Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: That’ll do folks

Arguably the most anticipated game in the past six-weeks is upon us.  There is one game left tonight against the Devils, and it means nothing for either team. The Devils recently gave the Flyers a week-long wedgie, winning three of four games and exposing the Flyers, who gives a crap effort that has plagued them … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: That’ll do folks

Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Happy Saturday morning, folks! When I proposed the idea of doing weekly mailbags to my good friend Derrik Bobb, he whined about the idea being overdone. In some ways, I agree with him. There are a lot of mailbags out there, even just in the Flyers realm. At the same time, varying perspectives are a … Continue reading Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Pod Street Pop-Off: Ghost of Flyers Past & the Untouchables

Welcome back to the Pod Street Pop-Off! For those of you that live under a rock, this is where we vent. We took a segment from the podcast and made it an article, popping off about whatever we feel the need to pop off about. This week we welcome our guy Hoagie to the fold … Continue reading Pod Street Pop-Off: Ghost of Flyers Past & the Untouchables

The Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Tenth Edition

Welcome back to the Sunday morning Flyeround, where we fill you in on what you might have missed during this past week. Training camp kicked off this past week, and we got some great news on a front that's been pretty bleak for some time. The World Junior Championships wrapped up, and two of the … Continue reading The Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Tenth Edition

Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

A little later in the day than normal, but nonetheless we are here! This week's Flyeround comes days after a few big announcements, some speculation, and much more. I know it's a little later in the morning, but if you're still having that cup of coffee or second depending on if you're chasing around a … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

Sunday Morning Flyeround: December 27

Happy Holidays from us here at Pod Street Bullies! We're hoping you're having a fun, safe Holiday's, but also keeping up on your Flyers and Flyers prospects reading as well. If not, we've got you covered with the December 27th edition of the Flyeround, where we take all the stories from this past week and … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround: December 27

Flyers Prospect Recap: Cam York, Bobby Brink and Team USA’s Loss to Russia

Team USA has high expectations heading into the 2021 World Junior Championship, with a loaded roster and a need to redeem last year's poor performance; Cam York is evidently important as the team's de-facto top defenseman and captain, while Bobby Brink looks to prove that he's taken steps forward to improve his game and deserve … Continue reading Flyers Prospect Recap: Cam York, Bobby Brink and Team USA’s Loss to Russia

2021 World Junior Championship: A Flyers Fan Guide

The 2021 World Junior Championship is set to take place in Edmonton, Alberta, from December 25th until January 5th. Similar to years past, top prospects prepare to represent their home countries with hopes of bringing home gold. This year's World Juniors take place in a bubble with no fans and little media, unlike previous renditions. … Continue reading 2021 World Junior Championship: A Flyers Fan Guide

PSB Weekly Prospect Notebook: WJC Update, Hot Starts, and Tournament Invites

"PSB Weekly Prospect Notebook" is a weekly briefing, touching on news and observations around the Philadelphia Flyers farm system. This column is far from an in-depth look and more of a snapshot of what you need to know. Foerster & Millman Cut This week, Canada trimmed its World Junior roster, sending both Flyers prospects backing. … Continue reading PSB Weekly Prospect Notebook: WJC Update, Hot Starts, and Tournament Invites

Examining the Farm: Flyers Defensemen Prospects 2020-21

Since Ron Hextall's tenure as General Manager, Philadelphia Flyers fans learned to keep close watch on the organizations prospects. During hard-to-watch moments with the NHL club, they provided hope for the years ahead. Although players such as Carter Hart, Joel Farabee, and Phil Myers have graduated from prospect status, Philadelphia still boasts a deep farm … Continue reading Examining the Farm: Flyers Defensemen Prospects 2020-21