Arguably the most anticipated game in the past six-weeks is upon us. There is one game left tonight against the Devils, and it means nothing for either team. The Devils recently gave the Flyers a week-long wedgie, winning three of four games and exposing the Flyers, who gives a crap effort that has plagued them … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: That’ll do folks
The Flyers pulled off a shootout win on Sunday night against the Devils. Did they deserve the win based on the 60-min body of work? Even the Fresh Prince agrees Absolutely not. But hockey is a game of momentum and confidence, both of which swung in the Flyers' favor for about 90-seconds. Captain Claude Giroux … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: Can we get some offense up in here?
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more intense than the battle for first with the Caps and Isles…here comes skirmish-for-sixth between the Flyers and Devils. The Flyers and Devils will travel the turnpike and will collide with the force of a used Prius and a Barbie Power-Wheel wrangler. ALL.WEEK.LONG! Both teams have had … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: The game EVERYONE will be tuning into
I could start this Pod Street Pop-Off by telling you that it's all going to be fine. The Flyers will figure this out and get back to their winning ways. The fact is, I don't know if they will. I could also tell you that the bottom is falling out and the Flyers need a … Continue reading Pod Street Pop-Off: What is this team?
The Flyers just can’t quite get it right. They played their best 60-minute game of the season last night against the top-ranked Islanders. Unfortunately, the game went 63+ minutes, and the Flyers fell victim to their signature defensive-zone-turnover identity to lose 2-1 in overtime. Loser point and 1-1-1 in this three-game series against the Islanders. … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: KEEP.DOING.THAT
On March 14th, the question was posed by Jordan Hall of NBC Sports Philadelphia. "Are the Flyers trending the right way?" While met with some scrutiny, it was a valid question. The Flyers were coming off the heels of a 5-4 loss against the Washington Capitals and a 1-3-0 homestand. It seemed heinous to suggest … Continue reading The Flyers are trending the right way in one area
Saturday nights postgame had an interesting tidbit of information come from long-time commentator Jim Jackson. Jackson noted that the Flyers have given scored and subsequently given up a goal two minutes later a dozen times. He hit the nail on the head with that statement. The Flyers have in fact given up a dozen goals … Continue reading Flyers having a hard time holding onto momentum
Roses are red, violets are blue. When you commit a penalty, the Flyers won't score on you. At least they haven't been able to do that with any type of consistency yet this season. The most frustrating part is that they started out alright on the man advantage. As the season has progressed, so has … Continue reading The Flyers powerplay and its downward trend
Welcome to the Pod Street Preview! Since the loss to the Boston Bruins at Lake Tahoe, the Flyers turned their game around and are now on a three game winning streak after beating the New York Rangers and sweeping the Buffalo Sabres in back-to-back games. Adding in the reinforcements that came off the COVID-19 list … Continue reading Pod Street Preview: Flyers March Madness Begins
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