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William Nylander
Mike Giletto - Oct 29, 2018

YWT #44- One Word: Embarrassing You Would Think: A Potential William Nylander Trade? The time has come again to discuss William Nylander ending up in a Philadelphia Flyers jersey. While an offer sheet grows more unlikely by the day, a trade may not. With the loss of Auston Matthews for nearly a month due to […]


Mike Giletto - Aug 27, 2018

William Nylander! Could William Nylander come to Philly? YWT #35 – Preseason, Postseason, and Offseason In today’s NHL free agent marketplace, we rarely see RFA players receive offer sheets. One that comes to mind, for Philadelphia Flyers fans at least, is the 2012 offer sheet to current Canadien Shea Weber. Weber, whose rights belonged to […]

Bernie Parent Philadelphia Flyers Trade History
Mike Giletto - Aug 21, 2018

It is the age-old question, debated on radio stations and playgrounds nationwide. “Who’s better, Claude Giroux or Eric Lindros?” “Bernie Parent or Ron Hextall?” “Really, you’d take HIM?” That’s right, the question of the week on You Would Think is fantasy rosters. Specifically, who are the all-time best Philadelphia Flyers? YWT #34- All-Time Best Philadelphia […]

Mike Giletto - Aug 13, 2018

YWT #33 – We Are Back Flyers Should Trade for Karlsson The Philadelphia Flyers are looking to trade for Erik Karlsson. As we approach the middle of August, Erik Karlsson is still a member of the Ottawa Senators. It has been an interesting story to follow during the dog days of summer.  On July 5th, […]

Flyers championship
Mike Giletto - Jul 30, 2018

 YWT #31- The Quest For A Flyers Championship In case you forgot, the Philadelphia Eagles won Super Bowl LII in February. The city of Philadelphia hasn’t forgotten, but it has looked forward to some extent. While the Birds reported to camp this week, the Phillies made a move that will hopefully lead to some postseason success […]

Ray Emery
Mike Giletto - Jul 17, 2018

The passing of goaltender Ray Emery over the weekend shocked and saddened the hockey world. The 2001 draftee of the Ottawa Senators (99th overall), Emery spent parts of eleven seasons in the NHL with four different clubs. YWT #29- Ray Emery and his Impact on the Philadelphia Flyers Chicago Blackhawks fans will remember him as […]

Mike Giletto - Jul 9, 2018

YWT #23- Where’s The Beer? Shortly after filing for arbitration, Alex Lyon agreed to a brand new, two-year contract with the Philadelphia Flyers organization. The netminder, who figures to be involved in the Lehigh Valley Phantoms goaltending picture this off-season (barring injuries at the NHL level), went 4-2-1 in his 11 games last year, seven […]

James van Riemsdyk
Mike Giletto - Jul 2, 2018

James van Riemsdyk is a Philadelphia Flyer once again. The second overall selection in the 2007 NHL Draft, van Riemsdyk spent three seasons with the Flyers before being traded to the Toronto Maple Leafs (forget about that trade). YWT #27- Welcome Home James van Riemsdyk  In Toronto, JVR blossomed, scoring 27 or more goals […]

Joel Farabee
Mike Giletto - Jun 25, 2018

The 2018 NHL Entry Draft was held this weekend in Dallas, Texas. The Philadelphia Flyers used their two first-round selections to add Joel Farabee and… Jay O’Brien? Products of the USA Hockey National Team Development Program (NTDP) and Thayer Academy, respectively, neither forward is expected to make the team come fall. Farabee is committed to […]



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