While we’re not totally sure just when the Flyers will be hitting the ice again, but whenever that is they could be sporting a new look on the ice — according to a noted uniform site. The good folks over at Icethetics.com are reporting on an interesting jersey concept that apparently has been in the works at the league office, and it’s called “reverse retro. Two teams associated with the look already?
He hasn’t played a game in more than 18 months, but Winnipeg’s Nolan Patrick is back under contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers announced Friday that Patrick had accepted his qualifying offer from the team — a one-year contract worth $874,125. Patrick, 22, was coming off his entry-level contract and he’ll be a restricted free agent next summer.
The Flyers have signed first-round pick Tyson Foerster to a three-year, entry-level contract, the club announced Wednesday. The 6-2, 194-pound right winger was the No. pick in the 2020 NHL draft.