On this week’s Hockey Feels: It was a tough week for the Flyers on and off the ice, with a tough, injury-filled road trip made worse by the cancer diagnosis for Oskar Lindblom. The Oilers themselves only halted a four-game losing skid with a close win against Dallas. So expect some airing of the grievances on this episode!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: On the heels of the NHL announcing efforts to enact a coaching culture change, the Dallas Stars have dismissed head coach Jim Montgomery due to “unprofessional conduct”. Also, the Oilers are treading water, but the Flyers continue to impress.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: A change in hockey coaching culture continues to reverberate across the NHL and elsewhere. Meanwhile, both the Flyers and Oilers are surging right now and are in the top five in the league! In early December! We celebrate.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Maple Leafs fired Mike Babcock, igniting a new philosophy in Toronto and leaving many questions about Babcock’s coaching style in the wake of the news. Also, Akim Aliu, Bill Peters, and how our teams are doing this week.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: Leon Draisaitl and Connor McDavid are running away with the NHL scoring race, leading the Oilers to the top of the Pacific in the process, the Flyers stumbled a bit over the weekend, and the Leafs and Flames are tire fires right now. Good times!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Oilers are leading the Pacific Division and are third overall in the league! The Flyers are third in the Metropolitan and tied for seventh in the league! No one say anything to upset this fun ride!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Islanders have won nine in a row and no one is talking about them, the Lightning and Sabres are headed overseas, and the Oilers are still managing to get points in games they don’t necessarily deserve to.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Heritage Classic happened in the heart of Saskatchewan, a Flyers goalie (but not the one you think) was one of the NHL Three Stars of the Week, and the Oilers continue their search for depth scoring.
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Oilers are one of the hottest teams in the NHL with a 7-1-1 record, and while the standings don’t show it yet, Rachel is pleased with how the Flyers are playing recently. All the chatter from around the NHL awaits you!
On this week’s Hockey Feels: The Flyers and Oilers meet for the first of two matchups this season! Rachel and Steven also discuss the hot and cold teams of the NHL, the weirdness of the early part of the schedule, and more.