Almost ten years to the date, the Flyers shocking run to the Stanley Cup Finals was cut short in game six against the Chicago Blackhawks. Patrick Kane slid one under Michael Leighton’s right pad and under the padding of the net. After minutes of confusion in the Wells Fargo Center amidst a celebration by Chicago, […]Read more "Similarities & Disparities between 2010 & 2020 Flyers Teams"
Carson Wentz has without a doubt set the league on fire from the moment he entered the league. While he was the number two overall pick in the 2016 draft, everyone will agree that he should’ve been number one. Unfortunately, Wentz’s career has been tied to the dreaded ‘I-word’ ever since 2017, but that shouldn’t […]Read more "When will Carson Wentz get the respect he deserves?"
Over a week ago, I began to write this article detailing the Phillies’ next series as they were set to host the New York Yankees. Then, everything changed when the Marlins attacked. A week later, following seven days of non-action and zero players testing positive, the Phillies can finally return to the diamond. But of […]Read more "Series Preview: Phillies Restart Season in New York"
Your favorite Flyers podcast is back! This week on the Pod Street Bullies, the guys dish on the Flyers first round-robin game against the Boston Bruins, and talk overall impressions of the team’s performance. A change in philosophy, recaps of other series’, and the NHL’s overall presentation of these games are among other topics discussed […]Read more "Pod Street Bullies: There’s a Storm a-Bruin"
Carter Hart and the Philadelphia Flyers made their official return to meaningful hockey today. Their first challenge was the league-best Boston Bruins in game one of the Eastern Conference round-robin. The Flyers were victorious in their exhibition game against the Pittsburgh Penguins, which secured momentum heading into the round-robin. Boston did not share the same […]Read more "What we learned in Flyers’ declawing of Boston Bruins"
The Eagles starting their summer of preparation this past week down at the NovaCare Complex, but it’s already been thrown into total disarray. Just days after Lane Johnson, Jordan Mailata, and Nate Gerry on the COVID-19 list, their Head Coach, Doug Pederson will now join them. Doug Pederson and one other Eagles staffer have contracted […]Read more "Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson contracts coronavirus"
The Sixers kicked off their Orlando bubble regular season with a pitiful display of defense on Saturday night. Despite Joel Embiid pouring in 41 points and 21 rebounds, the team allowed TJ Warren of all people to drop a career-high 53 points en route to 127-121 victory (check out the full game recap: HERE). The […]Read more "Why Joel Embiid’s and Shake Milton’s spat is actually good for the Sixers"
Rounding out our series of NFL Honor previews are two accolades that are arguably the most likely for an Eagles player (or staff member) to come away with at the end of the season. But which two are in question? Comeback Player of the Year This might be the easiest award for an Eagles player […]Read more "Is Doug Pederson an early NFL Coach of the year candidate?"
When one looks back on “The Process” there is a long list of players you might think about. From Joel Embiid to Robert Covington, from Khalif Wyatt to Jarvis Varnado. The spectrum of players was vast and they all left an impact in their own unique way. One player who was especially meaningful during his […]Read more "Former Sixer Tony Wroten opens up on his fight to return to the NBA"
We’ve had basketball and baseball kick off their seasons, and the NFL is closing in on their start of training camp. However, hockey fans worldwide have had to wait just as patiently for the NHL return. After a day full of hockey on Saturday, the Flyers will finally will get their call to the ice […]Read more "Flyers’ Journey to First Seed Opens up Against Bruins"