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"
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"
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"
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"
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"
On Monday morning, the PhiladelphiFlyers announced a move that will please fans everywhere. Robert Hagg has signed a two-year contract extension with an average annual value of $1.6M. Here’s everything you need to know. The Hagg hive The hive came alive in 2019-20. Robert Hagg led the team in hits during his fouth season at […]Read more "Instant analysis: Flyers Sign Robert Hagg to a contract extension"
The guys are back after a much deserved week off. They break down the organizational mindset of the Flyers entering the 2020 NHL Draft. Keep the pick, trade it, what’s the best move if you’re Chuck Fletcher? They also give you their picks if the Flyers keep it, and potential targets if the Flyers decide […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies Share Their Draft Day Mindset"