The Flyers had a promising start to Saturday afternoons round three versus the Penguins, but a week in Pittsburgh can take a toll on anyone. They couldn’t find the gusto for another comeback and eventually fell to the Penguins 4-3. No time to dwell, the Flyers are finally back home and facing the 2nd place Capitals. … Continue reading Flyers/Capitals Three Storylines: Anyone else feel a breeze? Because WE GOT FANS!
Welcome to the Pod Street Postgame, where we dissect each game and give you three takeaways from the night's action. The Flyers came away with a 4-3 victory over their rivals to the north, but it wasn't an easy one. The back-and-forth was enough to keep you on the edge of your seat, but the … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame: Broad Street > Broadway
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?
We've heard about it all year. The "next man up" philosophy. When one man goes down, another steps up. We saw Morgan Frost slide in when Sean Couturier was injured. We saw Connor Bunnaman come in when Morgan Frost was injured. The phrase itself is perfectly indicative of the situation the Flyers were in during … Continue reading Flyers ‘Next Man Up’ Mentality Must Apply to Benchings
With the emergence of a shortened season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, there are also different rules and regulations that go along with it. One of the newest rules of this upcoming season is the emergence of the "Taxi Squad". The taxi squad will serve as a way for teams to call up players much … Continue reading The Taxi Squad Options for the Philadelphia Flyers
The Philadelphia Flyers are in a position similar to that of last offseason. The top two lines are seemingly set, give or take a forward on the second line. The uncertainty begins on the bottom-six. With the departures of Tyler Pitlick, Derek Grant, and Nate Thompson, the Flyers have a few holes to fill. Without … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers: Molding the Ideal Third Line
With the prospect of a shortened 2020-21 NHL season seeming more and more likely, the Philadelphia Flyers enter crunch time with some unanswered questions. One of the main areas in question is the bottom six. One can easily get lost in all of the possible third and fourth line combinations. While there are NHLers available … Continue reading Flyers Bottom Six: The Prospect Options
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 Forward Prospects 2020-21