There isn't much to say in regard to the month of March that hasn't been said already. It's been terrible, there's no two-ways around it. Anyone who tells you otherwise hasn't been watching the games, plain and simple. What's gone wrong? How can the Flyers be this bad after the first few months saw them … Continue reading Flyers March on as things look worse and worse
In an absolutely disgusting 9-0 loss to the New York Rangers, the Flyers had to prepare for the second half of a back-to-back against the New York Islanders. Obviously this is the best case scenario for Philadelphia due to the quick turnaround allowing the players to clear, regroup, and focus their mindset on the Islanders. … Continue reading Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset
Like thinking you are going to laugh your way through Toy Story 3 with the kids, just to find yourself weeping when they are all about to fall in the fire. The Flyers have fans on an emotional roller coaster this week. Damn Lots-o-Huggin Bear... An OT win against the Rangers on MondayA 9-0 bloodbath … Continue reading Flyers & Isles Three Storylines: Toying with emotions
The Flyers' reenactment of Nicolas Cage’s career continues as they dropped the rematch against the Capitals Thursday night 5-3. It's hard to watch, yet you can't look away. The go down early, fight back the rest of the game mentality was on full display, but the result against a top team like the Caps did … Continue reading Flyers/Caps 3 Storylines: Turn it around, NOT turn it over
Welcome to the weekly Flyeround, your source for everything you missed from us here at Pod Street Bullies. There's a lot to unpack here between prospect news, what's happening with the NHL, and everything in between. Brew that pot of coffee, grab a cup, and take a seat. Here's what you missed during this past … Continue reading Sunday Morning Flyeround: December 13 Edition
In early October, the news shocked the fanbase of the Philadelphia Flyers. Matt Niskanen decided to retire after 14 seasons in the NHL with the Dallas Stars, Pittsburgh Penguins, Washington Capitals, and Flyers. Niskanen was brought to Philadelphia in a one for one trade with the Washington Capitals in exchange for Radko Gudas. With two … Continue reading Is Provorov Prepared to be Philadelphia’s Blueline Mentor?
Phil Myers finally accepted an extension with the Flyers. Eamon Smith breaks down the details, how this affects the Flyers' cap situation, and what kind of value the team is getting.