It’s been a bumpy two years or so for Flyers defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere. Ever since his astonishing 65-point campaign in 2017-18, Ghost has bumped every branch on the way down, slowly falling from the dizzying heights he’d reached, bringing a hefty six-year, $27 million contract with him. Are the Flyers ready to give him one […]Read more "What does the future hold for Shayne Gostisbehere?"
With Flyers fans, the term “enough” rarely means the same across the board. Chuck Fletcher could go out and turn the top-nine into a lethal force, and fans would still loathe the fact that he neglected the fourth line. He could have landed Alex Pietrangelo, now with the Vegas Golden Knights, and a portion of […]Read more "Has Chuck Fletcher Done Enough This Offseason?"
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"
The Flyers made an under-the-radar free agent signing this week. They brought in the services of 28-year-old defenseman Erik Gustafsson to the City of Brotherly Love. After a slightly bumpy year, the former fourth-round pick is ready to rekindle a fire that once burned bright. He spoke with reporters on Tuesday about the move to […]Read more "Erik Gustafsson is already putting in work with new a Flyers teammate"
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"
The Flyers have been relatively quiet in free agency so far, but they made a minor splash on Monday by bolstering their blueline. The team signed free agent Erik Gustafsson to a one-year deal worth $3M. Here’s everything you need to know. What Gustafsson brings to the Flyers Formerly a fourth-round pick of the Oilers […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers bolster blue line with Erik Gustafsson"
In what’s expected to be a quiet free agency period for the Flyers, the team has reportedly made its first under-the-radar free-agent signing of the window. Derrick Pouliot is the man in question, signed to a 1-year 2-way deal. The 26-year-old was formerly a first-round pick of the Penguins back in 2012 but has bumped […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers sign Derrick Pouliot to a one-year deal"
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 2020 NHL Draft is one day away. Dreams will be made, so will some trades, but we’ll also find out the direction Chuck Fletcher will take with this Flyers team moving forward. The Flyers hold the 23rd selection in the draft. This is the third time in team history the Flyers have chosen 23rd. […]Read more "Predicting what the Flyers do with their first-round Pick"
One day before the 2020 NHL Entry Draft, Matt Niskanen retired from the NHL. There is quite a bit to unpack as Niskanen makes his exit from the league, most recently having played on the Philadelphia Flyers. His efforts on the first line alongside Ivan Provorov were monumental during the 2019-2020 regular season. After the […]Read more "How Niskanen’s retirement & Braun’s extension impact Flyers draft plans"