Over the past couple of years, I’ve taken a dive into keeping up to date with Eagles draft classes. How did they fare during their stint in Midnight green? Who moved on to greener pastures? Which players became unexpected heroes, while others fell from grace? With there still being a while before Training Camp will […]Read more "Where are they now? Eagles 2015 Draft class"
After reading Ricky Amandeo’s crystal ball projections yesterday and after seeing plenty of discussions sparked, it’s time to see what Lady Galadriel’s’ Hockey Mirror will reflect when I look into it. EASTERN CONFERENCE (BUBBLE CITY 1): City 1 – Round Robin for Seeding in First Round Boston Bruins Tampa Bay Lightning Washington Capitals Philadelphia Flyers […]Read more "PSN picks the playoffs: Liam’s play-in/round-robin picks"
The Stanley Cup Playoffs may actually be happening. Let’s let that sink in before getting to the heart of this piece. _________________________ It was announced on May 22 that the NHL and NHLPA agreed to the 24 team playoff, but there are still hurdles to overcome. Hub cities, seeding for teams ranked 1-4, and above […]Read more "Which Playoff Format Gives the Flyers the Biggest Advantage?"
Less than two months ago and things were pretty clear when it came to Brett Brown’s future as head coach of the Philadelphia 76ers: go deep in the playoffs, or get fired. With a shortened season essentially a guarantee at this point, and a new playoff format also potentially in play, Brown’s status has become […]Read more "Sixers: Shortened season adds confusion to the Brett Brown decision"
With the deadline approaching on Monday to make a move on Linus Hogberg, the Philadelphia Flyers signed him to an entry-level contract today. If this hadn’t happened, the Flyers would have lost their rights to Hogberg. Drafted in the fifth round of the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, the 21-year-old defenseman spent the 2019-2020 season with […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Linus Hogberg Signs ELC with Flyers"
On Tuesday May 26, NHL commissioner Gary Bettman announced his plan for the NHL to resume play. By the sounds of it, there doesn’t seem to be any puck drop happening until about August. The biggest piece of information from his announcement was the confirmation of the 24-team NHL playoff style. In this plan, the […]Read more "PSN Picks the Playoffs: Ricky’s Play-In/Round-Robin Picks"
With the 2020 NBA free agency period expected to be a big one for the Philadelphia 76ers, PhillySportsNetwork writer Zach Ciavolella (@ZCiavoPSN) proposed the idea of the team bringing back Dario Saric. Less than two weeks later and it appears this idea has started to pick up steam. In a story put out by Paul […]Read more "Rumors of a Dario Saric & Sixers reunion are picking up steam"
Back in December of 2009, the Phillies traded for Roy Halladay, Doc, as we’d come to know. I was a young baseball fan still angry at Derek Jeter, A-Rod, and especially Hideki Matsui. All I knew is that we were getting better with this addition. I really had no idea who Roy Halladay was. The […]Read more "Reacting to ESPN’s “Imperfect” documentary"
The NBA seems to have decided on a date to resume its season. According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, NBA commissioner Adam Silver has informed the Board of Governors that the target date for the NBA’s return is July 31st. The NBA was actually the first of the major sports league to suspend their […]Read more "Instant analysis: NBA to Target July 31 as Return Date"
The last few days have been nothing short of chaotic. Just as we thought the world was beginning to settle down amidst the decline of the COVID-19 pandemic, a video went viral that shook an already fractured country to its core. The video in question showed a police officer choking a black man with his […]Read more "Carson Wentz and Zach Ertz are setting an example for white NFL stars"