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

ORANGE CRUSH: Flyers DOMINATE Game 7

Tonight the Philadelphia Flyers displayed what they are truly capable of doing. This Game 7 probably never should have even been played, because the way the Flyers outplayed the Sabres throughout the series, it should have been over in 5. However, the display of hockey we saw tonight was such a high caliber that it … Continue reading

Sabres Halt Flyers Comeback With Dagger in OT

This is not going to be a very statistical post game article. I’m going to break it down, black and white what this team has shown us and what we need to see from here on out if they expect to take this run to the next phase and be serious competitors for the Stanley … Continue reading

Sabres Halt Flyers Comeback With Dagger in OT

This is not going to be a very statistical post game article. I’m going to break it down, black and white what this team has shown us and what we need to see from here on out if they expect to take this run to the next phase and be serious competitors for the Stanley … Continue reading

Flyers Make Statement In Buffalo, Take 2-1 Series Lead

If anyone had any questions about whether this team is ready for the playoffs or not, I hope you had them answered after tonight’s performance. The Flyers played one of their most complete games probably since the start of 2011 tonight. There were so many positives from tonight’s 4-2 win over the Sabres in Buffalo … Continue reading

Bob or Boosh? The Philly Goalie Controversy Lives On…

What would Flyers hockey be if it weren’t for a goaltending controversy? And what would playoff hockey be in Philadelphia without really knowing who your bonafide playoff starter is? I mean, come on, the Flyers starting goaltender was pulled not once but TWICE in last year’s Stanley Cup Finals. Yes, on the biggest of stages, … Continue reading