The Flyers and Penguins face off for the second time this season Tuesday night in Philadelphia. There is absolutely no love lost between these two bitter rivals. Commonly referred to as the “Keystone State Rivalry,” it’s one of the best rivalries in all of sports. The passion, the hatred, the pure, raw emotion shown by […]Read more "Flyers, Penguins, January: Some Stats You Should Know"
Saturday afternoon, ahead of the Flyers game against the Los Angeles Kings, the Flyers made a roster move on the blue line. With news that Justin Braun would be re-joining the club, Philadelphia loaned Mark Friedman back to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms get back one of their longest tenured players in […]Read more "Defenseman Mark Friedman Loaned to Lehigh Valley"
Let’s take a trip down memory lane. This time last year, the Flyers sat dead last in the Metropolitan division, in the Eastern Conference, and 30th out of 31 NHL teams. We never said we were strolling down “Fond” memory lane. Fast forward an entire calendar year, and the Flyers are now tied for fifth […]Read more "Flyers Foes: How They Stack Up Against Division Leaders"
On this week’s Pod Street Prospects, the guys run through the goalie prospects the Flyers have in the system. They discuss each prospect, and decide where they may end up next season. Pod Street Prospects is an extension of the Pod Street Bullies podcast, run by the dynamic duo of Derrik Bobb & John Gove. […]Read more "Pod Street Prospects – The Goalies"
The hits just keep on coming, as the update we’ve been dreading has finally come. Flyers goalie Carter Hart will miss 2-3 weeks due to an abdominal strain, likely suffered at practice Tuesday morning. Initial reports just detailed him being taken off the ice. Many thought it was precautionary, until another report came out, courtesy […]Read more "Carter Hart out 2-3 Weeks w/ Abdominal Strain"
Wednesday afternoon, awaiting the Carter Hart update, we got a bit of foreshadowing. With the question looming over Hart’s health, the Flyers re-called Phantoms goaltender Alex Lyon. To accommodate the cap space, they also loaned forward Joel Farabee to the Phantoms. The move makes complete sense, given Farabee’s slide in ice time recently, and the […]Read more "Alex Lyon Re-Called, Joel Farabee Loaned to Lehigh Valley"
In this episode, the guys discuss the precarious position the Flyers are in regarding their cap situation. They touch on what the Flyers should do with Joel Farabee, and discuss the need for a scoring winger. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network bringing you unmatched analysis and humor. […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies: The Duo Does Cap Hell"
As the Flyers took the ice for practice this afternoon, all seemed well. The Flyers came back from being down three goals against Boston and won in a shootout. They’ve taken two of three games from top performers in the Eastern Conference. Philadelphia was flying pretty high heading into Tuesday afternoon. Then this happened. This […]Read more "Potential Injury to Hart puts Flyers in Bigger Bind"
The NHL fourth line. The line that’s put out to grind down your opponent. Often referred to as the “energy line,” fourth liners are full of piss and vinegar, ready to grind and bring an energy boost to the rest of the team. They do that through their style of play. Of course, the fourth […]Read more "Fourth-Line Farabee: Why This Shouldn’t be Happening"
In the inaugural episode, the guys discuss the 2020 World Junior Championships. They discuss the 4 Flyers prospects and their performances as well. Pod Street Prospects is a Pod Street Bullies podcast, focusing on all things Flyers prospects. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network bringing you unmatched analysis […]Read more "Pod Street Prospects: 2020 WJC Recap"