The Flyers are back in town. Let’s get this party started. The orange and black continue their pre-season tilts, and some prospects have stood out from the rest. For instance, Joel Farabee, German Rubtsov, Morgan Frost (Before injury), Philippe Myers, Carter Hart (Second year), and Maksim Sushko. However, some Vets have stood out, as well, […]Read more "Flyers Weekly Mailbag: What would the lines look like with Nolan Patrick injured?"
It’s been an interesting six years since the Flyers selected Samuel Morin with the 11th overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft. Injuries, demotions, promotions, you name it. Morin has been through the ringer in his 6 years with the organization. This year is going to be difficult for the big man. The Flyers currently […]Read more "Is Samuel Morin destined for Flyers purgatory?"
Just five days ago, the Flyers rookies took on the Islanders rookies in an overtime shootout loss. Some of those players who shined in that rookie game saw their first NHL action at the Wells Fargo Center in game one and at Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in game two. The whole “Fly Or Die” mantra […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Three things we learned in Flyers’ opening preseason games"
The guys discuss the Ivan Provorov & Travis Konecny contracts and give their observations as the preseason kicks off for the Flyers. They also field your debate questions by picking a side and pitching their points. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network bringing you unmatched analysis and humor. […]Read more "LISTEN: Pod Street Bullies (A Flyers Podcast): 2 RFA’s, 1 Pod"
The Flyers are hoping to become a consistent hockey team once again this season. One way to do that is with the youth infusion. This has inspired some Vets to perform, especially Jakub Voracek. “If you don’t perform well, you can get sent down to Juniors, with a young guy coming to take your spot,” […]Read more "Flyers’ Jake Voracek looks refreshed ahead of upcoming season"
Hockey was back in Philadelphia Monday night and Flyers fans couldn’t have been happier. The Orange and Black took to the ice for the first time in a while as they hosted the New York Islanders in a preseason tilt. Unfortunately, things didn’t go exactly the way the Flyers wanted them too. The Orange and […]Read more "Kevin Hayes makes strong first impression in Flyers preseason opener"
It’s no secret to anyone who follows the Flyers on a regular basis, that Claude Giroux is a vital part to the teams overall success. As Giroux goes, so do the orange and black. Giroux is the engine that runs the Flyers. Last year the Captain had another solid campaign. Even with that, he still […]Read more "Flyers’ captain Claude Giroux is poised for a big year on and off the Ice"
Finally, finally, finally the day Flyers fans have been craving for the past four months has arrived. The sounds of pucks hitting the ice, pucks hitting the post, and sticks banging on the ice is back in full force, Flyers training camp has officially opened for business. The youth infusion that the orange and black will undergo […]Read more "Six takeaways from day one of Flyers Training Camp"
“Finally it has happened to me right in front of my face, my feelings can’t describe it,” a hit song by CeCe Peniston, is a good way to describe the Ivan Provorov contract situation. “Finallllllly,” the Flyers have officially announced that Provorov has agreed to a 6-year $40.50 million deal ($6.75 Million AAV). “Provy,” was […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers and Ivan Provorov agree to a six-year deal"
Will the offseason just end already? Will Travis Konecny just re-sign already? There are a lot of players arriving early for camp with the likes of Kevin Hayes, Joel Farabee, Alex Lyon, Kirill Ustimenko, Shayne Gostisbehere, Samuel Morin, Carsen Twarynski, Connor Bunnaman, Brian Elliott, and Nate Prosser. Hockey is almost back for the orange and […]Read more "Matt Niskanen could be the glue that holds the Flyers defense together"