Steve and Craig discuss what the hell happened in Game 4 and what to expect tonight. The pair talk about the expected lines, what moves will happen if (when?) the Flyers lose this series, and if tonight’s game could be Dave Hakstol’s last as the team’s head coach.
Steve also says he’ll buy a Valtteri Filppula jersey if he performs well in his role as the top-line center. How well would he need to play? We’ll you’ll have to listen to find out.
Steve and Craig are, for lack of better terms, not too excited about the idea of a Sean Couturier-less Philadelphia Flyers taking on the Patric Hornqvist-less Pittsburgh Penguins this evening. They talk about the new lineups, what the projected lineups were before the news of Couturier’s injury, and the Flyers’ discipline this series.
Steve and Craig talked about the trampling that was Game 1 and if there are any positives to take away from it. The pair also talk about shot quality, Brian Elliott, Sidney Crosby doing Sidney Crosby stuff, and Evgeni Malkin being pretty ugly.
The guys also find time to make fun of Pittsburgh and the Oilers.
It’s time. Flyers-Penguins happens tonight and the guys look at the matchup. On paper, a lot of things look to favor the Penguins in this series, but there are ways for Philadelphia to pull off the unthinkable.
Steve and Craig also preview the other seven series across the NHL, talk about Pittsburghers, and apologize to our friends up North.
The guys break down whether or not the Flyers will make the postseason, as well as the other potential playoff series across the league. The two also talk about who should win the Vezina Trophy and Jack Adams Award, the Frozen Four, and Nolan Patrick’s monster game on Tuesday.
Naturally, Skid Row and Sebastian Telfair were also talked about, because this is a hockey podcast.
Steve and Craig are at it again this week. This time, they’re talking about the Flyers’ playoff push, Claude Giroux’s Masterson nomination, and which Flyers will win the team awards. They also delve into where Felix Sandstrom could be playing next season.
On the lighter side, the two give CBS ideas for basically their next ten years of programming. It’s all on record CBS, so we’re excited to see our checks in the mail.
Steve and Craig discuss how Travis Konecny will be fun to watch in the playoffs, Petr Mrazek’s play, and Sean Couturier hitting 30 goals on the season following last night’s loss to the Detroit Red Wings. The pair also talk about Raffl’s absence from the lineup, Wayne Simmonds heating up, and Matthew Strome signing his entry-level contract.
The finalists for the Hobey Baker are also discussed, as well as which Flyers’ prospects are playing in their league’s respective postseasons. The tandem also talked about the possible Hart Trophy winners…and Bernie Mac.