This past draft, Chuck Fletcher selected a few players that can be viewed as “boom or bust” prospects. In this edition of “Flyers Prospects Mailbag,” we discuss who the biggest boom or bust prospect is. Additionally, we touch on other fun topics such as Felix Sandstrom and prospects that are running out of time. Let’s […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Boom or Bust?"
In this week’s edition of “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, we touch on a variety of great topics. We dive into the questionable decision not to offer some of Philadelphia blueline prospects entry-level contracts. We also discuss what effect the upcoming expansion draft may have on decisions being made about some prospects. There’s a lot to talk […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: The Expansion Draft Factor"
For this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, I challenged all of you to go beyond the popular 3RW debate. While we will still touch on it this time around, we will also chat about some topics new to the segment. Without any further ado, let’s start this party! I have a few. It all depends on […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: The Farabee Slide"
The Philadelphia Flyers have signed 31-year-old forward, Chris Stewart, to an NHL Pro Try-Out. He will attend the team’s training camp and look to obtain a contract for the upcoming season. Chris Stewart is a former first-round pick that never really materialized into anything more than a bottom-six forward. Since being drafted 18th-overall by Colorado […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Sign Chris Stewart to PTO"
The Philadelphia Flyers locked up another RFA Tuesday, re-signing Nicolas Aube-Kubel to a one-year, two-way contract worth $700K. The 23-year-old forward completed his third professional hockey season last year, spending most of his time in the AHL. Aube-Kubel has played 203 games for the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, recording 45 goals and 52 assists. Additionally, he […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers Re-Sign Nicolas Aube-Kubel"
In this week’s “Flyers Prospects Mailbag”, we touch on a variety of fun topics. There is a lot of interest in which prospect will fill that third-line wing spot. What if Scott Laughton doesn’t come back? Will a prospect become the fourth-line center? We also dive into which prospects are playing where next season. Without […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Who’s Playing Where?"
The 2019 NHL Entry Draft did not fall short in the area of unexpected occurrences. From prospects taken earlier than expected, such as Moritz Seider and Philip Broberg, to projected first-rounders falling past pick 31. It is safe to say that the way the draft panned out surprised a lot of people. The Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "Bobby Brink Brings Star Potential to Flyers Farm System"
On this week’s episode of Pod Street Bullies, the guys break down the forward depth in the Flyers organization and give their line projections. This podcast and previous episodes can be found on iTunes, Spotify, and Spreaker. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network, bringing you unmatched analysis and […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): Offseason Doldrums Part One"
If you feel like doing some in-depth research on Philadelphia Flyers fourth-round selection, Mason Millman, you have to do some digging. Accessible videos of his play are few and far between and most scouts fail to go into great detail about his game. Still, from what one can gather, one thing is certain. The Flyers […]Read more "Flyers Mason Millman is More Than a Fun Name"
What do Brett Hull and Pavel Datsyuk both have in common? They are both former sixth-round picks. Although they were taken in the late stages of their respective drafts, they went on to have Hall of Fame careers. Yes, it is far to early to tell but the Flyers are hoping a similar future awaits […]Read more "Egor Serdyuk is a Perfect Sixth Round Pick for Flyers"