The guys are back to discuss the end of the Flyers season and the start of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
First the guys look at the final few games of the Flyers season, some of the end-of-season comments from players, Chuck Fletcher's end-of-season press conference and the lack of a plan, and discuss the story about two Flyers trainers suing team ownership. Then they dive into the Stanley Cup Playoffs and make first-round predictions. Join KyleCollington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.
The guys are back to discuss the last week of Flyers hockey. The Flyers took three more losses, one in embarrassing fashion, and are limping down the stretch.
They also look at Bobby Brink's NHL debut, some thoughts on the offseason plans, and a quick update on the rest of the NHL and the playoff picture. Join Kyle Collington and KevinDurso as they break it all down.
Note: Episode recorded prior to Sunday's Flyers-Sabres game.
The guys are back to discuss the last week of Flyers hockey and start to look ahead to the rest of the league and the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
They also look at how some of the young players are faring for the Flyers, including Noah Cates and Ronnie Attard, and discuss the possibility that Bobby Brink could join the team soon. (Note: Episode recorded before Brink officially signed on Sunday afternoon) Finally, the guys look at the celebration of Lou Nolan's 50th season as Flyers PA announcer. Join Kyle and Kevin for all of it.
The guys are back to discuss several things going on around the Flyers. First, they discuss the Flyers official elimination from playoff contention. They also look at some recent NHL debuts, including Noah Cates and Ronnie Attard.
They also look at the end of Keith Yandle's Ironman streak and the reaction to it, as well as comments made by Kimmo Timonen and Jake Voracek. Join Kyle Collington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.
Note: This episode was recorded prior to Sunday night's game between the Flyers and Rangers.
The guys are back for another episode and have a lot of variety to discuss. The Flyers played three games on the road, snapping a 13-game road losing streak in St. Louis on Thursday, including an incredible NHL debut for Hayden Hodgson.
The guys also look at some other things from around the league, including Claude Giroux's debut with the Florida Panthers and how the playoff picture looks around the league. Join Kyle and Kevin as they break it all down.
Note: This episode was recorded prior to Sunday night's game between the Flyers and Predators.
The guys are back following the trade deadline. Captain Claude Giroux played in his 1,000th NHL game on Thursday night and was traded to the Florida Panthers on Saturday. The guys discuss the final game, the trade, the return, and some of the reports of how things transpired before saluting the captain's career with the Flyers.
They also look at the rest of the trade deadline, the deals for Justin Braun and Derick Brassard, as well as look ahead to the team with the addition of Owen Tippett. Join KyleCollington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.
The guys are back and the Flyers have made their first roster move ahead of the trade deadline. Rasmus Ristolainen has been re-signed to a five-year, $25.5 million extension. The guys discuss their thoughts on the deal and what it means for the Flyers.
They also look ahead to the trade deadline, players who could be on the move both now and in the offseason, and look ahead to Claude Giroux's 1,000th NHL game. Join KyleCollington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.
Note: This episode was recorded prior to Sunday night's game against Montreal.
The guys are back and the Flyers played three more games this week, extending their losing streak to six games before defeating the Washington Capitals.
The guys look at the return of several players to the Flyers lineup, the potential for players to increase trade value in the coming weeks, and take a look around the league. Join KyleCollington and Kevin Durso as they break it all down.
The USFL concluded the draft for it's 2022 reboot this week and fans have plenty of players to root for.
Not only is there a team representing Philadelphia, but there are quite a few names that people should recognize, including former Philadelphia Eagles, Temple Owls, Penn State Nittany Lions and some other names that will be of interest to those in the area.
By far the longest list of those in this article, the Eagles have crossed paths with quite a few of these players at one time or another.
Due to the USFL's draft limiting teams to pick positions by round, the first two Eagles Alummi off the board were quarterbacks.