Sure, it may seem a little early to talk about the trade deadline, and rightfully so. We're about a month and a half away from April 12th, and the Flyers could be in a completely different position than they are right now come that date. However, the sooner they make a move, the more likely … Continue reading Flyers most valuable prospect trade chips ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline
Welcome to the Pod Street Preview! In what feels like an eternity since we've seen any Flyers hockey, we finally get to see some action from the boys in the Orange and Black. After having four games postponed after seven players were put into the COVID-19 protocol, the Flyers will look to pick up where … Continue reading Pod Street Preview : Here Comes Your Philadelphia Phantoms!
Welcome everyone to this week's Flyeround! In case you've been living under a rock, this piece aims to catch you up on what you might have missed this past week from us here at Pod Street Bullies. You might be thinking, "What could I have possibly missed if everything was postponed?" Well, that's fair. To … Continue reading Flyeround 2/14: Identity Crisis, Giroux the Grinder, & Postponements Galore
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
Still fresh in Flyers fans minds, the thought of Ron Hextall as general manager evokes different emotions depending on who you ask. Some will say he was essential in building the Flyers team we see today. Others will treat his name like the f-word, seldomly spoken but used with conviction. One thing these fans can … Continue reading Ron Hextall as Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager: Pros & Cons
The Philadelphia Flyers are coming off of a 2 game sweep of the Pittsburgh Penguins and look to continue their winning ways against Jack Eichel, Taylor Hall and the Buffalo Sabres. The Sabres are looking to turn around their losing streak of 0-2 and put the Washington Capitals series behind them. The Flyers will play … Continue reading The Pod Street Preview : January Eighteenth to the Twenty-Fourth
Friday night saw the Flyers take it to their rivals from across the state, the Pittsburgh Penguins. It also saw the Flyers suffer the loss of the top-line center Sean Couturier. Only a few minutes into the contest, Couturier was run into by Jared McCann, and appeared to be in some discomfort on the bench. … Continue reading Sean Couturier Out Minimum of Two Weeks w/ Costochondral Separation
Welcome back to the Sunday morning Flyeround, where we fill you in on what you might have missed during this past week. Training camp kicked off this past week, and we got some great news on a front that's been pretty bleak for some time. The World Junior Championships wrapped up, and two of the … Continue reading The Sunday Morning Flyeround: January Tenth Edition
The Philadelphia Flyers kicked off training camp Monday morning. The rosters had been announced prior, and the players were split into two groups. In those groups, there was a noticeable "A" squad and a "B" squad. https://twitter.com/JHallNBCS/status/1346119959747899393?s=20 The biggest news coming out of training camp was that Nolan Patrick had passed his physical, therefore being … Continue reading What Happens if both Morgan Frost & Nolan Patrick Impress in Camp?
The Philadelphia Flyers are in a position similar to that of last offseason. The top two lines are seemingly set, give or take a forward on the second line. The uncertainty begins on the bottom-six. With the departures of Tyler Pitlick, Derek Grant, and Nate Thompson, the Flyers have a few holes to fill. Without … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers: Molding the Ideal Third Line