So how have the Flyers done so far? Lets look at the season so far. The Flyers sit at 29-14-5. They have 63 points. They are 2nd place in the Atlantic Division and 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. They score at a torrid pace, they have the 2nd most goals in the league.
And that's damn good. They lost two players in the offseason, Jeff Carter and Mike Richards, who scored a lot of goals for the Flyers last season. They have a goalie who, despite his big contract, has been off and on this season. And they have a goalie in Sergei Bobrovsky who is taking every chance he gets to show that he can be a big time goalie.
So where do the Flyers go from here? The sky is the limit. The Flyers are a young team, who can score. If Bryzgalov can stabilize his play in net, the Flyers will be primed for a deep playoff run. No team has the depth at scoring the Flyers can boast. Every line for the Flyers is a scoring threat. And once the goalie play is stabilized, there isn't a team in the East that won't be afraid of the Flyers.
So what's next for the Flyers? Here's hoping for a Stanley Cup.
And congrats to Scott Hartnell on his AllStar game selection.