The Nolan Patrick Revenge Tour Eulogy

I was going to call this a moratorium but I needed to be honest. There's no suspension of activity, nor prohibition. This is something that, honestly, blew up on the launch pad. The "Nolan Patrick Revenge Tour" that many have dubbed this season never got off the ground. Sure, you can point to the first … Continue reading The Nolan Patrick Revenge Tour Eulogy

Pod Street Postgame : No Crosby, Still a Problem

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

Flyers most valuable prospect trade chips ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline

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

In Other News: Ron Hextall, a Trade, and Columbus

Strictly divisional play due to Covid alterations this season makes it challenging to keep up with league-wide news. It's as though we are all stuck in our own regional bubbles. For that reason, it felt like the perfect opportunity to launch a national news segment. Each week, we will touch on key happenings across the … Continue reading In Other News: Ron Hextall, a Trade, and Columbus

Flyeround 2/14: Identity Crisis, Giroux the Grinder, & Postponements Galore

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

Flyeround 2/7: Defensemen, Former General Managers, & Those Bruins

Welcome to your later in the day version of the Flyeround for the first week of February. Blame my kid who wants to wake up later and later each day. Regardless, we have a few postgames to share with you all. Some good, some not so good. There's a player spotlight, a cautionary tale of … Continue reading Flyeround 2/7: Defensemen, Former General Managers, & Those Bruins

Ron Hextall as Pittsburgh Penguins General Manager: Pros & Cons

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

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

Pod Street Prospects Journal: German Rubtsov, Jay O’Brien, and More

After the first attempt at this weekly segment, I did some thinking about what I wanted to be accomplished with this column. Try number one resulted in a piece filled with bite-sized news and information regarding Philadelphia Flyers prospects. Although it worked fine, it also provided readers with information and takes they can easily find … Continue reading Pod Street Prospects Journal: German Rubtsov, Jay O’Brien, and More