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Rob Riches
Greater Philadelphia
Cabrini College alumnus
Interests: Learning, sports, personal growth
Recent Activity
While Giroux has long been the top-line center, coach Dave Hakstol got the idea to move him to wing, and the captain embraced it Continue reading
Tyronn Lue, head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers, joined the team walking out of the tunnel. Continue reading
Some of the league's successful teams have abandoned the morning skate, and the Flyers should follow suit. Continue reading
Retiring a number is the highest honor the Flyers have to offer, and it's entirely well-deserved for Lindros. Continue reading
Crews began work Tuesday on putting down the ice at Wells Fargo Center. Continue reading
Jon Dorenbos, the team's longsnapper and longest-tenured player, was dealt to the New Orleans Saints for a 2019 seventh-round pick, the team announced Monday. Continue reading
Jaromir Jagr is still, somehow, without a contract. The Flyers shouldn't be the team that signs him to one. Continue reading
The team announced that 2017 draft picks Morgan Frost and Isaac Ratcliffe have been signed to three-year entry level contracts. Continue reading
Drew Anderson and Cameron Perkins have been sent to the minors following the Phillies' 7-1 loss on Tuesday. Continue reading
Johnny Gaudreau, a native of Carney's Point, N.J., said that he would be open to heading home and lacing 'em up for the Orange and Black. Continue reading
Cole Bardreau, along with goalies Anthony Stolarz and Alex Lyon, have signed short-term deals to remain with the Flyers, the organization announced Saturday Continue reading
Taylor Leier will return on a one-year deal, according to a report from CapFriendly. Continue reading
Just a day after their home opener was revealed, the Phantoms on Tuesday announced the schedule for the remaining 75 games of their season. Continue reading
While the Flyers of tomorrow are making their respective ways through Development Camp, their American Hockey League affiliate is laying the groundwork for another season. Continue reading
Roman Lyubimov, who the Flyers tended a qualifying offer to last week, has rejected it and will return to his former KHL club. Continue reading
Here's what a team of the best first-round picks in Flyers history would look like. Continue reading
Ron Hextall appears to have made his first trade of the offseason on Friday, as Craig Custance reported a deal sending the rights to Nick Cousins to the Arizona Coyotes. Continue reading
Surely, a player with Alex Galchenyuk's talents could help the Flyers, but is it the right move for the club? Continue reading
Former Flyers coach Craig Berube will make his return behind an NHL bench, just over two years since his dismissal from the Orange and Black. Continue reading
Even though the NBA Finals are in full-swing, Charles Barkley has made time to stop by and check out some of the thrilling Stanley Cup Final action in Nashville. Continue reading
Samuel Dove-McFalls, one of their fourth-round selections in 2015 (98th overall), will become a free agent, as the Orange and Black missed their 5 p.m. deadline to sign him. Continue reading
Jim Bunning, the Baseball Hall of Fame pitcher and former Congressman that spent six seasons in the Phillies pinstripes, passed away at the age of 85 following a stroke suffered last October. Continue reading
With his third season wrapped up, Hextall has made 13 trades. Here's how they've all shaken out, ranked from worst to best Continue reading
One stretch of 11th Street down at the Sports Complex, spanning from Pattison Avenue down to Terminal Avenue, will be named "Ed Snider Way" in his honor. Continue reading
After a lengthy career as a goalie in the NHL and the minor leagues, Pelletier joined the Flyers' front office upon their expansion in 1967. Continue reading