We’re officially less than 24-hours away from the Philadelphia Flyers’ first official playoff game since April 2018. Excitement is soaring through the roofs of houses across the city after the team rolled through the round-robin without suffering a single loss. Can they keep that up against a very aggressive Canadiens side? Only time will tell, […]Read more "AV and Flyers players scout the Canadiens ahead of playoff clash"
When it comes to the playoffs, you’re looking for stars for take over. For someone to step up under the brightest lights. Little did any of us know that it would be the Flyers’ depth stealing the show. If there’s one thing we learned throughout the Flyers’ three round-robin games, it’s that the team may […]Read more "Round-robin proved the Flyers have enough depth to go all the way"
The Flyers come out of the round-robin undefeated and untainted as the undisputed #1 seed going into the Stanley Cup playoffs. This comes on the back of a dominant 4-1 win over the Tampa Bay Lightning, where once again, an unexpected hero emerged – Nic Aube-Kubel. This time, it was Nic Aube-Kubel. After spending five […]Read more "Aube-Kubel’s road to redemption has led to a playoff breakout for Flyers"
The Flyers’ red-hot 2020 season has been a rollercoaster ride from start to finish. With the encore about to resume, it’s easy to forget about the progress of guys swimming beneath the surface. One player who took a giant leap this season was 2018 first-round pick Joel Farabee. The Flyers called him up on October […]Read more "Flyers’ Joel Farabee looking to make the most of round-robin games"
Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the AHL Board of Governors has decided to cancel the remainder of the 2019-2020 AHL season and not name a Calder Cup Champion (as of now, at least). The attention is now shifted to the 2020-2021 season. AHL President and CEO, David Andrews stated that after a lengthy review, it was […]Read more "Instant analysis: How AHL’s season cancellation impacts Phantoms/Flyers"
In the start of a weekly column, we are going to catch up on everything Flyers. From scoring streaks, call-ups, and bad performances, to special teams, coaching, and recent play. Top Performers of the Week So far this week, the Flyers have played two games, both coming against Metropolitan Division rivals, the Columbus Blue Jackets. […]Read more "The Flyeround – Goalies, Streaks, & Special Teams"
The NHL trade deadline (Monday, February 24th) is rapidly approaching and the playoffs are set to commence in early April. As two of the most critical time periods on the 2019-20 NHL calendar draw near, how will things shake out in the next few months for the Philadelphia Flyers? The Flyers’ American Hockey League affiliate, […]Read more "Phantoms Play Important Role for Flyers as Trade Deadline, Playoffs Approach"
Many knew this type of move was coming, heading into the week-long All-Star break. The Flyers announced a trio of loans Wednesday morning, sending two forwards and a goalie back to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. This is a smart move. For the younger players, it gives them a chance to get back in the lineup […]Read more "Flyers Loan Three Players to Lehigh Valley Ahead of All-Star Break"
Saturday afternoon, ahead of the Flyers game against the Los Angeles Kings, the Flyers made a roster move on the blue line. With news that Justin Braun would be re-joining the club, Philadelphia loaned Mark Friedman back to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms get back one of their longest tenured players in […]Read more "Defenseman Mark Friedman Loaned to Lehigh Valley"
On this week’s Pod Street Prospects, the guys run through the goalie prospects the Flyers have in the system. They discuss each prospect, and decide where they may end up next season. Pod Street Prospects is an extension of the Pod Street Bullies podcast, run by the dynamic duo of Derrik Bobb & John Gove. […]Read more "Pod Street Prospects – The Goalies"