Young hockey players in North America dream of chasing a Silver Cup.
The date was January 2nd, 2012. The place was Citizens Bank Park. The game was hockey and, I gotta tell ya, it was a good one.
Jim McBride, Noah Eltringham and Matt Angle, break down their holidays. Look over the Flyers recent ups and downs. Discuss the Vegas Coach being the coach of the year and their ever growing shot at the Cup. And much, much more.
There is one man responsible for bringing hockey to Philadelphia. Well, not just one man, I suppose, but this singular man is a giant reason hockey came to Philly.
Jim McBride and the artist formally know as Matt from the r/Flyers D&D group, Mr. Matt Angle, talk about the highs and lows in Philly sports over the past 2 weeks, alternate jerseys, and much more.
That honor belongs to the 2006-2007 team, which is especially hurtful given the fact that the team had more than 100 points in 2005-2006, just one season before.
On this episode, the boys discuss all things kinda related to hockey. It’s GNGHockey’s birthday, and Jim recounts the journey. The crew talk injuries and resting to stay healthy. They dance around the elephant in the room – the Flyers 10-game losing streak – and discuss what the Flyers need to do to correct the ship, and much more.
It’s that time of the year again – Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner. On the radio, holiday music has started and the stores are chock-full of holiday items. All the little hockey boys and girls are making their lists and hoping to get that new pair of skates and that new stick to accessorize just like their favorite players.
Jim McBride and Noah Eltringham are joined by special guest Matt from the r/Flyers Dungeon and Dragons group. They discuss the Coyotes’ first regulation win, the continued slashing calls, the Radko Gudas suspension, and they dip their toes into the Hockey Hall of Fame inductions. Also, they spoke about Outdoor games along with many more ramblings.
The Masked Man, the Keeper of the Cage, that weird guy on your beer league team who talks to himself and the posts. Every hockey team needs a goaltender, and it seems every goaltender has a strange personality. The best way for a goaltender to express their quirky personalities is through their masks. Let’s look back at the prominent players and masks in Flyers history.