the Stanley Cup Champion Boston Bruins, and the always annoying Pittsbrugh Penguins. I don’t know if it … Continue reading

B’s Make It Look Bryz-y In Shootout, Down Flyers 6-5

So far in 2 shootout appearances this year, Ilya Bryzgalov has yet to make a single save. In his previous 2 appearances against the Boston Bruins, he’s allowed 11 goals (both losses) which has brought his record against the B’s to 1-1-1 and his season record to 18-10-4 with a 2.99 GAA and a .895 … Continue reading

B’s Make It Look Bryz-y In Shootout, Down Flyers 6-5

So far in 2 shootout appearances this year, Ilya Bryzgalov has yet to make a single save. In his previous 2 appearances against the Boston Bruins, he’s allowed 11 goals (both losses) which has brought his record against the B’s to 1-1-1 and his season record to 18-10-4 with a 2.99 GAA and a .895 … Continue reading

Show Some BryzgaLOVE, Flyers Carry Win Into Matchup with B’s

We’re going to do things a little different with the recap of Saturday’s matinee between the Philadelphia Flyers and the New Jersey Devils. We’re going to roll out our top performers of the game to start… even before the highlights. THE ORANGE UPDATE 3 STARS OF THE GAME: Courtesy of Philly.com 1) Ilya Bryzgalov (30 … Continue reading

Boston Matinee Massacre

Boston jumped out all over the Flyers from the start of the game, determined to prove to the league who is the best in the East. Less than 30 seconds into the game, and the Bruins were up 1-0. By the end of the 1st period, it was a lopsided 4-0 Boston lead. Midway through … Continue reading