On this week’s episode of “Pod Street Bullies”, the guys relive the 2019 NHL Draft, touching on all the Flyers picks and reacting to the moves made on draft weekend. 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 […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): 2019 NHL Draft Recap"
With the 196th-overall pick in the NHL Entry Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers took right-winger, Bryce Brodzinski, from the Omaha Lancers of the USHL. Brodzinski experienced most of his success playing high school hockey for Blaine High in Minnesota. He played in 23 games for Blaine High and recorded a whopping 76 points. Additionally, he played […]Read more "Instant Analysis: The Flyers Select Bryce Brodzinski in Round 7"
The Philadelphia Flyers had two picks in the third round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. With the 165th-overall pick, they took right-winger, Egor Serdyuk from the Victoriaville Tigres of the QMJHL. Then they selected goalie Roddy Ross from the Seattle Thunderbirds of the WHL 169th-overall. In his rookie year with Victoriaville, Serdyuk posted 25 […]Read more "Instant Analysis: The Flyers Select Egor Serdyuk and Roddy Ross in Round 6"
With the 103rd-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers selected defenseman, Mason Millman from the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League. Millman has spent parts of the past two seasons as a member of Saginaw’s blueline. He only played six games in 2017-18 but played 66 regular season games this […]Read more "Instant Analysis: The Flyers Select Mason Millman 103rd-Overall"
With the 72nd-overall pick in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft, the Philadelphia Flyers selected defenseman, Ronnie Attard from the Tri-City Storm of the USHL. Attard, a White Lake, Michigan native, took off this past season for Tri-City. He posted 30 goals and 34 assists in 48 games for the Storm and won the USA Hockey […]Read more "Instant Analysis: The Flyers Select Ronnie Attard 72nd-overall"
In exchange for the 11th-overall selection, the Philadelphia Flyers received the 14th and 45th-overall picks from the Arizona Coyotes. The 14th-overall overall pick translated into left-handed defenseman Cam York. Then the Flyers traded the 45th and 65th picks to Nashville to move up in the second round. With the 34th pick in the 2019 NHL […]Read more "Instant Analysis: The Flyers Select Bobby Brink 34th-Overall"
There’s no denying that the Philadelphia Flyers and General Manager, Chuck Fletcher, brought a fair share of drama to the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. Originally, owners of the 11th-overall pick, the Flyers engaged in a trade with Arizona, sending that pick to the Coyotes for the 14th and 45th-overall pick. Initially, […]Read more "Cam York Provides Instant Upgrade to Flyers Blueline Prospect Pool"
It was a scene of happiness as Cole Caulfield was still on the board, but out came Commissioner Gary Bettman to announce a trade, “The Philadelphia Flyers have traded the 11th pick to the Arizona Coyotes, for the 14th pick and the 45th pick of this year’s draft.” You could hear a pin drop, it […]Read more "Hello Philadelphia: Flyers Draft Cam York With The 14th Pick After A Trade"
The last week and a half has been busy for the Philadelphia Flyers. First, they traded for defenseman Matt Niskanen; then they went on to trade for defenseman Justin Braun, and then they finally signed center Kevin Hayes to a seven-year deal that’s worth fifty million. Talk about a mouthful right there. The thing is, […]Read more "Flyers Draft Watch: An Inside Look at Draft Prospect Peyton Krebs"
Finally, the NHL Draft has come to full circle. Flyers fans are pumped and ready to go, for good reason, as the team appears to be in a “Win now,” mode, according to General Manager Chuck Fletcher. With that let’s hope the Flyers can become a more consistent hockey team next season, as the Flyers […]Read more "The Flyers Must Keep These Two Mid-Round Targets In Mind"