After four seasons of college hockey at Ohio State University, Tanner Laczynski has signed a two-year entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. Headed into the 2020-2021 season, he will be on the same AHL roster with Morgan Frost and German Rubtsov in Lehigh Valley. Laczynski played 36 games this season tallying 34 points. This was […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Tanner Laczynski Signs Flyers ELC"
Awarded annually to the NHL forward that demonstrates the most defensive skill is the Frank J. Selke Award. The Professional Hockey Writers’ Association vote in a poll after the NHL regular season. Over history, this trophy has been awarded 35 times to 23 different players. Most recently, Ryan O’Reilly of the St. Louis Blues earned […]Read more "5 Reasons Why Flyers’ Couturier Should Win Selke Award"
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"
Coming into this season, there was much uncertainty for a handful of Flyers’ prospects over at Lehigh Valley. Each of these guys were chomping at the bit to just be given one chance at the NHL level to prove themselves. One player that fell under this demographic was Nicolas Aube-Kubel. The Flyers were juggling through […]Read more "NAK ATTACK: How is Nic-Aubel-Kubel handling the break?"
We’re all in the dark about the future of the 2019-2020 NHL season. If the season continues and we do witness playoff hockey, the timing on all of the offseason signings wound need to be readjusted. As we steer into the unknown regarding the 2019-2020 NHL season status, it’s worth looking towards prospects in the […]Read more "5 Flyers Prospects Who Could Receive an ELC"
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"
As a photographer, one of the most common questions I’m asked is, “which photo is your favorite?” The answer to this question is impossible to come to. I take roughly two thousand photos in every game and submit an album of about one hundred. However, each photo serves it’s own purpose. There are photos that […]Read more "Photographer’s Favorites: Philadelphia Flyers"
I am missing hockey so much that the other day, I was driving around thinking of when I was younger and loving the mid-80’s when I really got into hockey. Let’s start by saying I have been a die-hard Flyers fan since I can remember. My first game was when they were wearing Cooperalls. When […]Read more "Flyers Writers share their favorite Non-Flyer"
With the Flyers’ 5-1 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets on February 18th, 2020, hockey in Philadelphia was just heating up. Following the massive home-and-home sweep of Metropolitan Division foes, the Flyers took their wins against the Jackets and went streaking. Over the next few weeks, the Flyers were playing their most electric and confident […]Read more "Top Five Takeaways of Flyers Nine-Game Win Streak"
So, you’re in complete hockey withdrawal because of COVID19? Are you living in perpetual anxiety, just waiting for an answer about the future of the 2019-2020 NHL season? You’re not alone. We all miss the entertainment that the sports world has to offer. We miss hockey. When it comes to the NHL, we can only […]Read more "The Flyers Fan Guide to the 2019-2020 NHL Suspension"