Sean Couturier, His Next Deal & Comparables That May Help Set the Market

It's an interesting time in terms of the Flyers and their situation in regards to on-ice play and their cap situation. The Flyers shed a little bit of cap space at the trade deadline after shipping out Michael Raffl and Erik Gustafsson V.2. They then used some of it to re-sign Scott Laughton to his … Continue reading Sean Couturier, His Next Deal & Comparables That May Help Set the Market

Chuck Fletcher, his track record, and how it impacts the Flyers right now

In his first full year as Flyers general manager, Chuck Fletcher was solid. Bringing in Matt Niskanen, Kevin Hayes, Justin Braun, and his deadline moves for Nate Thompson and Derek Grant helped get the Flyers into solid shape. If it weren't for the layoff due to COVID-19, the Flyers may have carried their momentum from … Continue reading Chuck Fletcher, his track record, and how it impacts the Flyers right now

Pod Street Player Spotlight: Our Captain Claude Giroux

As Claude Giroux embarks on passing Bobby Clarke as the longest-tenured Captain in Philadelphia Flyers history, we will look back at some of his accomplishments and see what is ahead for the aging 33-year-old Flyers center/winger. Dating back to the last time the Flyers made the Stanley Cup, Claude Giroux had a coming-out party with … Continue reading Pod Street Player Spotlight: Our Captain Claude Giroux

Flyeround 1/17: Hockey is Back & the Flyers are Good

Everyone excited after the first week of the regular season? Of course you are, the Flyers are 2-0 and beat the Penguins twice! While that's all well and good, there was also some bad news to come out of this past week with one of the key stars suffering and injury. The Flyeround has all … Continue reading Flyeround 1/17: Hockey is Back & the Flyers are Good

The Philadelphia Flyers and Their 2-0 Starts from the Past

The Flyers first series of the 2020/21 season was a successful one. Kicking off their campaign against their rivals to the west, the Flyers bested Pittsburgh in both contests. Philly defeated Pittsburgh by scores of 6-3 and 5-2. There's no better way to start a season, and a shortened one at that. With games looming … Continue reading The Philadelphia Flyers and Their 2-0 Starts from the Past

Fast-Start Flyers: Is Coming out of the Gates Strong a Necessity?

Let's get the jokes out of the way. Flyers, fast starts. They don't typically belong in the same sentence unless the words, "don't typically have" are between them. Over the last 10 seasons, the Flyers haven't won more than five of their first 10 games in a season. Their best start to a season was … Continue reading Fast-Start Flyers: Is Coming out of the Gates Strong a Necessity?