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 pulled out a 5-4 OT victory against the Rangers on Monday night in a game that had a bit of everything. Goals, penalties, scrums, lead-changes, and a winning goal by Jake Voracek that was in real-time slow motion. Two points, heart burn, and a rematch Wednesday night to do it all again. Flyers … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Rematch Storylines: Whiskey and Tums on hand
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
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!
Tuesday night was a harsh reminder for the Flyers and its fanbase how quickly the hockey world can come crashing down. The Flyers dropped a dud to the cross-state rivals 5-2 in game one of the three game mini-series. To get the full storylines from Tuesday night’s loss, pop some Prozac and check out The … Continue reading Flyers/Penguins 3 Storylines: Get mad, get even
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
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
Welcome to the Pod Street Postgame! The Flyers were looking to put the Bruins series behind them, slated to take the ice on a snowy Superbowl Sunday matinee in Washington D.C. Both the Flyers and the Capitals got some much needed added depth to their rosters with the activations of Sean Couturier and Lars Eller. … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame: Matinee Goal Mania in the Capitol!
The Philadelphia Flyers lost for the second-consecutive game to the Boston Bruins on Friday night. In a game that saw a struggling offense for both teams early on in the game, both managed to figure it out, with the Flyers ultimately coming up on the losing end of the matchup. The first two periods of … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame: Flyers lose to Bruins 2-1