Flyers March on as things look worse and worse

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

Philadelphia Flyers Reset : Shake It Off Mindset

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

Flyers & Isles Three Storylines: Toying with emotions

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

Flyers/Isles – Only ONE Storyline: Emergency Response Needed

Flyers/Isles Thursday night is the most pivotal game in recent regular-season franchise history. The Flyers were completely embarrassed, destroyed, manhandled, and disheartened by a New York Rangers team. 9-0 https://i.imgur.com/BD4MLgb.gif On to the next??  Not so fast.  This is a franchise altering loss that is unacceptable at any level of the organization and certainly by the fan's standards.  Losing … Continue reading Flyers/Isles – Only ONE Storyline: Emergency Response Needed

Flyers/Penguins 3 Storylines: Get mad, get even

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

Pod Street Postgame : Buffalo Brickwalled By Brian Elliott

Welcome to the Pod Street Postgame! On a Saturday matinee, the Flyers met with the Buffalo Sabres for the first time since January 19th. Key players for both teams were missing from this afternoon's game. Jack Eichel missed his second game due to an injury that has him listed as day to day. Phil Myers … Continue reading Pod Street Postgame : Buffalo Brickwalled By Brian Elliott

Pod Street Post Game: Fisle it Under the ‘W’ Column

For the first time in 147 days, the Philadelphia Flyers met with the New York Islanders. This is the first time they've met since the second round of 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs.It's also the first half of a weekend back to back series. Tonight's game welcomed some new and old faces into the lineup. Phil … Continue reading Pod Street Post Game: Fisle it Under the ‘W’ Column

Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Happy Saturday morning, folks! When I proposed the idea of doing weekly mailbags to my good friend Derrik Bobb, he whined about the idea being overdone. In some ways, I agree with him. There are a lot of mailbags out there, even just in the Flyers realm. At the same time, varying perspectives are a … Continue reading Pod Street Post: Patrik Laine, Physicality, and Ghost Peppers

Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

The blueline is a mess right now. Turnovers galore followed by blown assignments, there isn't much to be positive about when it comes to the defense. Sure, it hurts that Philippe Myers is out for another few weeks. It's unfortunate that the three million dollar man Erik Gustafsson keeps losing the puck in his skates. … Continue reading Shayne Gostisbehere and his Road to Redemption

The Flyers are Better Off Not Having Acquired Laine/Luc-Dubois

Backtrack to the offseason where Patrik Laine rumors were swirling like an F-5 tornado. Flyers fans were chomping at the bit like a pack of rabid dogs, throwing out deals they would make. Given, most weren't even close to the value Winnipeg would have wanted in return for their sniper, but it didn't stop them. … Continue reading The Flyers are Better Off Not Having Acquired Laine/Luc-Dubois