It’s cause for celebration for the guys at the PSB studios, those studios being Derrik’s attic and John’s basement. Regardless, they run down the award winners so far, dissect each choice and talk whether a Flyers deserved it or not, and discuss who’s taking home the hardware come the NHL Award’s Show. Be sure to […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Celebrate Selke Sean Couturier"
The guys are back to say goodbye to the 2019/20 season, and share what they observed in the 4-0 loss in game seven. They also dip into some offseason talk and preview what it may look like for the Flyers. Be sure to check us out on Twitter @PodSTBullies, along with @PodStreetBobb & @JohnPGove. Anchor […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Talk Where it Went Wrong"
On the latest from your favorite Flyers podcast, the guys discuss the first four games of the Flyers/Isles series. The positives (not much,) the negatives (a lot,) and everything in between. The guys then decide to get a little serious, discussing the comments made by Alain Vigneault in his press conference. DISCLAIMER: We are all […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Get a Little Serious"
The Flyers looked incredibly comfortable deep into the first period of last night’s game against the Islanders. An early 3-0 lead set the tone for a team desperate to counter-punch, but as time went on, the foot came off the gas. New York forced their way back into the game, pushing it to overtime. The […]Read more "Philippe Myers continues to turn heads in Flyers’ playoff run"
After a week off taking care of the newest Gove, John is back with Derrik and recapping the Flyers/Canadiens series. They dissect what they liked, what they didn’t like, and what the Flyers can improve on as well. After recapping, the guys preview the Flyers/Islanders series starting Monday evening. The best part, the guys debut […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Put the Habs Behind Them"
It feels like only yesterday that the Flyers reshaped their organization with the help of the 2017 NHL Draft. Nolan Patrick, Morgan Frost, and Isaac Ratcliffe were the first three names selected by the team, but the man from that class making the most postseason noise for the Flyers wasn’t drafted at all – Philippe […]Read more "Flyers’ Philippe Myers is blossoming in the postseason"
On this week’s show, Derrik is joined by Matt Hoagland (@theHOAGIEfest) in John’s absence to discuss games 1-3 of the Flyers/Canadiens series, special team woes, the lack of production on the top line, and the never-ending Gostisbehere/Hagg debate. If you don’t know why John wasn’t on the show, you can check out why right here. […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies: Trouble on the Top Line"
It’s a long way to the top according to ACDC, but the Flyers made it in three games. Now, they’re set to take on the Montreal Canadiens in the first round of the official playoffs. Before all of that, the guys here dissect the Flyers/Bolts game from Saturday night, talk about some takeaways from the […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Take in the View from the Top"
Your favorite Flyers podcast is back! This week on the Pod Street Bullies, the guys dish on the Flyers first round-robin game against the Boston Bruins, and talk overall impressions of the team’s performance. A change in philosophy, recaps of other series’, and the NHL’s overall presentation of these games are among other topics discussed […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies: There’s a Storm a-Bruin"
Last night saw NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman reveal that the league will leap into playoff hockey upon the next puck drop. Specific dates are up in the air, but we do know where the Philadelphia Flyers stand with regards to this picture. But how will a playoff game actually look? Format Bettman and the league […]Read more "What will a Flyers playoff game actually look like?"