The guys discuss and dissect each deal that went down this week, including Ghostisbehere to ARZ, Rasmus Ristolainen to the Flyers, and Jakub Voracek for Cam Atkinson. They also touch on what Sanheim and Hart's contracts could look like and whether a 3/4C or backup goalie is more important.
The guys have a lot to discuss, starting with the Flyers deal for Ryan Ellis. After Matt Casey's eulogy for Nolan Patrick, they tackle the expansion draft, who Seattle could take, and what to make of the Tarasenko rumors swirling around Flyers Twitter.
The guys dissect the Seth Jones trade rumor and what the Flyers could ship out for the blueliner. They touch on Adam Larsson, what's going on with contract talks, and his fit in the Flyers defensive core. Finally, they discuss whether the Flyers should sweeten the pot in order to make sure Seattle takes Jake Voracek.
The guys take on the task of discussing Dave Hakstol's hiring in Seattle. They cap it all off by dishing on some pet peeves they have with different topics ranging from Carter Hart to the almighty Cam York/Cole Caufield debate.
Believe it or not, John decided to take some time from his hectic move to join Derrik and Matt Casey to discuss the Jack Eichel trade rumors and what the Flyers have to offer in return for the Buffalo center. Spoiler alert, Matt Casey drops an F-bomb.
Hoagie joins Derrik as they discuss all things Flyers goalies. They dish on Samuel Ersson's signing, Alex Lyon's place with the Flyers organization, What to expect from Carter Hart, whether or not Brian Elliott should be back, and who could potentially replace him.
The guys continue looking forward, this week talking about the blue line. Derrik and the Matt's discuss who's a part of the Flyers defensive core moving forward, who they should target, and how they should go about acquiring some help on the back-end.
The guys talk about the latest surrounding Scott Gordon's departure, Kevin Hayes' injury and subsequent surgery, and discuss what the Flyers have coming up with contracts and such surrounding a select few forwards.
On this week's show, Matt Casey joins the fold while John is out. Matt and Derrik give their thoughts on the Flyers dropping 3 of 4 against the New Jersey Devils, then dive into the Nolan Patrick/Sean Couturier career trajectory comparisons that have been circulating social media.
John and Derrik tackle what's happening with this team from a locker room standpoint. They discuss who could be to blame, the actions needed to be taken, and where the team goes from here.
DISCLAIMER: There are no inside sources here. There's no confirmation on what or if there is a problem in the locker room. This is all purely speculation, and should be listened to with that in mind.
It's another fine episode of Pod Street Bullies for ya, as John and Derrik finally welcome the return of Producer Nat! They kick off right where they left off breaking down all of the Flyers' struggles so far, and if there's a chance to turn this dreadful season around
The state of the team isn't looking good, so the guys here gathered the brain trust. John and Derrik bring on Matt Casey, Matt Hoagland, and Matt Mastrogiovanni of Five Minute Major to discuss what's going wrong, what can the Flyers do to fix it, and if it's even worth fixing at all. Yes, that's a lot of Matt's.
Without Nat this week, John and Derrik talk about the storylines stemming from the weekend games against Buffalo, while discussing the difference between the team in front of Hart vs. in front of Elliott.
Our own John Gove is steering the ship on this lovely episode of Pod Street Bullies today, and let me tell you, this ship is sinking fast. But are the Philadelphia Flyers in that much better shape. With key players still on the COVID, and coming off a loss at Lake Tahoe to the Boston Bruins, will the Flyers make a big move before the trade deadline assuming they are in win now mode?
In a wacky episode for the boys today, Derrik, John, and Nat need to let it all loose, as they unravel the mysteries and puzzling nature surrounding this team, just in case you're wondering what the heck is going on with the Flyers. For that matter, what the heck is up with the guys in today's episode?????
The Flyers have earned the reputation of being the worst 6-2-1 team in the NHL, and there's still issues that they have to address despite their winning record. Is this because of a lack of identity, or something else? Also, are the Flyers actually improving? Derrik Bobb, John Gove, and producer Nat Marlowe have it all right here for ya!
We never want to be real negative, but today, Real is Negative, as the Flyers have dropped their last 3 of 4 games to the Buffalo Sabres and Boston Bruins. The holes on this team are becoming glaringly obvious, and Derrik, John, and producer Nat analyze anything and everything wrong with this team. The gang also discusses their upcoming games for the week, Laine Watch 2021 coming to an end, and we have a special edition of the Pod Street Pop Off Today!
