What a week it was for the Philadelphia Flyers. After sweeping a three-game road trip, the Flyers returned home to start a four-game homestand and did so in dominant fashion, extending their winning to five games with a 5-1 win over the Dallas Stars.

On this week's episode of Flyers Talk with 97.3 ESPN Flyers Insider Kevin Durso, Brianna Barretta and Kevin sit down to talk about the recent results and what it has meant for the Flyers in the playoff picture.

The Flyers kept the winning ways going with wins over Minnesota, Winnipeg, and St. Louis on the road trip in addition to defeating Dallas on Thursday. What's contributing to their latest winning streak?

As the season approaches the All-Star break, the percentages are increasing on the Flyers chances to make the playoffs. What will make the Flyers a playoff contender this season, having come this far in the season already in a playoff position?

As the team has succeeded, so have a few individuals. Owen Tippett is on a hot streak. Morgan Frost is building confidence. What does the impact of these players mean for the latest streak the team is on?

The newest Flyer, Jamie Drysdale, made his return to the lineup on Thursday after missing two games with illness, but his early performances have been encouraging. What is he bringing to the Flyers lineup?

The addition of Drysdale has also created some interesting lineup decisions and the approach to the trade deadline will also certainly be interesting. Are any other trades on the horizon and what will that do for the team's deadline plans?

Finally. the Flyers continue the homestand on Saturday afternoon against the Colorado Avalanche. What can be expected from this game?

Join Brianna and Kevin for this latest episode of Flyers talk, which you can watch below:

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Kevin Durso is Flyers insider for 97.3 ESPN. Follow him on social media @Kevin_Durso.

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