In a very up and down game five, we saw the highs and lows of the Flyers. Their power play was finally showing some type of promise, however, the Canadiens out-Flyered the Flyers. Each time the orange and black would get something going, the Habs would instantly fire back with a goal. Carter Hart wasn’t […]Read more "Flyers aim to close out a tumultuous series against Canadiens"
The Philadelphia Phillies have been two completely different teams all in one this season. After a dreaded start to the season, the Phillies rattled off four straight wins, before losing the back half of a quick two game series against the Boston Red Sox. Despite the constant struggle of that bullpen, the Phillies bats have […]Read more "Phillies look to keep their hot bats Against Blue Jays"
About a week ago, my friend David Esser wrote a piece highlighting the Ben Simmons’ injury. In this article, David questioned if Alec Burks could help fill the void that was being created due to Simmons not playing. As Dave also notes, “Burks has really struggled to land a solidified role with the Sixers since […]Read more "Could Alec Burks be just what the Sixers need right now?"
To begin this season, we’ve seen the Phillies struggle. And by struggle, they struggled bad. Their bullpen has been atrocious, leading to Joe Girardi having to try a bunch of different options. Again, all of which were simply just bad. However, the relievers have been starting to perform at a slightly less historically bad rate. […]Read more "Phillies’ bats, led by a goose, are red hot to start the season"
The Flyers showed why they earned the first seed in game four. After an early goal by Michael Raffl, the Flyers controlled the tempo throughout the entire game. This, of course, leading to the 2-0 lead, giving them a 3-1 edge in the series. Goaltender Carter Hart has been an absolute brick wall in back-to-back […]Read more "How the Flyers can overthrow Canadiens in game 5"
For anyone who was following the Flyers while Danny Briere was a staple on the team, it’s no secret how well he performed when it mattered most. Danny Briere was easily one of the best scorers in Flyers’ playoff history, and was even considered the best in NHL history. Briere’s playoff reputation started to develop […]Read more "Who could be this year’s playoff Danny Briere for the Flyers?"
There are three guarantees in life: death, taxes, and the Phillies dropping a series to the Marlins to begin an underwhelming season. From there, things have not really gotten much better. The Phillies are coming off of a devastating, and incredibly embarrassing, series sweep of the Baltimore Orioles. In that series, the Phillies had multiple […]Read more "Phillies look to bounce back against Mets: Series Preview"
A couple of Sundays ago, we watched nearly the best case scenario for the Flyers. Despite showing some signs of rust, the Flyers came out with an impressive 4-1 victory over the President’s Trophy winning Boston Bruins on Sunday. Not only did they come out with the win, but we watched some crucial x-factors unfold. The bottom six […]Read more "Flyers aim to take 2-0 series lead over Montreal Canadiens"
Only days after his first career playoff win, goaltending phenom Carter Hart has officially turned 22. So far for his career, Hart has a stellar 40-26-4 record with a 2.59 goals against average and .915 save percentage. After a rookie season consisting of a 2.83 GAA and .917 save percentage, Hart managed an even more […]Read more "Happy belated birthday, Carter Hart: reflecting on his best moments"
A couple Sundays ago, we watched nearly the best case scenario for the Flyers. Despite showing some signs of rust, the Flyers came out with an impressive 4-1 victory over the President’s Trophy winning Boston Bruins on Sunday. Not only did they come out with the win, but we watched some crucial x-factors unfold. The bottom six […]Read more "Top Seeded Flyers to take on red hot Canadiens to kick off the playoffs"