Pod Street Postgame : Oh Captain! My Captain!

Welcome to the Pod Street Postgame as the Battle of Pennsylvania continues. Game 2 kicks off once again in Pittsburgh. After getting through a brutal and defenseless game, the Flyers prepared for another physical battle against their cross-state rivals. This Pod Street Postgame is much sweeter to write than the last one. One of the two … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame : Oh Captain! My Captain!

Pod Street Postgame : No Crosby, Still a Problem

Welcome to a sad Pod Street Postgame. A very sad Pod Street Postgame. In the first match of a three game series, the Flyers met with the Pittsburgh Penguins for the first time since the season opener. There were a lot of firsts in tonight's game as Mark Friedman made his debut for the Penguins … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame : No Crosby, Still a Problem

Flyers Evening News: Mark Friedman Claimed

Thanks to Ron Hextall and the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Philadelphia Flyers are down one defenseman. Wednesday afternoon, Elliotte Friedman announced on Twitter that the former Flyers GM claimed Mark Friedman off waivers. https://twitter.com/FriedgeHNIC/status/1364621888450945024?s=20 Recently signing a two-year, $1.45 million contract, Friedman played four games for Philadelphia this season. He even took to the ice in … Continue reading Flyers Evening News: Mark Friedman Claimed

Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Enough tomfoolery, let’s play hockey

Let us never speak about the Flyers Tahoe 2021 game again.  Enough with multi-day stoppage of play.  Enough with a four-day road trip for one game. Enough with the players on the Covid protocol list. Enough with the Bruins (for now…). Enough with the excuses. Time to dig into the 2021 season which is now … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Enough tomfoolery, let’s play hockey

Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Happy Saturday morning, folks! When I proposed the idea of doing weekly mailbags to my good friend Derrik Bobb, he whined about the idea being overdone. In some ways, I agree with him. There are a lot of mailbags out there, even just in the Flyers realm. At the same time, varying perspectives are a … Continue reading Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

The blueline is a mess right now. Turnovers galore followed by blown assignments, there isn't much to be positive about when it comes to the defense. Sure, it hurts that Philippe Myers is out for another few weeks. It's unfortunate that the three million dollar man Erik Gustafsson keeps losing the puck in his skates. … Continue reading Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

The Taxi Squad Options for the Philadelphia Flyers

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

Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

A little later in the day than normal, but nonetheless we are here! This week's Flyeround comes days after a few big announcements, some speculation, and much more. I know it's a little later in the morning, but if you're still having that cup of coffee or second depending on if you're chasing around a … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Third Edition

Philadelphia Flyers: What to Make of the Blue Line

Off the heels of a second-round exit courtesy of the New York Islanders, the Flyers entered the 2020 offseason with a question mark here and there. Carter Hart needs a backup, the forwards need more scoring punch, and where is the toughness going to come from? The one thing that wasn't in question as much … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers: What to Make of the Blue Line

Examining the Farm: Flyers Defensemen Prospects 2020-21

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 Defensemen Prospects 2020-21