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BSH Radio #210: You've got questions, we've got answers

MAIL TIME! We didn’t know wtf to talk about this week so we once again turned to our loyal listeners for mailbag questions and the internet came through once again. Who are the most likely RHD trade targets? What Flyers acquisition was the most disappointing? Will Craig accept the position of Godfather to his best friend’s newborn son? We’ve got a jam-packed hour of Flyers discussion for you heading into this Memorial Day Weekend.


Flyperbole Ep. 134 - The Rosehill Triathlon

This week, Steve and Craig are joined by one Stephanie Driver to talk about the playoffs, Justin Williams’ poop sandwich, and Isaac Ratcliffe’s run to the Memorial Cup. Steph also provides an update on Missy, who is indeed a good girl.


BSH Radio #209: We're trying here

Flyers content! Yeah, that’s right. Try to tell me there’s nothing to talk about, I dare you! Ok, well we tried our best. We talked about Jake Voracek and Shayne Gostisbehere on the trade block (link to Duce’s articles), what should become of the 11th pick and just how bad Game of Thrones has been. We also touched on the Stanley Cup Conference Finals, Erik Karlsson’s future and the Golden Kinghts’ Cap situation.


Flyperbole Ep. 133 - Too Much Assistant

On this week’s Flyperbole Steve and Craig discuss Michel Therrien and Mike Yeo behind the bench for the Philadelphia Flyers, as well as the Stanley Cup playoffs. The pair also talk about Kirill Ustimenko, Jon Taffer, and the history of lengthy postseason games.


BSH Radio #208: Why have one head coach when you can have three?

“Is his name f*cking ‘Rope’?” Are Sweden and Finland actually the same place? Is being a failed head coach actually good? We have all sorts of next-level analysis on a brand new Assistant Coach edition of BSH Radio. Plus, a cancelled interview!


BSH Radio #207: Summer mode, baby

What the hell do we have to talk about this week? Never fear, Flyers fans, because the BSH crew delivers once again with a brand new episode. How will Chuck Fletcher’s and Alain Vigneault’s previous relationships affect their offseason plans and roster acquisitions? What prospects are we willing to give up? Is there an offseason nightmare scenario? What will acquiring Mitch Marner look like? The Flyers May be off, but your friendly, neighborhood podcasts never rests.


Flyperbole Ep. 132 - With Apologies to Mike Scott

Kurt joins Steve and Craig this week to talk about how unlikable each Philadelphia Flyers’ teams from 2013 to now have been. The three also talk about Kurt’s Twitter conversation with Mike Scott, the playoffs, and The Guy Fieri Mascot.


4/25 Ice Sport Radio: What exactly was that first round?

The gang tries to make sense of a truly bizarre Round 1 of the NHL playoffs, as they try to find new teams to cheer on. Was the upset-filled round good for hockey? Can anyone deal with Boston winning another championship? Who are the new favorites? It's an in-depth hour of playoff talk as the Stanley Cup playoffs move into Round 2.


BSH Radio #206: It's summer (almost), let's talk about some free agency targets

What the hell are we going to talk about this week? Well, we figured it out and discussed potential free agent and trade targets for the hockey team the Flyers. Could PK Subban be wearing orange and black when the season starts? As much as we love Erik Karlsson, will he be worth the investment? Plus, we discuss the controversial ending to the San Jose/Vegas game seven. The content just keeps on rolling even while our good hockey boys are idle.


Flyperbole Ep. 131 - Tampa Bay Capitals amirite

Steve and Craig discuss the Philadelphia Flyers’ decision to remove the Kate Smith statue as well as not playing Smith’s rendition of God Bless America moving forward. The two also talk about Alain Vigneault’s introductory press conference, finalists announced for a few of the NHL awards, and this postseason.


BSH Radio #205: The Philadelphia Flyers have hired Alain Vigneault for their new head coach

It’s the Alain Vigneault show! The Flyers have a new coach and we devote a full hour to Philly’s shiny new bench boss. We dive deep into AV’s past in Vancouver and New York, his style of play, the narratives surrounding him and what we expect. We were actually kind of positive! I know, it’s a weird look for us. Listen. Do it.


