The Addition of Peter Laviolette Bolsters an Already Strong Metropolitan Division

Early Tuesday morning, the Washington Capitals announced they had hired Peter Laviolette as their next head coach. An all-to familiar face to the city of Philadelphia, Lavy now becomes the enemy. The man who took the Flyers to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2010 as an interim coach, Lavy was beloved by the Philadelphia fanbase. […]

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Handicapping the Jack Adams Race

On July 15, the finalists for the Jack Adams Award were announced. Bruce Cassidy of the Bruins, John Tortorella of the Columbus Blue Jackets, and our very own Alain Vigneault of the Philadelphia Flyers. In their own right, all three bench bosses are deserving. The NHL got this one right, and each coach has their […]

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Pod Street Bullies (A Flyers Podcast): RFA’s: We’re Still Waiting…

On this episode of “Pod Street Bullies”, the guys delve into the Ivan Provorov and Travis Konecny situations and discuss what reasonable deals could look like for the two. They also take a look at your predictions submitted via Twitter and weigh in. The flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network bringing you unmatched […]

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Carter for Calder: How does the Flyers phenom rank among previous award winners?

It’s time to get serious, and serious about Carter Hart winning the Calder Trophy. There’s no way around it, Carter Hart has rejuvenated an otherwise stagnant franchise, and breathed life into this Flyers organization. He’s doing so with his stellar play, and with stuff like this… Me when people told me “Carter Hart isn’t ready […]

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