Jonathan Toews was hesitant, but how many grilled cheese sandwiches Claude Giroux can eat and Marc-Andre Fleury's part-time job as a make-up artist model make the cut as we learn more about what you can't google about the players!
The Philadelphia Flyers will have a wealth of head coaching experience on their bench next season, with Mike Yeo and Michel Therrien joining the NHL club as assistants.
The Philadelphia Flyers have hired Alain Vigneault as head coach.
Garry Davidson recalls two particular conversations he had with Carter Hart in his office, each one leaving a lasting impression on the Everett Silvertips GM.
The Edmonton Oilers have acquired goaltender Anthony Stolarz from the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for netminder Cam Talbot.
The Montreal Canadiens acquired forward Dale Weise and defenceman Christian Folin from the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday in exchange for David Schlemko and Byron Froese.
Carter Hart turned the page on the month of January carrying a six-game winning streak while helping the Phildalphia Flyers to a perfect 4-0-0 week.
The Philadelphia Flyers have placed forward Dale Weise on waivers.
Some of the biggest names in the game open up about teammate gifts.
The Philadelphia Flyers have fired coach Dave Hakstol, with the team having lost 11 of its last 14 games.
Hate to disappoint you, but Claude Giroux's favourite cheat meal is not a grilled cheese sandwich.
The Philadelphia Flyers turned to an outsider to try and win their first Stanley Cup in nearly 45 years.
Warning: This video contains some serious frosted tips.
The Carolina Hurricanes have placed Scott Darling on waivers, while the Arizona Coyotes claimed fellow goaltender Calvin Pickard off waivers from the Philadelphia Flyers.
Caught at a crossroads between a full-blown rebuild and a legitimate playoff push, the Philadelphia Flyers fired general manager Ron Hextall on Monday, the latest front-office leader to fail to win the franchise's first Stanley Cup in 44 years.
Hockey in the NHL is a far different game than it was 45 years ago, when the Broad Street Bullies ruled the ice with their fists.
John Tavares isn't the only free agent going back to a familiar place.
A 36-goal scorer is moving closer to home and couldn't be happier about it.
Brian Elliott picked up his first Stanley Cup Playoffs win with the Philadelphia Flyers to help even their series at one apiece. Elliott turned aside 34 of 35 shots he faced, including 31 consecutively.
Simmonds writes why his hockey hero should be in the Hockey Hall of Fame for his pioneering efforts, ensuring ‘hockey is a game for everyone’.