Tag Archives: Philadelphia Flyers

A Look Back At What The Remaining Eastern Conference Teams Did At The Trade Deadline

Photo: Joe Sargent/Getty Images It may feel like years ago but just two and a half weeks before the NHL paused its season due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the 2019-20 trade deadline passed. A lot more moves took place … Continue reading

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Fight, Inspire, Overcome, Celebrate – Flyers’ Oskar Lindblom Successfully Completes Chemo Treatments

Photo: @NHLFlyers On Thursday, Oskar Lindblom rang the bell after successfully completing his final chemotherapy treatment at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The Flyers forward was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma, a rare blood cancer in December.

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Flyers’ Oskar Lindblom Returns to the Ice: “That’s The Only Thing I’m Waiting For Right Now, To Be Done With My Chemo And Be Back With The Team And Play Some Hockey”

Photos: @NHLFlyers It was a happy and heartwarming sight at Virtua Center Flyers SkateZone, the Philadelphia Flyers‘ training facility, in Voorhees, New Jersey, on Tuesday as forward Oskar Lindblom returned to the ice and skated with teammates six months after he … Continue reading

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An Analytical Comparison Between Capitals And Round-Robin Opponents

Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images Earlier this week, we took a look at how the Washington Capitals matched up against their three round-robin opponents offensively, defensively, between the pipes, and in special teams. NoVa Caps takes an even deeper look at … Continue reading

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How Do The Capitals Stack Up Against Their Round-Robin Opponents?

Photo: Patrick Smith/Getty Images While most teams will give all they have in a best-of-five qualifying round series to make the 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs, eight teams, including the Washington Capitals, will play a three-game round-robin against the other top … Continue reading

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Which Teams Has The NHL Pause Helped And Hurt?

Photo: Patrick McDermott/Getty Images As the NHL paused the 2019-20 season on March 12 in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak, it came at a good time for some teams around the league that were getting away from their game … Continue reading

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Crossed Hockey Lines, Crossed State Lines, Brought Together Skills, & Helped Each Other Out: How Two Nurses Sewed Over 30 Capitals Masks For D.C. First Responders

Photo: @ChooChooTre Even in the darkest of times, light can still shine. Our communities and our nation are working together to fight this Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Two nurses sewed more than 30 Washington Capitals masks for D.C. first responders. I had … Continue reading

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If the Stanley Cup Playoffs Began Today, Which Teams Would Be the Favorites To Win?

Once the regular season resumes, which NHL teams have the best chance of winning the Stanley Cup in 2020? Continue reading

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See-Saw Fight in Landover – Retro Recap: Washington Capitals vs Philadelphia Flyers – March 23, 1986

Steve Babineau/Getty Images During the 1985-86 season, the rivalry between the Washington Capitals and Philadelphia Flyers was very strong. In late March of 1986, the Flyers were in first place in the Patrick Division with a record of 48-21-4 and … Continue reading

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“Stay Well and See You Soon”: The Message NHL Players and Teams Are Sending to Fans Amid the League Pause

Graphic: NHL.com It has been an abnormal last few days since Thursday’s news of the NHL pausing the season due to the Coronavirus outbreak. What were supposed to be teams pushing for a spot in the 2019-20 Stanley Cup Playoffs have … Continue reading

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