Ivan Provorov

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Red Wings Could Provide Ivan Provorov With a Fresh Start

There aren’t many teams across the NHL that can say they endured a more disappointing season than the Detroit Red Wings. One team that can, however, is the Philadelphia Flyers, who finished with a record of 25-46-11 despite adding big names like Ryan Ellis and Rasmus Ristolainen in the 2021 offseason. Because of their struggles, the Flyers hold the fifth pick in the 2022 draft, and general manager (GM) Chuck Fletcher is under pressure to deliver a perennial playoff team to the City of Brotherly Love.
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Are Ivan Provorov and the Philadelphia Flyers Ready to Part Ways?

There is a strong sentiment brewing in Philadelphia that perhaps defenseman Ivan Provorov and the Flyers are looking to go their separate ways. The defenseman was quite agitated when he felt the need to defend his play this season and Elliotte Friedman suggested this has led some to believe this is a sign he’s punched “his ticket out of Philadelphia.”

Flyers Trade Candidate: Ivan Provorov

Ivan Provorov is one of the more complex Flyers on the roster. Is he good? Is he overrated? Is he a good defender or is he more offensive minded? Not being able to tell what you have in him is not a good start to this conversation. After six seasons, Provorov should be much less of an enigma than he is.
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Flyers' Ivan Provorov: Stuffs stat sheet against Canadiens

Provorov had a goal, an assist, five shots, five blocked shots and a plus-3 rating in Thursday's 6-3 win over Montreal. Provorov was excellent on both ends in this one. He gave Philadelphia a 2-0 lead with his ninth goal of the season in the first and assisted on Travis Konecny's tally in the second. The plus-3 performance tied Provorov's season best, improving his rating to a still-subpar minus-19.
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Flyers' Ivan Provorov: Snaps slump in massive way

Provorov had two goals and an assist in a 6-3 loss to Toronto on Saturday. Provorov snapped an 11-game point drought in a big way. He tied it 2-2 in the second period when he wired a one-timer in the slot off a pretty pass from Kevin Hayes. And then he cut the lead to 4-3 at 12:23 in the third when his point shot deflected in off David Kampf's leg. This was the first time Provorov scored twice since Jan. 4, 2018 when he did the same against the Isles. His season has been an anchor around the necks of fantasy managers. Prior to Saturday's outburst, Provorov had just one assist in his previous 17 games.
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Flyers' Ivan Provorov: Stuck in slump

Provorov is in the midst of a nine-game point drought. Provorov has been stuck in a rut lately, only tallying a single point in his past 15 contests. He has 20 points in 62 games this season -- a drop off in production from last year's 26 points in 56 appearances.

Flyers to experiment with Cam York and Ivan Provorov on top pairing vs. Predators

Immediately after the Flyers’ overtime loss to the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night, interim head coach Mike Yeo voiced his frustration with the team’s inability to close out a winnable game. He suggested that changes to the lineup could be coming in the form of healthy scratches, fourth-line relegations, and ice time deductions.