On this episode of Pod Street Bullies, Derrik and John discuss recent Flyers news, highlight four new draft-eligible prospects, and revisit the 2014 and 2015 NHL Entry Drafts. 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 […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): Draft Talk Part 3"
‘Tis the offseason, folks. Welcome to the land of rumors, speculation, and a whole lot of “what ifs.” Logic doesn’t always rule at this time of year, but we can dream, can’t we? In the spirit of dreaming, let’s talk about a player on the radar of the Philadelphia Flyers and their General Manager, Chuck […]Read more "Offer Sheet v. Trade: How do the Flyers acquire Jacob Trouba"
After an unfortunate first season in the NCAA with Providence, Jay O’Brien will be switching leagues next season. The Penticton Vees of the BCHL announced that the former Philadelphia Flyers first round pick will be lacing his skates for them next year. The need for O’Brien to leave the NCAA was understandable. He felt like […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Jay O’Brien Commits to Penticton Vees"
In hockey world this time of year, things tend to drag on a bit slowly. There are only two teams playing while everyone else is gearing up for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. For that reason, our minds tend to wander into hypothetical land this time of year. In this week’s mailbag, we explore that […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Hypothetically Speaking"
If there were a year where chaos was to reign supreme in the NHL during its offseason, this is the year. There are too many quality restricted free agents on the market for GM’s to just sit idly by and NOT do something about it. Brock Boeser, Brayden Point, Matthew Tkachuk, the list goes on. […]Read more "Three Restricted Free Agents the Philadelphia Flyers Should Target"
Want to talk about a prospect that Flyers fans would salivate over as a Right-Handed Defenseman? Lassi Thomson is that player, and he now finds himself on the cusp of being drafted into the NHL. Thomson is like a well-oiled machine that uses his blazing speed to his advantage in both the offensive and defensive […]Read more "Flyers 2019 Draft Profiles: Lassi Thomson has a heavy slapshot & high hopes"
Monday night, the Flyers announced on their website that they had acquired Kevin Hayes for a 5th round pick in this year’s NHL Entry Draft. Chuck Fletcher, the team’s Executive Vice President & General Manager made the announcement. What this move does is give the Flyers exclusive negotiating rights with the 27-year-old center. Hayes was […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers acquire Kevin Hayes from the Winnipeg Jets"
On this episode of Pod Street Bullies, the boys touch on some Flyers news, a few prospects to keep an eye on come draft day, and recap the 2016 & 2017 NHL Entry Drafts. This podcast and previous episodes can be found on iTunes, Spotify, and Spreaker. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): Draft Talk Part 2"
Finally, from the Heavens, the Flyers have a Number One Goaltender in Carter Hart. When was the last time the orange and black knew who their starting Goaltender would be heading into the draft? “Finally it has happened to me right in front of my face, My feelings can’t describe it,” I’m literally singing this […]Read more "5 Backup Goaltending Possibilities For The Flyers"
Will Chuck Fletcher begin signing the RFA’s already? Will the NHL Draft get here already? The month of June is a fun month for those who crave the sport of hockey. A new champion is crowned, and the NHL Draft is in the same month. Hockey is the greatest sport on Earth, and June showcases […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: Who Are The Flyers Going To Make An Offer Sheet For?"