Philadelphia Flyers head coach John Tortorella said Friday he will be standing by his ban on players looking at iPads on the team's bench. After Wednesday's win, Tortorella specifically pointed to forward Travis Konecny, who leads the team in goals (24) and points (46), as a culprit of focusing too much on the replays.
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John Tortorella's latest crusade comes against the use of tablets on the bench, which he calls a "major problem" for his team. His most recent crusade has been against the use of iPads on the bench, used by players and coaches to review plays in real-time.
For the purposes of this article we are going to be using percentage of team total for each of the game states. We see a couple of depth D who might be in line for a few more peripherals because of this increase, but I wanted to take a quick look at Milan Lucic and Barrett Hayton.
*The boys will be heading down to Washington D.C. to face the Capitals tomorrow night, after what could definitely be called a “statement win” against the Caps at The Farg on Wednesday. *It was a big night for Travis Konecny in that last game and, really, has been a big season for him altogether.
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OHL action comes to TSN for the first time this season on Friday in Kitchener as the Oshawa Generals visit the Rangers in their first meeting of the season. Watch from coast-to-coast across the TSN network.
The Oilers’ Connor McDavid maintains his points streak, the Flyers’ Travis Konecny enjoys a hat-trick performance, the coaches for the 2023 All-Star Game are announced, plus the latest on Carey Price and more in today’s NHL Morning Coffee Headlines. SPECTOR’S NOTE: With a league-leading 35 goals and 79 points in 43 games, McDavid is on pace to become the NHL’s highest-scoring player since Mario Lemieux netted 161 points in 1995-96.
Travis Konecny has been so good he’s dragging this Flyers team to wins. It's Travis Konecny with his second career @Enterprise hat trick to lift the @NHLFlyers to victory over the Capitals!
The Flyers have won 6 of 7 and 8 of 12, and neither Bill nor Steph nor Charlie can fully wrap their minds around it, let alone pin down any single feeling regarding this sudden turnaround in the Orange and Black’s play and results. From potential Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny trades, to assessing Sam Ersson and even discussing Bobby Brink’s eventual call-up, the gang tries to nail down everything regarding a suddenly interesting hockey team on Broad Street.
PHN's Best Shots of the Game - Update to follow PHILADELPHIA – The Flyers’ Travis Konecny hit for a hat trick on Wednesday night in a 5-3 win over the visiting Washington Capitals.