The Flyers powerplay and its downward trend

Roses are red, violets are blue. When you commit a penalty, the Flyers won't score on you. At least they haven't been able to do that with any type of consistency yet this season. The most frustrating part is that they started out alright on the man advantage. As the season has progressed, so has … Continue reading The Flyers powerplay and its downward trend

Pod Street Preview : Battling The Empire State

    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

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

Analyzing the Philadelphia Flyers Schedule for 2020/21

The NHL released the schedules for each team Wednesday afternoon. 56 games, playing at home arenas with no fans to start, the season is set to kick off on January 13th. The Flyers open up play that day against their rivals to the west, the Pittsburgh Penguins. The rest of the Flyers schedule is jam-packed, … Continue reading Analyzing the Philadelphia Flyers Schedule for 2020/21