In a new series by Philly Sports Network, we will be looking at how each guy on the Flyers’ roster fairs against the round robin and qualifying teams. Each player will be evaluated based on their points per game, as well as other factors such as average time on ice and special teams production. We […]Read more "Flying High: Top Five Performers Against Pittsburgh"
In a new series by Philly Sports Network, we will be looking at how each guy on the Flyers’ roster fairs against the round robin and qualifying teams. Each player will be evaluated based on their points per game, as well as other factors such as average time on ice and special teams production. We […]Read more "Flying High: Top Five Performers Against Washington"
16 wins is all it takes to win a Stanley Cup. Even with the Flyers playing the three-game round-robin tournament, they still only really need 16 wins. The order of those wins are set to vary depending on their performance in the round-robin tournament. Due to reseeding, the Flyers could face just about anyone as […]Read more "Breaking Down Flyers’ Path Through the Playoffs"
We’re chugging along with the playoff predictions, this time taking a look at the quarterfinals in both the Eastern and Western Conferences. In the round of 16, we saw Washington defeat Pittsburgh, Philadelphia best the Rangers, Tampa Bay take it to the Isles, and Boston run through the Maple Leafs, again. In the Western Conference, […]Read more "PSN Picks the Playoffs: Derrik’s Round of Eight Picks"
We’re on to round two where so far, the Penguins defeated the Canadiens, Islanders defeated the Panthers, Maple Leafs defeated the Blue Jackets, and the Rangers upset the Carolina Hurricanes. Meanwhile, the Flyers snagged the three-seed from the Washington Capitals, while the Bruins and Bolts held steady at one and two. In the Western Conference, […]Read more "PSN Picks the Playoffs – Derrik’s Round of 16 Picks"
On Friday, May 22, the NHL and NHLPA reached an agreement to further discussions about a 24 team playoff once play resumes. Many details remain undetermined, but one thing remains concrete: the fans can’t wait for some hockey to return to their television sets. Per Greg Wyshynski of ESPN, the seeds would look as such: […]Read more "PSN Picks the Playoffs: Derrik’s Play-In/Round-Robin Picks"
The Stanley Cup Playoffs may actually be happening. Let’s let that sink in before getting to the heart of this piece. _________________________ It was announced on May 22 that the NHL and NHLPA agreed to the 24 team playoff, but there are still hurdles to overcome. Hub cities, seeding for teams ranked 1-4, and above […]Read more "Which Playoff Format Gives the Flyers the Biggest Advantage?"
The NHL season is finally in the midst of entering phase II of their return to play plan. Despite the smell of hockey being in the air, the NHL looked into having different options open for the NHL draft. The draft now looks to not occur until the Fall, with Commissioner Gary Bettman declaring on […]Read more "PSN Prospect Profile – Braden Schneider"
On this week’s episode, the guys dive into the now-dated information released on the NHL/NHLPA agreement to move forward with the 24 team playoff scenario. They break down the seeding, talk trend of yester-year, and dive into the semantics of the situation. Be sure you’re following us on Twitter @PodSTBullies, Derrik @PodStreetBobb, and John @PodStreetGove. […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Talk 24 Team Playoffs"
We’re back! We’re here to talk more recent drafts with some familiar names. After a brief hiatus, we continue the look-back at Flyers draft picks of the past. This time, we focus in on the 2012 NHL Draft, and a few names many Flyers fans are more than familiar with. Some current roster players, some […]Read more "Where are they Now – 2012 Flyers Draft Picks"