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Boyd Gordon

Boyd Gordon

Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 0"/200 lbs
Born: Unity, Canada
Draft: 2002 1st round (17th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Hockey Writers

    What Does a Successful Flyers Season Look Like in 2022-23?

    He is hoping a better year of health from key players along with proper coaching from new hire John Tortorella will pay off and lead the team back to the playoffs. However, youngster Bobby Brink suffered a torn labrum in his left hip earlier during the offseason and will miss the first few months of the season. Ryan Ellis’ return from a pelvic injury he sustained 2021-22 is unknown, and Joel Farabee underwent surgery for a disc replacement.

  • The Hockey Writers

    3 Young Flyers Who Need to Have Big Seasons

    The hope last season was that Frost would be able to come in and cover for Kevin Hayes who was injured, but instead didn’t even make the team and was called up at a later date once injuries really started to pile up. He settled in on the third line, scoring just five goals and 16 points in 55 games for the Flyers. Most of the season was a struggle, but once he was put on a line with Owen Tippett and Noah Cates, something clicked.

  • Broad Street Hockey

    2021-22 Player Review: Carter Hart had it rough

    As much as newer goaltending statistics can account for the type of danger associated with shots one faces, there are still some problems that I don’t think encapsulate the kind of overall performance a goalie has. The Flyers ranked 28th in the NHL in regularized adjusted plus-minus (RAPM) expected goals against per 60 (xGA/60). In layman’s terms, they were one of the worst teams at allowing high-danger opportunities against, and it doesn’t help that they weren’t great at creating high-danger ch...