Over the past few years, there has been one Flyers’ player that has been pretty much untouchable. Sean Couturier, fresh off a Selke award, has been one of the team’s best players, and probably the best all-around skater. He looks to continue his success, and will be one the team’s leaders heading into the shortened […]Read more "Flyers’ Season Preview: What Can We Expect From Sean Couturier?"
During a New Years Eve press conference, Flyers’ general manager Chuck Fletcher announced that Sam Morin will move to left-wing at the start of training camp. Morin, who has struggled to stay on the ice after a pair ACL tears, looked to be a promising bruising blueliner for the team. However, now due to the […]Read more "Sam Morin will make the move to Left Wing ahead of Flyers training camp"
In a new article series at Philly Sports Network, the guys over at Spreadin’ The Love are teaming up with some of our Philadelphia 76ers’ writers to bring you the best bets of the week. In their first week of regular-season action, the Sixers literally showed their highs, mediums, and lows. Sure, there was going […]Read more "Sixers’ Week Ahead: Best Bets for this week of action"
A Pair of Flyers’ 2019 draft picks contributed in Team USA’s loss to Team Russia on Christmas Night. The Flyers’ offseason news has remained quiet for the most part. With NHL hockey still a couple of weeks away, we do have some hockey tied to our favorite guys in orange and black on right now. […]Read more "Flyers’ Prospects York and Brink Shine in WJC Opener"
The Philadelphia 76ers kicked off their 2020-2021 season at home Wednesday night as they hosted the Wizards. Joel Embiid, along with their bench, truly carried the team to victory in this one as the starters watched a double-digit lead of their own dwindle. However, despite some really weak 2nd and 3rd quarter play, the Sixers […]Read more "Everything you need to know ahead of Sixers’ road opener vs Knicks"
The Philadelphia Phillies looked to have a bright future a mere three seasons ago. Heading into 2018, the Phillies had a strong core from their farm system that consisted of Aaron Nola, Rhys Hoskins, and Scott Kingery. During the 2017 season, Hoskins and Nola brought light to a dreaded rebuild year. Hoskins joined the team […]Read more "Could 2021 be the final season of the Phillies’ Hoskins and Kingery era?"
After back to back preseason wins for the Philadelphia 76ers, the Sixers showed us a glimpse of their potential. Nearly from top to bottom, this team is revamped. Last Tuesday, Shake Milton stole the show as the Sixers cruised past the Boston Celtics. On Friday night, the Sixers, led by Milton and Dwight Howard, overcame […]Read more "Three things we learned about the Sixers in preseason"
Liam and Ricky were back at it this week, and are ready to spread the love, some may say. There is a lot on the line in some crucial matchups (i.e. the Eagles’ game) in week 15, so we wanted to help you make as educated as picks as possible. Liam provided some flame and a deep stats dive, […]Read more "Week 15 Best Bets: Can the Eagles Sustain Success?"
It wasn’t too long ago that Scott Kingery was a prized prospect in the Phillies’ farm system. Kingery was consistently ranking in the team’s top prospect rankings, as he was flourishing in the minor leagues. The former second-round draft pick batted .304 with 26 home runs, 65 RBIs, and 29 stolen bases last season in […]Read more "What should Phillies fans expect from Scott Kingery in 2021?"
It’s no secret that the Phillies have some holes on their roster. With their depleted bullpen, outfield depth, and uncertainty among their infield and rotation, they have some decisions to make. By hiring Dave Dombrowski to be their new president of baseball operations, history shows that prospects are likely not safe at all. However, if […]Read more "Prospects Check In: Which Infielders Could Crack the Phillies’ Roster?"