This week’s serving of Philadelphia Flyers news and links from around the web.
The Philadelphia Flyers had themselves a fairly big week, taking both contests in a home and home series with the Columbus Blue Jackets while defeating the Winnipeg Jets, as well. Our boys are now riding a three-game winning streak, which sources tell me is pretty good.
With the 2020 NHL Trade Deadline just around the corner, General Manager Chuck Fletcher has a few intriguing options on the table heading into the February 24th end date. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Speaking of potential trades, the Flyers have been linked to Los Angeles Kings forward Jeff Carter in recent rumors. So, would it be wise for Fletcher to require the one-time Flyer? We discussed the pros and cons. (BSB)
Even if the team doesn’t end up making a move, Philadelphia’s prospect pipeline still has an impact on their plans of who and who not to depart with in a deal potentially. (Courier-Post)
Nolan Patrick, who’s been practicing with the team in a non-contact variety for about a week now, still believes he’ll suit up in an Orange and Black uniform in 2019-20, which is a step in the right direction in the forward’s recovery from a migraine disorder. (Courier-Post)
And finally, Oskar Lindblom was in the locker room to greet the Flyers following their win over Winnipeg, and the players’ reactions are some of the best things you’ll see all day, month, heck, probably even the year. Look at his smile!! (NBC Sports Philadelphia)
The Flyers enter the new week boasting a 35-20-7 record and 77 points on the year! They’ll kick everything off by playing the San Jose Sharks on Tuesday.