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The official home for audio programming from Broad Street Hockey, SB Nation's community for fans of the Philadelphia Flyers.

Latest Episodes

Flyperbole Ep. 156 - There's no use crying over spilled subway milk

EThis week Steve and Craig spend some time appreciating Carter Hart’s play of late, deciding how the Matt Niskanen and Justin Braun deals from the summer look now, and looking at options for Joel Farabee’s nickname. Craig also brings back Steve’s favorite game Center or Senator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

123 MIN13 h ago
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Flyperbole Ep. 156 - There's no use crying over spilled subway milk

Checking out the competition: And now, the bottom

EThe Flyers are going from the top of the league in the Capitals to right near the bottom with the Senators, and we are joined by Ary W. of Silver Seven Sens to learn a bit about what to expect from our first meeting with Ottawa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MIN14 h ago
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Checking out the competition: And now, the bottom

Postgame 11/13: I'll take the point, but the W was there

EThere are two ways to look at this game, and I’m torn down the middle on them. The Flyers just extended their November-long point streak to seven games whilst holding one of the best teams in the league to one goal through sixty-five minutes at the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday night. That’s a huge step forward for a team still forming its identity and gelling as a unit under a new head coach. But, with that type of defensive and goaltending performance against the Washington Capitals, the highest-scoring team in the league, the two points would have felt so freakin’ good. Carter Hart stopped 35 of 36 DC shots and took his club all the way through overtime, and the penalty kill held Alex Ovechkin and the Caps’ power play scoreless on three opportunities. That HAS to be enough to earn both standings points. It wasn’t though. Braden Holtby was awesome, the Flyers scored less than three goals through sixty minutes in the fourth straight game (and sixth time in the last seven), and weren’t able to pull off the shootout magic as they did over the weekend. And that’s that. Sure it’s nice to see the Flyers can skate with the league leaders in wins, points, points-percentage and goals-per-game, but they could’ve done even better than just playing with them. And that’s the theme of the postgame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MIN1 d ago
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Postgame 11/13: I'll take the point, but the W was there

Checking out the competition: Gotta beat the best to be the best

EIt's Wednesday Night Hockey and the Flyers will be taking on the team at the top of the league, the Washington Capitals. The Flyers are playing well, but how well can we expect them to play against the best team in the league? We are joined by Greg Young of Japers' Rink to find out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

37 MIN2 d ago
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Checking out the competition: Gotta beat the best to be the best

BSH Radio #233: Talkin' 'bout that D

EThings are going super well for the Flyers at the moment, so the gang takes the opportunity to take a look at the defense. What's good (Phil!), what's bad (Braun? maybe?), and how Carter Hart has saved our lives. The Morgan Frost question also comes up, which leads to a discussion about the makeup of the top lines and how we might improve them, if we could. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

64 MIN3 d ago
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BSH Radio #233: Talkin' 'bout that D

Flyers Forecast - Week of 11/11/19

ESteve and Craig discuss what to expect out of the Philadelphia Flyers against probably the best team in the division and conference in the Washington Capitals. The two also throw out who to start in Ottawa and New York, as well as if the Orange and Black will make up for their first meeting against the Islanders on Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

34 MIN3 d ago
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Flyers Forecast - Week of 11/11/19

Postgame 11/10: What even is regulation?

EWhat’s that you say? The Philadelphia Flyers played a game that went beyond regulation? Oh and 65 minutes wasn’t enough? And they won a shootout? Get out of town. Playing their third straight overtime game, Philly beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 in a shootout on Sunday night. The game marked the second of road back-to-backs and their third game in four nights. Five of six November games have gone beyond 60 minutes thus far. Overall, the Flyers have played overtime six times this year, with five needing to be decided by a skills competition. Philadelpiha is 3-2 in shootouts this year. Carter Hart stopped all three shooters, including the league’s leading goal scorer David Pastrnak, who also had a chance to untie the game when he got a penalty shot late in the third, but the Excellence of Execution held strong on that chance as well. Hart stopped 26 of 28, and was extremely clutch, stopping Pasta on his free breakaway, and denying multiple power play chances in the third. Boston recorded 18 shots between the third period and OT, and while they erased a two-goal deficit, it was Hart who bailed his team out after the skaters in front of him held the Bruins to 10 shots through the fist two periods. We got into a bunch of stuff like, is Ivan Provorov playing too much? And, when is it time to break up the top line in the interest of better scoring distribution? It was a good postgame, especially for a Sunday night when I typically mail them in. I didn’t last night, I promise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MIN4 d ago
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Postgame 11/10: What even is regulation?

