This is one giant step in the right direction for everyone that misses sports. Friday night, the NHLPA voted to approve a 24-team playoff format as a conclusion to the 2019-2020 season. At this moment, this doesn’t include a time table to return since regulations compliant to health and safety need to be negotiated. The […]Read more "NHLPA Approves 24 Team Stanley Cup Playoffs"
Reports are abound, and there’s about a million different scenarios on how the NHL will handle resuming play. Friday night, the NHL announced they’ve agreed with the NHLPA to move forward with negotiations about the league’s plan for a 24-team playoff tournament. While negotiations are in the preliminary stages, we still don’t know if the […]Read more "Why Playing out the NHL Regular Season Doesn’t Matter"
With the NHL draft hoping to occur in about a month, it’s time to begin flashing back to the Flyers’ draft classes in the past two decades. In the latest installment of Philly Sports Network’s “where are they now” draft series, we take a look at the 2011 NHL draft. After getting swept in the 2011 […]Read more "Where are they Now – 2011 Flyers Draft Picks"
Brad Marsh and the Flyers Alumni have announced episode two of Flyers Decades. If you missed the first episode, members of one of the greatest Flyers teams talked about their run to the Stanley Cup Finals and taking, possibly the greatest team, to the brink of game seven. It was a wonderful night for fans, […]Read more "Flyers Decades Episode Two: The Stanley Cup Champions"
With the NHL draft hoping to occur in about a month, it’s time to begin flashing back to the Flyers’ draft classes in the past two decades. In the latest installment of Philly Sports Network’s “where are they now” draft series, we take a look at the 2010 NHL draft. Before getting into the picks, it’s […]Read more "Where are they now- 2010 Flyers Draft Picks"
Amid the suspension of the 2019-2020 NHL season, it has been a pleasure to keep in touch with current Philadelphia Flyers players. This “check-in” is a little bit different. On yesterday’s conference call was Simon Gagne. The retired left winger spent the majority of his fourteen-year NHL career with the Flyers. Here’s what we took […]Read more "Simon Gagne opens up on what it’s like to be coached by Alain Vigneault"
It’s been a while since we visited our ‘Tales from the press box series’ and when thinking of what to write about on a cold Monday afternoon, I oddly only had one image in my head. Maybe it’s because self-isolation is driving me insane, or perhaps it’s just making me reminisce about that season-opening win […]Read more "Tales from the press box: Oskar Lindblom’s character shines through"
Heading into the 2009-2010 season, the nucleus of the Philadelphia Flyers had been formed. Unfortunately, it wasn’t in part to a good draft class. On paper, the Flyers weren’t in any position to make a splash in the 2009 NHL Entry Draft. For instance, their first selection wouldn’t be made until just after midway through […]Read more "Where Are They Now? 2009 Flyers Draft Class"
Prior to puck drop at the final Philadelphia Flyers home game of the season, the club holds their annual Philadelphia Flyers Team Awards ceremony. The purpose of this significant occasion is to recognize players in a handful of different categories ranging from team MVP to the Flyer who demonstrated the most heart during that season. […]Read more "2019-20 Philadelphia Flyers Team Awards: Outstanding Defenseman"
The guys are starting to scrape the bottom of the barrel here, but they do their best to keep you entertained. This week, they rank the four major sport trophies in North America (MLB, NBA, NFL, & NHL). Big spoiler alert, Lord Stanley always reigns supreme. Be sure you’re following us on Twitter @PodSTBullies, Derrik […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Rank the Trophies"