The same cliché has been used over and over again to describe the season that the Flyers are having. “It’s a roller coaster season,” “This season has been a roller coaster ride,” so on and so forth, all meaning the same. We could sit here for hours and debate the kind of season the Flyers […]Read more "In a season full of Flyers streaks, now is the time to start one that matters"
In a game plagued by bad calls and lucky bounces, the Flyers suffered another crushing loss to the Bruins in Boston. After scoring first, the Flyers were on the wrong end of two poor penalty calls and two Bruins goals late in the 1st period. The second goal coming off a sure Bruins penalty. Simmonds […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: A crushing final 22 seconds deprives orange and black of a point"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s matchup coming off a 5-2 loss against the Penguins last night. The Flyers look to end a 4-game losing streak against a streaking Bruins team. Boston enters tonight’s matchup coming off a 6-5 OT win over the Red Wings on Tuesday. The Bruins look to extend their win streak to 5 and […]Read more "Flyers vs Bruins Preview: The Orange and Black face a tough test on the road"
With 0:58 left in the 2nd, the Flyers thought they broke the ice finally against Bruins Tuukka Rask. Well, if you have watched the Flyers this season, you’d know that nothing is as easy as that and indeed it wasn’t. Immediately following the goal, Bruins Head Coach Bruce Cassidy looked down at his little bench […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: What is goal interference again? Flyers lose 10th straight"
The Flyers enter todays afternoon contest against the Bruins on a 9-game losing streak. They look to end that streak against the Bruins. The Bruins enter today coming off a 3-game home–stand, ending with a 3-2 victory over the Lightning. They look to keep how there improved play on the road over the past few […]Read more "Post Game Recap: Flyers drop 10th Straight game in 3-0 shutout loss to Bruins"
The Eagles kick off their regular season with a game at Lincoln Financial Field against the Cleveland Browns and there is plenty to be excited about. After an exhilarating offseason, the Eagles will be led by a new starting quarterback in a new Offense ran by rookie Head Coach Doug Pederson. The intense Jim Schwartz […]Read more "Five players to watch in Eagles vs Browns"
So news emerged earlier that Boston have once again been busy this offseason as they picked up Philadelphia Flyers 2008 sixth round pick Zac Rinaldo. Rinaldo led the team in penalty minutes last season and was often seen as reckless, but with the Boston gaining someone so reputable for just a third round pick,who really […]Read more "Rinaldo to Boston, who wins?"
The Boston Red Sox made the optimistic trip to Citizens Bank Park earlier today for the opening day of the new MLB season. A trip which would see them leave even happier. The Red Sox humiliated a struggling Phillies side as they were shut out 8-0 in front of a sellout crowd. Five of those runs […]Read more "Disappointing season opener for Phillies in 8-0 loss"
Cole Hamels has been confirmed as the Phillies’ starting pitcher on their opening day fixture against Boston a week from Monday. It will mark the 31 year old’s second opening day start. The 31-year-old lefty went 9-9 last year, hitting a career-best 2.46 ERA. Hamels will be supported by Aaron Harang, David Buchanan and Jerome Williams. […]Read more "Cole Hamels will start on opening day for Phillies"
The Flyers were already underdogs coming into their encounter against Edmonton, but if the challenge already wasn’t steep enough, goaltender Steve Mason had pulled himself from warmups after reportedly feeling under the weather. This season has been shrouded by oddities surrounding the goalie and this seems to be the latest in a long line. Emery […]Read more "Oilers snatch OT win"