Union center back and YSC Youth Acadamy graduate, Mark McKenzie, agreed to terms on a new long-term contract extension that is guaranteed through the 2022 season. The contract has club options that could keep McKenzie in town through 2024. While many Union fans are anxiously awaiting the announcement of a new signing that both Sporting […]Read more "Union lock up McKenzie through 2022; yet another positive for their Youth Academy system"
On this week’s Pod Street Prospects, the guys run through the goalie prospects the Flyers have in the system. They discuss each prospect, and decide where they may end up next season. Pod Street Prospects is an extension of the Pod Street Bullies podcast, run by the dynamic duo of Derrik Bobb & John Gove. […]Read more "Pod Street Prospects – The Goalies"
The Flyers play host to the Canadiens tonight in a winnable game against a struggling Habs team. Looking to make it three straight wins, Philly is starting to heat up at the right time. But just because the odds favor the orange and black, it doesn’t mean that this will be a walk in the […]Read more "Game preview: Flyers looking to stay hot against ailing Canadiens"
The Philadelphia 76ers wrapped up the first half of their season with a loss to the Indiana Pacers. It seems as if the team is underperforming beyond belief. It’s the third season since “The Process” has officially ended, and the Sixers have not gotten any better under Brett Brown. This season looks to be similar […]Read more "The good, bad, and ugly from opening half of the Sixers season"
The East-West Shrine Game takes place this weekend out in Florida, marking the first ‘all-star showcase’ for budding NFL prospects. Brandon Brooks and Avonte Maddox are two of the more prominent faces currently wearing midnight green to have strutted their stuff in a game designed to give those ‘under the radar talents’ a platform to […]Read more "Ten players who could interest the Eagles at the East-West Shrine game"
Coming off a loss to the Indiana Pacers, the Sixers were desperate for a win. The team had fallen to sixth place in the Eastern Conference and were facing the division rival Brooklyn Nets. Desperate in their own sense, the Nets cling to eighth place in the East and are 3-7 in their last ten […]Read more "Sixers Recap: Harris leads rally to victory"
On Tuesday, the Phillies had their biggest move of the offseason… and they didn’t move a muscle. Josh Donaldson left the NL East, signing with the Minnesota Twins. It seems that the Atlanta Braves didn’t want to pay the hefty 4-years $92 million (even though $23 mill was exactly what they paid Donaldson last season). […]Read more "Shakeups in NL East could pave a way for the Phillies"
The circumstances weren’t what many expected. Fresh off a brand new $128 million extension, Carson Wentz needed to prove the Eagles made the right decision in putting all their eggs in one basket. Towards the midway point of the season, many doubted the former MVP-front-runner. Injuries, miscues, and anonymous sources challenged not only the skill […]Read more "Eagles report card: Grading Carson Wentz’s fourth year in the NFL"
Wednesday night, the Philadelphia Flyers proved that they are world-beaters. In three out of four games, they have been victorious against teams that have claimed the spot of NHL’s best. First, it was the Washington Capitals who were defeated in regulation. Second, it was the Boston Bruins who were defeated in a shootout. Now, it’s […]Read more "The Hat Trick: Flyers Give St. Louis the Blues"
Since the comeback victory against the Boston Bruins on Monday night, the Philadelphia Flyers have had some setbacks of their own. Brad Marchand isn’t the only one who has his hands on the short end of the stick. The following practice, goaltender Carter Hart left the ice with an abdominal strain. In this time, the […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers at St. Louis Blues"