The Flyers went FULL-Flyers on Sunday by dropping one to the dismal Sabres 5-3. Multiple blown leads, three-plus minutes of complete collapse, and veterans making rookie mistakes. Turns out that is not a formula to beat the worst team in the NHL. So, are the Flyers now the worst team in the NHL after losing … Continue reading Flyers/Caps 3 Storylines: Slightly Petrified…
Welxome back to the Pod Street Preview! After coming off of a semi-successful weekend against the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres, Flyers fans were calling for a full-on yard sale ahead of Monday's NHL Trade Deadline. After playing an all around great team game against the Bruins, the Flyers once again shot themselves in the … Continue reading Pod Street Preview : Signings, Trades and Games! Oh my!
Three o'clock came and went, and Chuck Fletcher did just enough to have the Flyers faithful not call for an absolute boycott of the team. While it wasn't as flashy as many wanted, it got the ball rolling towards an offseason where turnover is iminent. Chuck made two trades and hashed out an extension Monday … Continue reading Grading Chuck Fletcher’s Moves at the NHL Trade Deadline
Beantown has made the Flyers its floozy this season. The Flyers are 1-3-3 against the Bruins which will not cut it when chasing a playoff spot. On Saturday afternoon they have one chance, just one chance, to say you make take our points, BUT YOU’LL NEVER TAKE OUR SEASONNNNNNNNNNN! The Flyers have played well this … Continue reading Flyers/Bruins 3 Storylines: YAAYYYY, it’s Boston Again…
The Flyers showed proof of life last night as they took down the fourth place Bruins 3-2 in overtime. Rivaled only by Marchand’s botched penalty shot in 2019-20, the Bruins' captain wiped out like a wounded animal to let Travis Sanheim march in for the game-winner. Would it have been nice to take the W in … Continue reading Flyers/Bruins 3 Rematch Storylines: No time to rest
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. The Flyers played a near-flawless game as they shutout the Sabres for the second straight game and third time on the season. The game had an uncomfortable feeling for the first eight minutes of action, as the Flyers were held without a shot. They quickly shook off the jitters … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame – Buffalo Blanked Back-to-Back by the Flyers
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
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