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.
The Fellas talk about Travis Sanheim, Matt Read, and Wayne Simmonds all making their ways back to the lineup. The two also look at the signings of Carsen Twarynski and Maxim Sushko, Anthony Stolarz being assigned to the Reading Royals, and Matej Tomek finding a new team for 2018-19. Also, where will Jordan Weal be playing next season?
Surprise, Steve and Craig also talked about random music (1998’s Finest Hits) and the Flyers’ brawl with the Ottawa Senators in 2004. You’re not going to want to miss it (you might, but please don’t).
Steve and Craig shift their focus back to the Floors this week as they discuss whether the Flyers are good or the division is bad, the idea of Henrik Lundqvist being traded to Philly, and the possible destinations of several rental options. Plus, someone traded for Dion Phaneuf. What’s up with that?
The guys also pick out their favorite possible Seattle team name and proceed to talk about the all-time great band Bush.
On this week’s episode of Flyperbole, Steve and Craig break down and cry tears of joy over the Philadelphia Eagles finally winning a Super Bowl for the city of Philadelphia.
Let’s be honest, this one is mostly about the good Eagles feels, but the guys do make some time to mention Nolan Patrick getting to wear the Ric Flair robe, favorite Flyers playoff runs, the difficulties of trusting the process, and the desire for a Stanley Cup in the wake of the Eagles winning the Lombardi Trophy.
On this week’s episode of Flyperbole, Steve and Craig examine the Philadelphia Flyers’ losses to the Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals, and New Jersey Devils. The pair also talk about the poor play of some of the team’s bottom-six forwards and the majority of their defensemen, as well as Oskar Lindblom’s development in the AHL this season.
Alex Lyon’s first taste of the NHL, the new lines, the Rangers being sellers, Jaromir Jagr, and the CHL/NHL Top Prospects Game were also discussed. Somehow, MTV and The Wallflowers were mentioned as well.