It’s been about a month since the Flyers extended a qualifying offer to defenseman Philippe Myers. Since then, it’s been radio silence from both camps. No news has broke on progress between the two camps, leaving fans to speculate on their own. No word of a dollar figure nor term has circulated from any credible […]Read more "What’s the Hold-Up on a Philippe Myers Deal?"
Three days ago, the NHL Network released a top-20 defenseman list. The list sent Philadelphia Flyers fans into a fit since no one from the team was there. Notably, Ivan Provorov is a defenseman that a lot of people felt should be on that top-20 list. That fell on deaf ears. Was the NHL correct […]Read more "Why Flyers’ Ivan Provorov Is a Top Twenty Defenseman"
Like Billy Madison, it’s back to school! The guys preach realism this week, curbing expectations and making sure the correct amount of stock is put into each and every event happening this offseason. They also discuss Nat’s comments on Sean Couturier from last week’s episode. All that and more on the latest and greatest! Be […]Read more "Realism 101 w/ the Pod Street Bullies"
As the 2019-2020 season started, the Philadelphia Flyers defense had a different look than what we grew accustomed to. When the Flyers visited Prague to take on the Chicago Blackhawks, Philippe Myers was not in the lineup. The first change on defense for Philadelphia was Samuel Morin on October 27th, 2019. It wasn’t until after […]Read more "Will the Flyers look to the Phantoms for Defensive reinforcements?"
After the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs and the offseason moves that Chuck Fletcher has made thus far, the Philadelphia Flyers lineup will shake up a bit. The consensus is that the Flyers like the core players that they have and the youth in the locker room. With that said, the personnel won’t change drastically from […]Read more "Projecting the Philadelphia Flyers 2020-2021 Opening Night Lineup"
Heading into the 2020-2021 NHL regular season, the current offseason weighs heavily for all teams. Not only are NHL franchises trying to construct the best rosters to compete for the 2021 Stanley Cup, but they’re also planning for the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. The Seattle Kraken will enter the fold and shake up the NHL […]Read more "The Flyers and The 2021 NHL Expansion Draft"
With the offseason in full swing, the guys touch on what the team could look like moving forward. That means what happens with Phil Myers, the battle for 3C, and where Morgan Frost could potentially fit in this roster. All that and more on the latest episode from the Pod Street Bullies. Be sure to […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Revisit the 3C Debate"
While NHL Hockey might be enjoying a long offseason breath, there’s plenty of action as far as prospects are concerned. The Quebec Major Junior Hockey League is home to many notable names, but Elliot Desnoyers will be one that perks the the ears of Flyers fans. Philadelphia traded up to select Desnoyers in the fifth-round […]Read more "Flyers draftee Elliot Desnoyers explodes in four-goal outing for Halifax"
2020 was always going to be a quieter offseason for the Flyers, at least in comparison to the whirlwind we saw in the year beforehand. After deciding to turn a new leaf and appoint Alain Vigneault as the Head Coach of the team, Chuck Fletcher sought to merge the visions of he and his new […]Read more "The Flyers offseason has been quiet and that’s okay"
The clock has been ticking on the countdown to Carter Hart’s extension. Sure, there was some business to tend to this off-season, and still is, but it’s never too early to look towards the future. That future needs to include Carter Hart at all costs. Ironically, that cost may not be as high as some […]Read more "Why Extending Carter Hart May Not Break the Bank"