On this episode of Pod Street Bullies, the guys give you their mockups of the first round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. This podcast and previous episodes can be found on iTunes, Spotify, and Spreaker. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network, bringing you unmatched analysis and humor. […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): MOCK DRAFT SZN"
Do you wanna play a game? With the 2019 NHL Entry Draft a week away, prospects are on the mind of most fan bases. Even if your interest in a franchise typically surrounds just the NHL roster, this is the time of year where you at least pay some attention to the prospect pool. Although […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: The Entry-Level Contract Game"
The year was 2008. Starting pitcher Adam Eaton was terrible and on July 17th, the Phillies decided to do something about it. They acquired Joe Blanton from the A’s and good things followed. The year is 2019. Jerad Eickhoff/other 5-starters are terrible for the Phillies. The Phillies need to do something about it. Surprisingly, there […]Read more "Phillies must Find their 2019 Version of Joe Blanton"
When it comes to goaltending in Philadelphia, the conversation typically starts and stops with the name Carter Hart. This is understandable. After years of goalie woes, Hart is finally making goalie a strength for the Flyers. Although Hart is Philadelphia’s starting netminder for the foreseeable future, he’s not the only promising player between the pipes […]Read more "Felix Sandstrom: Flyers Future Backup"
By now, you all know the news. Jay O’Brien is taking his talents to the British Columbia Hockey League next season to play for the Penticton Vees. The news is now a few days old and immediate reactions have settled. Our minds are now clear and it is time to revisit the O’Brien situation more […]Read more "Flyers Prospect Watch: The Jay O’Brien Decision"
Looking at the current Philadelphia Flyers prospect pool, it is clear to see which position is in the biggest need of an upgrade. At one point in time, Philadelphia’s position of strength, regarding prospects, was on the blueline. It included the likes of Ivan Provorov, Travis Sanheim, Philippe Myers, Shayne Gostisbehere, and Samuel Morin. Now, […]Read more "Flyers Draft Watch: Selecting Defenseman 11th-Overall Unlikely"
On this episode of Pod Street Bullies, Derrik and John discuss recent Flyers news, highlight four new draft-eligible prospects, and revisit the 2014 and 2015 NHL Entry Drafts. This podcast and previous episodes can be found on iTunes, Spotify, and Spreaker. Pod Street Bullies is the flagship Philadelphia Flyers podcast of Philadelphia Sports Network, bringing […]Read more "Listen⎮POD STREET BULLIES (Flyers Podcast): Draft Talk Part 3"
In hockey world this time of year, things tend to drag on a bit slowly. There are only two teams playing while everyone else is gearing up for the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. For that reason, our minds tend to wander into hypothetical land this time of year. In this week’s mailbag, we explore that […]Read more "Flyers Prospects Mailbag: Hypothetically Speaking"
If you didn’t see it last night, Andrew McCutchen injured his leg in the first inning against the Padres. Ian Kinsler deked McCutchen on an infield pop up and got him caught in a rundown. McCutchen grabbed his knee and needed help to get off the field. Andrew McCutchen is going to be hard to […]Read more "Highly rated Phillies prospect is ready to step up in relief of Andrew McCutchen"
Aside from the occurrence of the Stanley Cup Finals, we have reached a slightly dull point in the hockey world. Franchises like the Philadelphia Flyers have been away from games for quite some time now and fans are becoming impatient waiting for the offseason happenings to occur. Luckily the 2019 NHL Entry Draft is less […]Read more "Flyers Draft Watch: Plenty of Options at 11"