The guys dish on the two games from last week, talk about Joel Farabee’s first 2 AHL games, and Voracek’s game against the Vancouver Canucks. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network, bringing you unmatched analysis and humor. Hosted by the dynamic duo of Derrik Bobb & John Gove. […]Read more "LISTEN: Pod Street Bullies (A Flyers Podcast) – The Duo Does Optimism"
Saturday night into Sunday morning, the Philadelphia Flyers played the Vancouver Canucks close. Carter Hart and Jacob Markstrom both played well for their teams in goal, but the Canucks got the win. The Flyers went to a shootout, which is never good news to Philadelphia fans, and that trend continued. Tanner Pearson put the game-winning […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Calgary Flames"
It’s been a long few weeks for NHL veteran Chris Stewart. The 31-year old has been on a professional tryout with the Philadelphia Flyers for some time now, but that comes to an end today, with reports citing that the former first-round pick will sign a one-way contract. Stewart has most recently played in the […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign veteran Chris Stewart after professional tryout"
Let’s Recap: Remembering back to last season, the Philadelphia 76ers rolled out a starting lineup of a jump shot-less Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid, Dario Saric, Robert Covington, and Markelle Fultz. After a couple of big trades, general manager Elton Brand made a splash for Jimmy Butler and Tobias Harris. Odds for the Sixers to win […]Read more "What should we expect from the Sixers this season?"
The Eagles made a slightly surprising move yesterday in releasing LB Zach Brown. The 29-year old notably took shots at Kirk Cousins just days before being completely embarrassed by Minnesota’s ‘weak link’. His contract was only worth $1.5M, so it’s no big loss if the Eagles feel comfortable fielding other linebackers in his place who […]Read more "Which Eagles LB’s will step up to fill Zach Brown’s shoes?"
We’ve gone through and grading all the starting pitchers, we dove headfirst into the barren abyss of the bullpen. But I’ve saved the “best” part of the Phillies for last. The report card for the position players will be slightly different than the other two. All players will get two grades: Defensive (abbreviated DEF) and […]Read more "Phillies end of season report card: The position players"
“Flyers Prospects Weekly” is a new weekly column at Philly Sports Network providing you with snapshots into the Philadelphia Flyers farm system. It will highlight prospects that stood out that particular week for their respective teams. NHL/AHL/ECHL Carsen Twarynski Twarynski recorded his first career goal in the NHL Saturday night in Vancouver. The Flyers caught […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Weekly: Joel Farabee Shines in First Weekend with Phantoms"
In one of the more surprising moves in recent memory, the Eagles are reportedly set to move on from LB Zach Brown, just six games into his career as an Eagle. This, of course, comes just one day after a 38-20 thumping from the Vikings. A game where Brown went out of his way to […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles release LB Zach Brown"
It’s been a messy week for Sidney Jones. In fact, it’s been a messy year or two. But through all the flashes of hustle, strong looks in press-coverage, and occasional big play, there seem to be a flurry of mistakes, breakdowns in communication, and toastings. That tension boiled over this week. Doug Pederson ‘called out’ […]Read more "Eagles’ Sidney Jones experiment could be destined for a messy conclusion"
The Start of an Era The NBA has become a three-point shooter’s league. Larry Brown hates the 3-point shot, while the beloved Gregg Popovich has begrudgingly accepted as a necessary part of today’s NBA game. What was once a rare commodity among basketball players has become a key to success in today’s game. After times […]Read more "What Ben Simmons’ new 3-pt shot means for the Sixers in 2019"