BSH Brief: November 10, 2019

EWe're flying again, baby! We look back on the Flyers' performance this past week and it was good. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

7 MIN5 d ago
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BSH Brief: November 10, 2019

Postgame 11/9: Hockey Night in Canada With a Vengeance

EOne week after losing an 11-round shootout to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Philadelphia, Brian Elliott and the Flyers went up to the Great White North and returned the favor, beating Ontario’s favorite team in yet another game that went beyond regulation and into the skills competition. This game didn’t take nearly as long to reach its conclusion. While last Saturday’s breakaway session was a marathon that needed 22 shooters to decide the outcome, the standard three rounds were all the Flyers needed to pick up the extra standings point. Claude Giroux blasted a clapper over Frederik Anderson’s shoulder in the bottom of the second round, William Nylander staved off defeat to net Toronto’s first of the shootout, and then Sean Couturier came through in the clutch once again, scoring his second straight game-winning goal (he beat Carey Price in OT on Thursday) to make everybody in Philly continue to ask themselves “just how good is this team?” I try to not get too far ahead of things and enjoy the moment, but it’s hard not to think, “are they finally good?” That has been a recurring theme through all the BSH shows, and we cover it here as well. Plus a lot of other good ol’ hockey talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MIN5 d ago
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Postgame 11/9: Hockey Night in Canada With a Vengeance

Checking out the competition: Brad Marchand did not pee on this podcast

EGame two of yet another back-to-back and it's the Boston Bruins, the team with the most electric line in hockey. But what's hanging out behind those three? Skylar W. of Stanley Cup of Chowder joins us to tell us what we can expect from the team at the top of the Atlantic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MIN6 d ago
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Checking out the competition: Brad Marchand did not pee on this podcast

Latest Episodes

Flyperbole Ep. 156 - There's no use crying over spilled subway milk

EThis week Steve and Craig spend some time appreciating Carter Hart’s play of late, deciding how the Matt Niskanen and Justin Braun deals from the summer look now, and looking at options for Joel Farabee’s nickname. Craig also brings back Steve’s favorite game Center or Senator. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

123 MIN13 h ago
Comments
Flyperbole Ep. 156 - There's no use crying over spilled subway milk

Checking out the competition: And now, the bottom

EThe Flyers are going from the top of the league in the Capitals to right near the bottom with the Senators, and we are joined by Ary W. of Silver Seven Sens to learn a bit about what to expect from our first meeting with Ottawa. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

23 MIN14 h ago
Comments
Checking out the competition: And now, the bottom

Postgame 11/13: I'll take the point, but the W was there

EThere are two ways to look at this game, and I’m torn down the middle on them. The Flyers just extended their November-long point streak to seven games whilst holding one of the best teams in the league to one goal through sixty-five minutes at the Wells Fargo Center on Wednesday night. That’s a huge step forward for a team still forming its identity and gelling as a unit under a new head coach. But, with that type of defensive and goaltending performance against the Washington Capitals, the highest-scoring team in the league, the two points would have felt so freakin’ good. Carter Hart stopped 35 of 36 DC shots and took his club all the way through overtime, and the penalty kill held Alex Ovechkin and the Caps’ power play scoreless on three opportunities. That HAS to be enough to earn both standings points. It wasn’t though. Braden Holtby was awesome, the Flyers scored less than three goals through sixty minutes in the fourth straight game (and sixth time in the last seven), and weren’t able to pull off the shootout magic as they did over the weekend. And that’s that. Sure it’s nice to see the Flyers can skate with the league leaders in wins, points, points-percentage and goals-per-game, but they could’ve done even better than just playing with them. And that’s the theme of the postgame. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Postgame 11/13: I'll take the point, but the W was there