Derrik, John, and prodcuer Nat analyze the Philadelphia Flyers' first two wins over the Pittsburgh Penguins, Morgan Frost replacing Sean Couturier, and of course, Voracek calling out a certain columnist which has now gained national media attention
Hosts Derrik and John, and producer Nat preview the upcoming season for the Philadelphia Flyers. What are the projected lines and defensive pairings? What is the ceiling for the Flyers? Are they expected to make a Cup run, or are they going to plateau this season? Can everyone stay healthy and how will the pandemic affect this team?
With 2021 here and the NHL Season about to start, Derrik, John, and Nat break down their expectations for the season, and provide the latest Flyers updates. Will Nolan Patrick return this season, what do we make of Krill Ustimenko's injury, and how the hell is Shayne Gostisbehere still on the Flyers' roster?
Derrik, John, and Nat discuss Flyers prospects such as Cam York who are playing in the upcoming World Juniors tournament. Plus they analyze the signing Mason Millman and returning Linus Sandin to Sweden. Later, they talk about the official plan so far for the NHL's return, and a potential trade deal between the Flyers and the Golden Knights! And as always, we have the Pod Street Pop Off, and producer Nat has a lot on his mind
The Pod Street Pub returns as Hoagie joins us once again, this time as an official member of the Pod Street Bullies writing team as he breaks down his article on Travis Konecny. Plus, Derrik, John, and Nat break down the NHL owners and NHLPA's discussion on starting the 2020-2021 season and how there has been virtually no advanced planning
With radio silence coming from the NHL right now about plans to restart the season, could a potential lockout be underway? What on earth are we going to do without any hockey being played in 2021? Let alone a full season? Derrik, John, and Nat break it all down for you in this episode
Flyers Beat Reporter Jordan Hall joins the show to discuss the state of the Flyers now, and their potential future with a lot of the prospects they have now and with some veteran contracts expiring within the next few years. Jordan also goes into what it's like covering the Flyers. Plus, the Pod Street Pop Off Returns!
With the Flyers having a ton of young players and prospects in their system they could use as trade bait, how much of an advantage do they have when pulling off trades with other teams right now? Derrik, John, and Nat break it all down for you. Plus they go further into the prospect pool with European players. Special thanks to Alexander Appleyard who covers the Flyers for The Athletic Philadelphia for giving us some clarity on the Flyers' European prospect pool
The Bullies are back and we have to check some things at the door, as we are about to prepare you for Flyers Realism 101 when it comes to analyzing our favorite hockey team. Plus we delve more into Nat's hot take from last week, the merit's of the NHL's Top 20 Defensemen list, and Nat's inaugural Pod Street Pop-Off
The Bullies first honor the retirement of Mike 'Doc' Emrick, and his amazing career calling games in and around the NHL. Then they delve into who is going to fill in the third and fourth line center positions, which while puzzling given all of the variables that are in play, could potentially be a good problem for the Flyers
With the Flyers running out of free agents to sign, Derrik, John and Nat go through some good choices who are still available. However, the Fleyrs did sign Nolan Patrick to a qualifying offer, as well as signed Erik Gustafsson....no, not that Erik Gustafsson
With the Flyers needing some new pieces this offseason in losing players such as Matt Niskanen and Tyler Pitlick, they haven't made a huge splash in free agent signings or trades. Derrik and John discuss some potential moves the Flyers could make, and what they need to do to avoid major consequences next season
The guys recap the Montreal series, and preview the upcoming matchup against the New York Islanders. The Pod Street Pop Off debuts, where John has 30 seconds to go off on some hot topics in Flyers hockey.
John decided to take the week off, for obvious reasons, so Hoagie joins Derrik to dish on games 1-3 in the PHI/MTL series, the top line and what's going on, special teams woes, and another Gostisbehere/Hagg debate. All that in more inside!
The guys break down the Flyers/Bruins tilt along with the shift in approach to the Round-Robin tournament. They also touch on the other playoff games around the league, and the overall presentation of the games thus far.
The guys dive into the future of the crease in Philadelphia (outside of Carter Hart), touch on Jay O'Brien, and sort of answer your Twitter questions. SPECIAL NOTE: This podcast is dedicated to Matt Martin. A loving husband, father, and brother to all of us at PSN.
The guys quickly recap this week's action and briefly discuss the offseason plan. PSN's fearless leader, Liam Jenkins, joins the pod to talk big news, kind of predict the first round of the playoffs, and discuss Wrestlemania.
The boys recap this past week in Flyers hockey. Ryan Boyd gives us his take on Sean Couturier's quest for the Selke. The team discusses which high-end free agent best suits the Flyers and answers your Twitter questions.