Flyers/Caps 3 Storylines: Slightly Petrified…

The Flyers went FULL-Flyers on Sunday by dropping one to the dismal Sabres 5-3.  Multiple blown leads, three-plus minutes of complete collapse, and veterans making rookie mistakes. Turns out that is not a formula to beat the worst team in the NHL. So, are the Flyers now the worst team in the NHL after losing … Continue reading Flyers/Caps 3 Storylines: Slightly Petrified…

Flyers/Sabres 3 Storylines: Optimism is a fickle beast

It took eight games, but the Flyers finally got a regulation 3-2 win against the Bruins on Saturday afternoon.  A hard fought, tight-checking, penalty killing victory that keeps the diehard fans engaged for another day. The Flyers have a pulse. A win this afternoon against the last-place yard sale Buffalo Sabres can determine if it … Continue reading Flyers/Sabres 3 Storylines: Optimism is a fickle beast

Flyers/Bruins 3 Storylines: YAAYYYY, it’s Boston Again…

Beantown has made the Flyers its floozy this season. The Flyers are 1-3-3 against the Bruins which will not cut it when chasing a playoff spot. On Saturday afternoon they have one chance, just one chance, to say you make take our points, BUT YOU’LL NEVER TAKE OUR SEASONNNNNNNNNNN! The Flyers have played well this … Continue reading Flyers/Bruins 3 Storylines: YAAYYYY, it’s Boston Again…

Flyers/Islanders 3 Storylines: Jesus, let’s resurrect this season

The Flyers have played their worst hockey in recent memory with a tragic 6-10-1 record in March. Coming into March like a lion and limping out like a lamb with a 6-1 loss against Buffalo.  Yes, the same Sabres who dropped 18 straight took a rubber hose to the fragile Flyers to snap their slump. It’s … Continue reading Flyers/Islanders 3 Storylines: Jesus, let’s resurrect this season

Flyers/Sabres 3 Storylines: Don’t be the Slumpbuster

That was a win on Saturday afternoon and this odd emotion is a little bit of pride mixed with relief. Fan's post-game reaction The Flyers beat the Rangers in a tight-checking 2-1 victory to snap a four-game skid. The win was sweet, but the cause for excitement is how the Flyers won that showed a semblance … Continue reading Flyers/Sabres 3 Storylines: Don’t be the Slumpbuster

Pod Street Preview: Ride The Momentum

After taking a couple of weeks off, the Pod Street Preview is back and ready to dive back into the upcoming action for your Philadelphia Flyers. Obviously, the past couple of weeks have not been ideal for the fans and players alike. After taking some brutal losses from the New York Rangers, New York Islanders, … Continue reading Pod Street Preview: Ride The Momentum

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

Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Enough tomfoolery, let’s play hockey

Let us never speak about the Flyers Tahoe 2021 game again.  Enough with multi-day stoppage of play.  Enough with a four-day road trip for one game. Enough with the players on the Covid protocol list. Enough with the Bruins (for now…). Enough with the excuses. Time to dig into the 2021 season which is now … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: Enough tomfoolery, let’s play hockey

Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: We’re all excited to have hockey back, right?

The Flyers 7-3 victory over the Capitals on February 7th was quickly overshadowed by several players getting hit with Covid protocols, sidelining Claude Giroux, Jake Voracek, Travis Konecny, Scott Laughton, and Justin Braun.  Welp!  Nowhere to hide - the Flyers face-off against the Rangers Thursday night with a roster that resembles a pre-season game.  Here … Continue reading Flyers/Rangers 3 Storylines: We’re all excited to have hockey back, right?

Flyers ‘Next Man Up’ Mentality Must Apply to Benchings

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