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Broad Street Hockey Aug 4, 2020
Kevin Hayes’ magnetism to the puck and production off the rush highlight Sunday’s goals

Kevin Hayes’ magnetism to the puck and production off the rush highlight Sunday’s goals

Photo by Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photo/ Film breakdown of the goals from the Flyers’ win over Boston on Sunday. The Philadelphia Flyers nearly went five whole months without playing meaningful hockey, but that all changed with an emphatic 4-1 win over the Boston Bruins in the teams’ first game of the round-robin. Thanks to the team’s ability to pick corners, limit the Bruins’ top line, and not hang Carter Hart out to dry the Orange and Black provided a pretty solid performance in their return to action. With four goals for Philly and one goal for Boston let’s take a look at...
Broad Street Hockey Aug 2, 2020
Flyers dominate Bruins in 4-1 win to start round-robin play

Flyers dominate Bruins in 4-1 win to start round-robin play

Photo by Andre Ringuette/Freestyle Photo/ Carter Hart wasn’t bad either, folks. Boston would garner the first scoring chance of the afternoon with a Charlie Coyle bid, but Carter Hart turned aside the chance a little over four minutes in. The Bruins owned the early play, taking five of the first six shots of the game as the Flyers had issues breaking through the neutral zone with any regularity. Anders Bjork provided a great chance for the Bruins after moving past Matt Niskanen along the wall, but Hart got a piece of the shot with 11:12 left in the first though Boston would earn a...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 29, 2020
Carter Hart, Phil Myers among Flyers that could be difference makers in first NHL playoffs

Carter Hart, Phil Myers among Flyers that could be difference makers in first NHL playoffs

Photo by Bruce Bennett/ There are a handful of players set to make their playoff debuts that could swing things for the Flyers. The Philadelphia Flyers are just days away from their first round-robin game. After taking care of business against the Pittsburgh Penguins in their lone exhibition game, the Flyers are getting ready for the real thing. The Flyers have a good mix of core guys, grizzled veterans, role players, and fresh-faced young guns to make a playoff run. We’ve seen some of these guys in the playoffs a few times before, others have made deep runs with former teams, but...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 28, 2020
July 28 Flyers news roundup from the bubble

July 28 Flyers news roundup from the bubble

Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via We’ve got happenings! Hockey is upon us, folks! The Flyers have their exhibition game against the Penguins on deck this afternoon, and ahead of that, yesterday the league made available Sean Couturier, Carter Hart, Chuck Fletcher, and Alain Vigneault to answer some questions from the media. Well, we’ve gone through those availabilities and put together a rundown of the big takeaways for you fine folks. All of the Flyers news right here at your fingertips. You’re welcome. Managing expectations There’s a lot of excitement brewing as we dive back...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 27, 2020
Monday Morning Fly By: One more day

Monday Morning Fly By: One more day

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *The roster has been revealed! We now know which 31 players boarded that plane to Toronto yesterday. [BSH] *Tomorrow is the day, friends! And Carter Hart is READY. [Inquirer] *This could all shake out with the Flyers facing the Canadiens in the first round, which seems good, right? Since they’re not even supposed to be in the playoffs? Maybe! [NBC Sports Philly] *We got some details about life in the bubble on Friday, in case you missed it. [BSH] *In true People...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 24, 2020
Friday Morning Fly By: They finally released it

Friday Morning Fly By: They finally released it

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via Today’s open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Flyers news and notes… *THE ACTUALLY WENT WITH THE KRAKEN. You know, we never expect the NHL to go with the fun option, which almost makes it even more fun when they actually do. See: Gritty. [ProHockeyTalk] *Carter Hart wasn’t part of the scrimmage yesterday, which was, of course, concerning. [NBC Sports Philly] *But do not fret! Per Bill Meltzer, everything is fine. We’re all fine: Per AV: Carter Hart was held out of scrimmage today simply because he hadn't been on the ice...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 23, 2020
BSH Radio #266: Lindblom got paid and Coots isn’t just Malkin’s father now

BSH Radio #266: Lindblom got paid and Coots isn’t just Malkin’s father now

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via A whole podcast about the hockey team the Flyers. Yup. Crazy, right? The NHL re-start is underway and the Philadelphia Flyers have some interesting camp battles going amongst the bottom-six forwards and at the bottom of the depth chart among the defensemen, as well. Has Joel Farabee played himself into a lock for the Stanley Cup Playoffs? Will Shayne Gostisbehere beat out Robert Hagg for the sixth spot on the blue line? How will youngsters like Morgan Frost and dark-horse D-man Egor Zamula factor into the final roster headed to Toronto? Is Carter Hart...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 17, 2020
Analyzing the Flyers’ playoff X-Factors

Analyzing the Flyers’ playoff X-Factors

Photo by Len Redkoles/NHLI via These are the players —and coaches— who could put the Flyers above the top come playoff time. While the Flyers’ round robin games are mere weeks away, and they’ll have a first round Stanley Cup playoffs opponent set after that, we’re taking a look at the players that could make the difference come playoff time. From the man between the pipes to the men behind the bench, the Flyers have a few X-Factors that are bound to have huge impacts on just how far the team plays into the summer. The goalie Carter Hart, though just 21-years-old, has...
Broad Street Hockey Jul 8, 2020
Why we hate the Carolina Hurricanes

Why we hate the Carolina Hurricanes

Photo by Scott Grau/Icon Sportswire via So many jerks jokes. The SB Nation Rivalry Week rolls on, and now it’s time for us to start our tour of the Metro! Divisional rivals are the Flyers’ most direct rivals, after all, which means there are a lot of reasons to hate, well, everyone else into the Metro. First up, we’re here to dunk on those jerks in Carolina. Why do we hate the Hurricanes? Our staff weighs in. Drew: One word. Petr Mrazek. I hate that he’s managed to be effective in Carolina after laying an absolute goose egg in Philadelphia. We have Carter Hart now, but Mrazek...

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