Ice Sport Radio 4/16: Mid-first round roundtable

We're three games into the the Stanley Cup Playoffs, so it's time for some takes. But not before some initial thoughts on new Flyers head coach Alain Vigneault. Once we get to the teams actually playing games we discuss if the Islanders are #ActuallyGood, what kind of abject failure the Lightning are about to be considered, and whether Ovechkin did anything wrong by fighting a teenager. There's some other good stuff in there too, so much that I can't even remember it all. So check out the...


Flyperbole Ep. 130 - Dancing With Mr. V

Steve and Craig break down the Philadelphia Flyers naming Alain Vigneault their next head coach. The two also talk about the Stanley Cup playoffs, Shayne Gostisbehere’s knee injury, and Joel Farabee being pretty good at hockey.


BSH Radio #204: You're making us yell

It’s a loud episode of BSH Radio this week, with Bill going to bat for a decidedly bad coaching candidate, anarchy among the fan base and nothing having actually happened in so long that we’re eating our young. Does Travis Sanheim’s emergence make Ghost more tradable? How do they change the culture of underachievement? Is there any point to the IIHF World Championships? All this and more on the first offseason edition of everyone’s favorite Flyers podcast.


Flyperbole Ep. 129 - The Marinara Incident?

Steve and Craig return this week to talk about how nothing good has ever happened to the Philadelphia Flyers, such as Joel Quenneville going to the Florida Panthers and two divisional rivals jumping up to the top two spots in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. The guys also talk about how likely it is Scott Gordon returns, who Chuck Fletcher may target in free agency, playoff predictions, and a soon-to-be OHL defenseman that will hopefully be a Flyer one day.


Ice Sport Radio 4/9: Playoff Preview!

After coming to grips with the fact that Joel Quenneville chose to coach the Florida Panthers instead of the Flyers, the gang turns its attention to the first round of the playoffs. Would a Tampa Bay loss in any round be a choke? Can Toronto make it past the Bruins? Will the Jets and Preds play up to their potential in the West? And is there a less compelling series for Flyers fans than Penguins-Islanders? Bill, Kelly, Steph and Charlie debate it all.


Postgame 4/6: Good riddance (nope)

The end has come at last. Eighty-two games have now been played, wrapping up the 2018-19 season for the non-playoff bound Philadelphia Flyers. On this season finale episode of the postgame show, I take a look back at the season, try to take away a few positives (Carter Hart, Oskar Lindblom, Sean Couturier) and look towards the upcoming offseason, the most important for this franchise in over a decade, at least (please bring me Joel Quenneville and Erik Karlsson, Chucky). And oh hey, Mark...


Postgame 4/4: Please tell me whyyyyy... I'm still watching these games

If you like high-event hockey, and have no rooting interest, the first half of the first period was certainly for you. The St. Louis Blues opened up a 3-0 lead in the first 5:33 of the game on goals by Ivan Barbashev (14), Ryan O’Reilly (28), and Alexander Steen (9). Oskar Lindblom got the Flyers on the board with his 16th goal of the season but 13 seconds later Pat Maroon netted his tenth to re-extend the Blues’ lead to three goals. JVR cut the score down to 4-2 less than 30 seconds after...


BSH Radio #203: Mailbag baby!

The gang turned the show over to you, mostly because we love and respect our listeners and want to know what's on your mind, but also because we are lazy. And because we have the best listeners, the topics were interesting and lead to some great conversation. The coaching search, which young players we'd trade, and the Shayne Gostisbehere dilemma are highlights.


Postgame 4/2: We're finally almost through this stupid freakin' season

Only two games left. We’re finally nearing the finish line to a season that has lasted, by conservative estimates, 29 months. There’ve been a ton of downs and two months of some ups. Carter Hart-Mania has been great. Hearing about how great the faceoff percentage has been, and how Robert Hagg and Radko Gudas (who was scratched for Samuel Morin on Tuesday night) are first and second in hits by defensemen. Speaking of all those hits, to answer a question about the hit-count scoring between...