This year’s Flyers draft class has been met with plenty of praise. In an offseason where routines were interrupted and traditional ways of gathering information on prospects were postponed, the team had to think a little outside the box. That’s exactly what they did with fifth-round prospect Elliot Desnoyers. The team actually moved up to […]Read more "Why the Flyers traded away two draft picks to snag Elliot Desnoyers"
The guys dissect the new moves made on the Flyers blueline. They also touch on yet another scrimmage for Nolan Patrick, and what the forward group could look like for the 2020/21 season. All that and more in the latest episode of the Pod Street Bullies! Be sure to check us out on Twitter @PodSTBullies, […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Break Down The Blue Line Battle"
It’s always good to kickstart the weekend with some good news and the Flyers delivered exactly that this evening. Nolan Patrick has signed his qualifying offer, meaning he’ll spend at least one more year in Philadelphia. The 22-year-old is still technically on injured reserve, meaning that his new cap hit of $847,125 won’t take hold […]Read more "What Nolan Patrick accepting his qualifying offer means for the Flyers"
On this week’s show, the guys start with the Niskanen retirement news and discuss whether the Justin Braun signing was a panic move or not. They jump to free agency, the rumors, and lack of action thus far. Then, it’s John’s specialty! We talk the NHL draft and whether the Flyers got it right with […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Talk Draft, Free Agency, & More"
It’s Draft day in Philadelphia but that hasn’t stopped the Flyers from making some minor moves. The team extended qualifying offers to the following three pending free agents: Nolan Patrick Philippe MyersMikhail Vorobyev This means that they’ll retain negotiating rights. The offers are typically one-year deals and if a player rejects, they’ll remain restricted free […]Read more "Flyers extend qualifying offers to three pending free agents"
The NHL Draft is right around the corner and the Flyers have been linked with a slew of prospects who will be available when they’re on the clock to make their first-round selection at pick 23. Among those most heavily associated with the team is Hendrix Lapierre. Should the Flyers spend their first-round pick on […]Read more "Should the Flyers take a shot on another Center in the first-round?"
On this week’s show, Derrik & John discuss the Robert Hagg/Brian Elliott re-signings and touch on whether they were good, bad, or meh. There’s some rumors to address with names like Patrik Laine & Johnny Gaudreau popping up. Shayne Gostisbehere is on the trade block, what’s a realistic return? Are we looking too far into […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies: Re-Signings, Rumors, & More"
After missing an entire regular season and postseason, Nolan Patrick will play center in Whitey’s World Scrimmage today at 1:10pm CT. His migraine condition eliminated him from playing hockey in 2019-2020, but could this be the initial sign that Patrick is on his road back? Whitey’s world is a project hosted by former Lehigh Valley […]Read more "Nolan Patrick set to play in a scrimmage as he begins hockey comeback"
After taking a look at the restricted free agents, it’s time to focus on some of the tougher decisions the Flyers will have to make. They have 10 unrestricted free agents to negotiate with and not a lot of cap space ($7M) at their disposal. Who should the Flyers bring back? Justin Braun The addition […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers unrestricted free agents: Part 1"
The Flyers made their first move of the free agency period this week by re-signing RFA Nicholas Aube-Kubel to a new deal. The team now head into the offseason with around $8M in cap space, without looking at the contracts from the unrestricted pool of free agents they have to consider. There are several restricted […]Read more "Stay or go? Evaluating the Flyers restricted free agents"