Hey now! The Flyers had a solid regulation win against the 2nd place Caps last night with a 4-2 victory. The Flyers looked…good. They controlled the pace of play, Elliott made some solid saves, they were defensively sound, and their breakouts looked solid. Yes, the Capitals were without five regular players including Alex Ovechkin – … Continue reading Flyers/Capitals 3 Storylines: Starting to play like a team
The Flyers dropped another one to the Devils on Saturday night to complete an embarrassing and lackluster 1-3 series against the rookie-heavy Devils Sadly, the only consistency in the Flyers season has been the recipe in which they lose: Slow startsUntimely penaltiesTerrible PKQuestionable goaltendingLate push that falls short Mix. Bake. Force-feed to the fanbase night … Continue reading Flyers/Penguins 3 Storylines: Still with this season??
Just when you thought it couldn’t get any more intense than the battle for first with the Caps and Isles…here comes skirmish-for-sixth between the Flyers and Devils. The Flyers and Devils will travel the turnpike and will collide with the force of a used Prius and a Barbie Power-Wheel wrangler. ALL.WEEK.LONG! Both teams have had … Continue reading Flyers/Devils 3 Storylines: The game EVERYONE will be tuning into
This season has been a disappointment, there's no two-ways about it. The Flyers were supposed to build off of their achievements from last year and get over that second-round hump. They're on the cusp of being eliminated from playoff contention currently, so it looks like that just won't happen. It doesn't take a PhD to … Continue reading Flyers Wasted Season and its Impact on the Players
It's an interesting time in terms of the Flyers and their situation in regards to on-ice play and their cap situation. The Flyers shed a little bit of cap space at the trade deadline after shipping out Michael Raffl and Erik Gustafsson V.2. They then used some of it to re-sign Scott Laughton to his … Continue reading Sean Couturier, His Next Deal & Comparables That May Help Set the Market
It’s a sobering Sunday for Flyers nation as they drop a Saturday matinee to the Capitals 6-3. The Flyers were in a hole prior to this game, but even as close as a week ago there was still a slim chance of sneaking into the playoffs. The loss, combined with New York and Boston winning … Continue reading Flyers/Islanders 3 Storylines – Slim has left the building
Before you write this off as some disgruntled blogger just venting because he has a platform to do so, let me explain myself. Yes, I love the Philadelphia Flyers. I will always support the Flyers, through good times, bad times, and these times. That doesn't mean I'm excited to watch the product that they're putting … Continue reading Why I Can’t Get Excited for Flyers Games Anymore This Season
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…
Welxome back to the Pod Street Preview! After coming off of a semi-successful weekend against the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres, Flyers fans were calling for a full-on yard sale ahead of Monday's NHL Trade Deadline. After playing an all around great team game against the Bruins, the Flyers once again shot themselves in the … Continue reading Pod Street Preview : Signings, Trades and Games! Oh my!
Three o'clock came and went, and Chuck Fletcher did just enough to have the Flyers faithful not call for an absolute boycott of the team. While it wasn't as flashy as many wanted, it got the ball rolling towards an offseason where turnover is iminent. Chuck made two trades and hashed out an extension Monday … Continue reading Grading Chuck Fletcher’s Moves at the NHL Trade Deadline