The Flyers have had a tough few weeks, culminating with multiple failed comebacks against the experienced and talented Capitals team that literally rubbed the ice with Flyers players. Not since Roy McAvoy had the shanks in Tin Cup has a game been so out of whack simultaneously. The defense can’t break out, the offense can’t … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Washing the Stench of Mediocrity
Let us never speak about the Flyers Tahoe 2021 game again. Enough with multi-day stoppage of play. Enough with a four-day road trip for one game. Enough with the players on the Covid protocol list. Enough with the Bruins (for now…). Enough with the excuses. Time to dig into the 2021 season which is now … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Enough tomfoolery, let’s play hockey
Welcome to the Pod Street Preview! Looking to put the NHL Outdoors Lake Tahoe game behind them, the Philadelphia Flyers shift their focus to the New York Rangers and Buffalo Sabres. Still having five players that are in the COVID protocol, the Flyers were gifted with some good news as captain Claude Giroux returned … Continue reading Pod Street Preview : Battling The Empire State
Welcome to the first Pod Street Postgame in what seems like forever! For the first time in eleven days, your Philadelphia Flyers took the ice against the New York Rangers with a completely new-look team. https://twitter.com/NHLFlyers/status/1362581753483972609?s=20 With six players in Covid-19 protocol, the Flyers bottom six line combinations welcomed some familiar faces as well as … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame : Rangers Topple Flyers in Shootout
The Flyers 7-3 victory over the Capitals on February 7th was quickly overshadowed by several players getting hit with Covid protocols, sidelining Claude Giroux, Jake Voracek, Travis Konecny, Scott Laughton, and Justin Braun. Welp! Nowhere to hide - the Flyers face-off against the Rangers Thursday night with a roster that resembles a pre-season game. Here … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: We’re all excited to have hockey back, right?
The blueline is a mess right now. Turnovers galore followed by blown assignments, there isn't much to be positive about when it comes to the defense. Sure, it hurts that Philippe Myers is out for another few weeks. It's unfortunate that the three million dollar man Erik Gustafsson keeps losing the puck in his skates. … Continue reading Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption