The Philadelphia Flyers kick off their three-game stretch against Western Conference foes Wednesday night against the Colorado Avalanche. The Avs are 19-8-3, good for second in the Central Division of the Western Conference. The Flyers come in with a 17-8-5 record, tied for third in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference with Carolina, but […]Read more "Flyers/Avalanche Preview: Injuries, Superstars, and Hot Goalies"
After Travis Konecny was ruled out indefinitely with a concussion Monday morning, the Flyers added a new player to the carousal. On Wednesday morning, the Flyers added Lehigh Valley Phantoms’ winger David Kase. For a little background, the Flyers drafted Kase with the 128th pick in the 2015 NHL draft. The 5’11, 169 pound winger […]Read more "INSTANT ANALYSIS: Philadelphia Flyers recall David Kase from Lehigh Valley"
On this week’s episode, the guys recaps the previous week’s games, along with the Tkachuk incident from Saturday. They touch on some trade rumors involving Shayne Gostisbehere, yet again. Prospect updates and news from around the NHL round out the podcast, along with a few other tidbits. The Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia […]Read more "LISTEN: Pod Street Bullies: The Duo Does Ghostly Rumors"
As the Flyers prepare to depart on a three-game Western Conference road trip, they started out Monday with bad news. I previously reported that Travis Konecny is out indefinitely with a concussion. Also, Phil Myers left the ice early with back spasms. Konecny is out and Myers is not expected to play on Wednesday night […]Read more "Flyers Practice Report: Defense Prepares to Survive an Avalanche."
The Philadelphia Flyers are going to be without their leading scorer for some time. Flyers winger Travis Konecny was diagnosed with a concussion after taking a hit from Ottawa Senator’s defenseman Mark Borowiecki early in Saturday’s contest. With 28 points in 30 games played, there’s no doubt the Flyers will miss his production. While Konecny […]Read more "3 Breakout Candidates in Travis Konecny’s Absence"
Travis Konecny has been the best Flyers forward this season with a team-high 28 points, 11G/ 17A. It was just reported that he is out indefinitely with a concussion. Konecny suffered the concussion in the first period of the Ottawa Senators game on Saturday, December 7th. Senators Defenseman, Mark Borowiecki, delivered a devasting, and questionably […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Travis Konecny Out Indefinitely with a Concussion"
The Flyers went into Thursday night’s game against the Coyotes with a five-game winning streak and an 11-game home point streak in their hands. After dropping the game 3-1, they look to rebound Saturday afternoon against the Ottawa Senators. Coverage will begin at 12:30 p.m. with puck drop scheduled for 1 p.m. on NBC Sports […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers Host Ottawa Senators"
Go around and ask anybody, even if they don’t follow hockey, it’s almost guaranteed that they know the name, Sidney Crosby. Despite drawing a ton of comparisons to this apparent “next Great One,” Claude Giroux falls far from this case. In fact, if bets were going to be made, it’s almost guaranteed most hockey fans […]Read more "From Undrafted in Juniors to Underrated NHL star: the Claude Giroux Story"
Previously winners of five straight games, the Philadelphia Flyers skated onto their home ice to host the Arizona Coyotes. They were favored on the money-line spreads, which is usually a sign for a trap in this wild world of Philadelphia sports. Even though the Flyers weren’t on the favorable side of the goaltender matchup, the […]Read more "Vigneault Appreciates Effort, Flyers Need to Execute"
Just around this time last year, then Philadelphia Flyers General Manager, Ron Hextall, was relieved of his front office duties. Hextall was the one responsible for hiring, then Flyers head coach, Dave Hakstol. The team had talent last season. The difference this season is that they aren’t playing without passion. Another difference would be the […]Read more "Ron Hextall Was “Fly Or Die” Before It Was the Flyers Brand"