On this week’s episode, the guys do a little role playing. Joined by 97.5 the Fanatic’s producer Nathaniel Marlowe, and friend Matt Hoagland, the guys play Gary Bettman and give you their plan as to what they would do if the season started back up in two different scenarios. The group also discusses what they’ve […]Read more "Pod Street Pub: Let’s Play Gary Bettman"
The Chuck Fletcher era in Philadelphia began on December 3rd of 2018. He was tasked with cleaning up the mess that Ron Hextall left in his wake. While it wasn’t a complete disaster, there was absolutely work to be done. From a few glaringly bad contracts, to an NHL roster that had been all-but neglected […]Read more "Chuck Fletcher Hitting all the Right Notes"
The Pod Street Bullies are BACK! After almost a month off, the guys talk about possible playoff formats, how the Flyers would stack up if the season ended and playoffs began right away, and what they’re doing during this time off. Check out the Pod Street Bullies on all your major podcasting platforms, as well […]Read more "Pod Street Pub: Life Without Hockey"
The 2014/15 season was one most of us wish we could forget. The Flyers underwhelmed, finishing sixth in the Metropolitan division and missed the playoffs by 14 points. Even a nine game point streak to close out January and open up February wasn’t enough for the Flyers to get into Lord Stanley’s chase. Amongst all […]Read more "Kimmo Timonen trade was class personified"
Prior to the suspension of the 2019/20 NHL season, the Flyers were tearing through the league. Winners of nine of their last 10 games, the Flyers climbed to the second spot in the Metropolitan Division. Now at a standstill, the great season the Flyers have had to this point may be all for naught if […]Read more "Flyers Top Performers from Nine-Game Win Streak"
The 2019/20 season is at a halt, and it couldn’t have come at a worse time for the Flyers. Winners of nine of their last 10, Philadelphia finds themselves one point behind the Metropolitan Division leaders, the Washington Capitals. The Flyers were in the midst of an absolutely dominate run until the season was suspended […]Read more "Who Would the Flyers Rather See in the Playoffs?"
The Flyers closed out 2019 on the west coast, playing five games in eight nights. They took on the San Jose Sharks, Anaheim Ducks, Los Angeles Kings, Vegas Golden Knights, and Arizona Coyotes before returning to the east coast. Upon their return, they made a stop in Carolina for one final road game. During that […]Read more "West-Coast Wake-up Call: Flyers Rolling After Road Trip"
This week saw the NHL trade deadline come and go, the Flyers maintain a high level of play, and plenty of offense. Two acquisitions, three wins, and a bunch of points later, the Flyers are in second in the Metropolitan Division. The Flyers trail only the Washington Capitals by three points, with a showdown in […]Read more "The Flyeround – Deadline, Road Games, & Firepower Galore"
Sunday afternoon used to be for football. Welcome to March, it’s for hockey now. The Flyers visited New York City to take on the Rangers for the second half of their home-and-home series. The Flyers were victorious Friday night (5-2), and were looking to come away with a win on the road. First Period The […]Read more "Broadway Buzzin’: Flyers Sweep Home-&-Home vs. Rangers"
There are 19 games remaining in the 2019/20 season. Never a better time for a teams top players to gain a full head of steam, heading into a potential playoff spot. That’s exactly what Jakub Voracek, Sean Couturier, and Claude Giroux are setting out to do. Over their last 10 games, Giroux has amassed 12 […]Read more "Flyers Top Trio Produces When it Counts"