Checking out the competition: Gotta beat the best to be the best

EIt's Wednesday Night Hockey and the Flyers will be taking on the team at the top of the league, the Washington Capitals. The Flyers are playing well, but how well can we expect them to play against the best team in the league? We are joined by Greg Young of Japers' Rink to find out. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

37 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Checking out the competition: Gotta beat the best to be the best

BSH Radio #233: Talkin' 'bout that D

EThings are going super well for the Flyers at the moment, so the gang takes the opportunity to take a look at the defense. What's good (Phil!), what's bad (Braun? maybe?), and how Carter Hart has saved our lives. The Morgan Frost question also comes up, which leads to a discussion about the makeup of the top lines and how we might improve them, if we could. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

64 MIN3 d ago
Comments
BSH Radio #233: Talkin' 'bout that D

Flyers Forecast - Week of 11/11/19

ESteve and Craig discuss what to expect out of the Philadelphia Flyers against probably the best team in the division and conference in the Washington Capitals. The two also throw out who to start in Ottawa and New York, as well as if the Orange and Black will make up for their first meeting against the Islanders on Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

34 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Flyers Forecast - Week of 11/11/19

Postgame 11/10: What even is regulation?

EWhat’s that you say? The Philadelphia Flyers played a game that went beyond regulation? Oh and 65 minutes wasn’t enough? And they won a shootout? Get out of town. Playing their third straight overtime game, Philly beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 in a shootout on Sunday night. The game marked the second of road back-to-backs and their third game in four nights. Five of six November games have gone beyond 60 minutes thus far. Overall, the Flyers have played overtime six times this year, with five needing to be decided by a skills competition. Philadelpiha is 3-2 in shootouts this year. Carter Hart stopped all three shooters, including the league’s leading goal scorer David Pastrnak, who also had a chance to untie the game when he got a penalty shot late in the third, but the Excellence of Execution held strong on that chance as well. Hart stopped 26 of 28, and was extremely clutch, stopping Pasta on his free breakaway, and denying multiple power play chances in the third. Boston recorded 18 shots between the third period and OT, and while they erased a two-goal deficit, it was Hart who bailed his team out after the skaters in front of him held the Bruins to 10 shots through the fist two periods. We got into a bunch of stuff like, is Ivan Provorov playing too much? And, when is it time to break up the top line in the interest of better scoring distribution? It was a good postgame, especially for a Sunday night when I typically mail them in. I didn’t last night, I promise. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Postgame 11/10: What even is regulation?

BSH Brief: November 10, 2019

EWe're flying again, baby! We look back on the Flyers' performance this past week and it was good. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

7 MIN5 d ago
Comments
BSH Brief: November 10, 2019

Postgame 11/9: Hockey Night in Canada With a Vengeance

EOne week after losing an 11-round shootout to the Toronto Maple Leafs in Philadelphia, Brian Elliott and the Flyers went up to the Great White North and returned the favor, beating Ontario’s favorite team in yet another game that went beyond regulation and into the skills competition. This game didn’t take nearly as long to reach its conclusion. While last Saturday’s breakaway session was a marathon that needed 22 shooters to decide the outcome, the standard three rounds were all the Flyers needed to pick up the extra standings point. Claude Giroux blasted a clapper over Frederik Anderson’s shoulder in the bottom of the second round, William Nylander staved off defeat to net Toronto’s first of the shootout, and then Sean Couturier came through in the clutch once again, scoring his second straight game-winning goal (he beat Carey Price in OT on Thursday) to make everybody in Philly continue to ask themselves “just how good is this team?” I try to not get too far ahead of things and enjoy the moment, but it’s hard not to think, “are they finally good?” That has been a recurring theme through all the BSH shows, and we cover it here as well. Plus a lot of other good ol’ hockey talk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

50 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Postgame 11/9: Hockey Night in Canada With a Vengeance

Checking out the competition: Brad Marchand did not pee on this podcast

EGame two of yet another back-to-back and it's the Boston Bruins, the team with the most electric line in hockey. But what's hanging out behind those three? Skylar W. of Stanley Cup of Chowder joins us to tell us what we can expect from the team at the top of the Atlantic. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

26 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Checking out the competition: Brad Marchand did not pee on this podcast
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