Exchanging Emails: Talkin’ Claude Giroux

The hockey world is full of people who process and assess the game differently. Some people rely more on what they see with their eyes, while others lean on numbers. Some people feel a team should stay patient and allow prospects to develop, while others want to see their team constantly contend through making trades … Continue reading Exchanging Emails: Talkin’ Claude Giroux

Pod Street Preview: Flyers Face Devils and Islanders

After coming off an embarrassing week against the Sabres and Bruins, the Flyers look to focus their energy on the Devils and Islanders. Coming out of the four-game series with Buffalo and Boston, Philadelphia snuck away with a measly three points out of a possible eight. Starting the week off, the Flyers led the league … Continue reading Pod Street Preview: Flyers Face Devils and Islanders

Exchanging Emails: Fixing the Flyers Defense

The hockey world is full of people who process and assess the game differently. Some people rely more on what they see with their eyes while others lean on numbers. Some people feel a team should stay patient and allow prospects to develop while others want to see their team constantly contend through making trades … Continue reading Exchanging Emails: Fixing the Flyers Defense

The Draft Mindset: Fabian Lysell

Successful NHL franchises are built through the draft. For that reason, it is never too early to start looking ahead at potential draft options for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021. As of now, the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is set for July 23–24, 2021. It is unknown how the event will be held, whether virtual again or held in … Continue reading The Draft Mindset: Fabian Lysell

Pod Street Postgame: Flyers Handle Penguins 6-3

In the 2020-21 NHL regular season's long-awaited opening game, the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins decisively 6 to 3. Philadelphia's six goals came from six different players. James van Riemsdyk and Nolan Patrick provided the tallies in the opening period. In the middle frame, Joel Farabee provided the lone goal for Philadelphia. Finally, in … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame: Flyers Handle Penguins 6-3

Pod Street Prospects Journal: Roddy Ross, Bobby Brink, and Others

Gearing up for this week's edition of "Pod Street Prospects Journal," I started to think about all of the young talent unable to play due to the pandemic. Yes, some leagues have been lucky. However, a lot have not. Look at the WHL and OHL. Neither league has been able to play any hockey at … Continue reading Pod Street Prospects Journal: Roddy Ross, Bobby Brink, and Others

The Draft Mindset: Samu Tuomaala

Successful NHL franchises are built through the draft. For that reason, it is never too early to start looking ahead at potential draft options for the Philadelphia Flyers in 2021. As of now, the 2021 NHL Entry Draft is set for July 23–24, 2021. It is unknown how the event will be held, whether virtual … Continue reading The Draft Mindset: Samu Tuomaala

2021 Flyers Farm System: Most Underrated Prospects

With training camp and the AHL season approaching, it's a good time to talk about those players that don't come up as often. I decided to look at five.

Pod Street Prospects Journal: New Year’s Edition

Happy 2021 everyone! 2020 was like a never-ending stinky fart smell that will not disappear no matter what we tried. At the same time, it's humorous to see people pretend like living in "the upside-down" is just over now that we have reached a new calendar year. I hate to be the bearer of bad … Continue reading Pod Street Prospects Journal: New Year’s Edition

Philadelphia Flyers Move Sam Morin to Left Wing

During a press conference Thursday, Philadelphia Flyers General Manager announced that the organization decided to move defenseman Sam Morin to the left wing. The news comes as a surprise to those outside the franchise; however, Fletcher claims the move has been in the works for the past few months. Although originally shocked by the idea, … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Move Sam Morin to Left Wing