Flyers March on as things look worse and worse

There isn't much to say in regard to the month of March that hasn't been said already. It's been terrible, there's no two-ways around it. Anyone who tells you otherwise hasn't been watching the games, plain and simple. What's gone wrong? How can the Flyers be this bad after the first few months saw them … Continue reading Flyers March on as things look worse and worse

Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset

In an absolutely disgusting 9-0 loss to the New York Rangers, the Flyers had to prepare for the second half of a back-to-back against the New York Islanders. Obviously this is the best case scenario for Philadelphia due to the quick turnaround allowing the players to clear, regroup, and focus their mindset on the Islanders.  … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset

Flyers & Isles Three Storylines: Toying with emotions

Like thinking you are going to laugh your way through Toy Story 3 with the kids, just to find yourself weeping when they are all about to fall in the fire. The Flyers have fans on an emotional roller coaster this week. Damn Lots-o-Huggin Bear... An OT win against the Rangers on MondayA 9-0 bloodbath … Continue reading Flyers & Isles Three Storylines: Toying with emotions

Nolan Patrick: Displeasure Deserved

It feels like just yesterday we were hyping up summertime scrimmages involving Nolan Patrick. Remember that? According to some, he could be founding flying across the ice and dominating play. Of course, not all of us shared that level of enthusiasm. Some people hesitated to put too much stock into no-contact pick-up scrimmages and got … Continue reading Nolan Patrick: Displeasure Deserved

Pod Street Preview: Flyers Battle For First

Three weeks into the season, the Flyers find themselves sitting at the top of the standings, tied with the Washington Capitals and three points ahead of the Boston Bruins. Of course, these two teams played each other to start the week on Monday night, in which Boston came away with a 5-3 win. With the … Continue reading Pod Street Preview: Flyers Battle For First

Gavin Hain: North Dakota’s Effective Complementary Asset

Complementary, by definition, means making something else better. On their own, complementary players fails to stand out. However, when partnered with other skilled athletes, they improve a team's overall performance. For the University of North Dakota, Gavin Hain is that player. A glance at his numbers and one will walk away unimpressed. Hovering around .30 … Continue reading Gavin Hain: North Dakota’s Effective Complementary Asset

Kirill Ustimenko Injury and it’s Impact on the Flyers Organization

While not necessarily having much of an impact at the NHL level, it was announced Thursday afternoon that The Lehigh Valley Phantoms will be without Kirill Ustimenko for the upcoming season. The 21 year-old from Belarus sustained a torn labrum and has since had surgery on his hip. His timetable sits at four to five … Continue reading Kirill Ustimenko Injury and it’s Impact on the Flyers Organization

Nolan Patrick: Concerns Surrounding his Return to Play

To put it bluntly, the situation surrounding Nolan Patrick and his migraine disorder has been nothing short of a soap opera. From dancing around the diagnosis early on, to teasing comebacks. Multiple scrimmages, practices, everything Nolan Patrick does has been micro-analyzed. Yes, it's concerning that the guy hasn't played in over a full calendar year. … Continue reading Nolan Patrick: Concerns Surrounding his Return to Play