It looked gloomy for the Flyers when they started their 2014 campaign.

The coach that led once led them to the Stanley Cup was fired after the first three games of the season and replaced by his assistant, Craig Berube.

Rather than label Berube with the 'interim' tag to see how things shake out, general manager Paul Holmgren put him behind the bench permanently offering him a contract.

Berube called "The Sportsbash" and talked with Mike and Todd about his team, who currently sits in the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference.

They've come along way, but that doesn't mean there's any rest in the near future.

Oh, but there is.

The Flyers continue to make a surge toward an Olympic break for the games in Sochi, the team will have 19 days in between games.

"The guys get a break, but the guys you got you have to get them going again and be prepared," Berube said.

Berube also talks about the goaltender situation and if Steve Mason has asserted himself as the number 1.

LISTEN to Craig Berube on "The Sportsbash:"