An early lack of discipline and conversions on scoring chances got the Philadelphia Flyers in a hole against the Arizona Coyotes. Darcy Kuemper is among the top of the list this season when discussing the top overall goaltenders. When that is the case, the Flyers need to play more aggressively on offense. While that wasn’t […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Coyotes Feast on Flyers"
Coming off of an overflow of late offense to secure a victory against the Toronto Maple Leafs on Tuesday, the Philadelphia Flyers look to maintain a couple of different streaks. Tonight, the Flyers play the Arizona Coyotes at the Wells Fargo Center and yours truly will be in attendance, representing Philly Sports Network. After the […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Arizona Coyotes"
On Monday, Flyers’ head coach Alain Vigneault stated that he was going to use rotation involving Phil Myers, Shayne Gostisbehere and Robert Hagg for the last two defense pairing. He said he was not sure who was going to play Tuesday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs and would make a decision on Tuesday at […]Read more "Inside Scoop: Flyers’ Third Pair Rotation"
The guys talk about the hot month of November for the Flyers, and predict just how far this team can go. They also bring you news from around the NHL, and touch on a prospect trending the wrong way. The Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philly Sports Network, bringing you […]Read more "LISTEN: Pod Street Bullies – The Duo Does November"
The Flyers have a dilemma. A good one, to be honest. They have three defensemen battling for two spots, and they’re all playing pretty decent at the moment. This isn’t like the beginning of the 2017/18 season when Travis Sanheim, Robert Hagg, and Samuel Morin were battling it out. This still involves Hagg, but enter […]Read more "Flyers Blueline Bustle: Three Guys, Two Spots, One Solution"
With three of the highest anticipated prospects starting the 2019-20 season in the AHL, fans thought for sure that the Lehigh Valley Phantoms had a stamped one-way ticket to the Calder Cup Finals. Joel Farabee, Morgan Frost, and Philippe Myers are three guys that would lend a huge hand in pushing the team deep into […]Read more "From the Glass: Moving Forward With the Season"
Albert Einstein once defined insanity as, “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” For the Philadelphia Flyers, the definition of insanity is calling up Mikhail Vorobyev and expecting a different result. In Tuesday’s game against Toronto, Michael Raffl broke his pinky finger. This leaves him sidelined for the next four weeks. […]Read more "The Definition of Insanity: Flyers Recall Mikhail Vorobyev"
The score reads 6-1, but the game was far from easy for the Flyers. The eruption of four goals came within the last 3:28 of the third period. In the end, six different Flyers scored as they remain red hot and beat the Toronto Maple Leafs. The start of the game was what we thought […]Read more "Flyers Blow Leafs out of Philadelphia"
At one time, not too long ago, the future looked bright for Wade Allison. In 2016, the Philadelphia Flyers scooped him up in the second round of the draft, expecting to transform into a valuable scoring NHL winger down the road. Allison just came off of a successful season in the USHL, recording 25 goals […]Read more "Injury Issues Translating into Uncertain Future for Wade Allison"
To kick off December after a roasting November, the Philadelphia Flyers picked up another home win in regulation against the Toronto Maple Leafs, winning 6-1. James van Riemsdyk, Scott Laughton, Claude Giroux, Joel Farabee, Travis Konecny, and Shayne Gostisbehere all posted goals tonight in a game that was described as “the closest 6-1 game” by […]Read more "Flyers’ Michael Raffl to Miss 4 Weeks With Broken Finger"