BSH Radio 26: A return from the offseason, featuring a reading from The Book of Twitter

PHILADELPHIA - OCTOBER 11: Teammates mob Jeff Carter #17 of the Philadelphia Flyers after he scored the Flyers winning goal in the third period of a hockey game against the Colorado Avalanche at the Wells Fargo Center on October 11, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Paul Bereswill/Getty Images)

After a few months off on the podcast, we're back in style this week as we discuss the new season and it's first few games.

Ben, Geoff and myself talk about the Flyers defense and how much better they are when Chris Pronger is around. We talk about the offense and, in particular the penalty kill, two things that aren't supposed to go together. So far this year for the Flyers, they've certainly gone together quite well.

Also, we discuss the improvements made by James van Riemsdyk and Claude Giroux over the offseason and how much of an impact they will have on the team this season.

Oh, and we can't forget our dramatic reading of the little Twitter battle that went off between Sarah Baicker of CSN Philly and Frank Seravalli of the Daily News yesterday. We started it, we make fun of it. And Ben plays the part of a girl. Do tune in.

Thanks to mikefive, as well, for putting together our new theme. It's rockin'.

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