The Chuck Fletcher era in Philadelphia began on December 3rd of 2018. He was tasked with cleaning up the mess that Ron Hextall left in his wake. While it wasn’t a complete disaster, there was absolutely work to be done. From a few glaringly bad contracts, to an NHL roster that had been all-but neglected […]Read more "Chuck Fletcher Hitting all the Right Notes"
Let’s talk about life goals. Some people want to travel abroad and live in different cultures. Others find nirvana traveling all over to various music festivals, whatever the genre may be. For the sports fan, a life goal could be to witness their favorite team win a championship series or game live. For “The Baseball […]Read more "The Baseball Pilgrim: A Phillies Fan’s Voyage"
Despite taking centers in the first round in each of the last two drafts, the Philadelphia 76ers had their eyes set on yet another big man entering 2015. Coming off a dominant collegiate year at Duke, Jahlil Okafor was at the top of the Sixers’ draft board. Initially, fans around the league were quite puzzled […]Read more "Rewinding the process: What happened to Jahlil Okafor?"
“I bring passion and competitiveness to the field because I want to the best player I can be. Competition brings out the best in you and I love that” Van Jefferson to PhillySportsNetwork Vanchii Lashawn Jefferson has football in his blood. Before he was a four-star recruit out of Tennessee, before he started at Ole […]Read more "Eagles Draft profile: Getting to know the wideout you’re all sleeping on"
There is no question that the Philadelphia Flyers have been especially dominant at home. If the Flyers played every game at home, Carter Hart would be up for the Vezina Award at the end of this season. That isn’t the case and is the thesis for such a stark contrast behind his success at home […]Read more "Flyers Need a Veteran Backup Goaltender in 2020-2021"
After four seasons at Western Michigan University, right-winger Wade Allison has signed an entry-level contract with the Philadelphia Flyers. “The Professor,” in the 2020-2021 season will be on the same AHL roster with David Kase and Maksim Sushko with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Allison played 26 games this season and scored 23 points. It was […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Wade Allison Signs Flyers ELC"
March 26th would’ve been the day that the Phillies opened up the season in Miami. In all fairness, that’s what did happen, just not in the traditional sense. Rhys Hoskins took on Marlins player Miguel Rojas in a game of MLB the Show 2020. The game fit in with MLB’s #OpeningDayatHome campaign. Rhys would ultimately […]Read more "Phillies shut out the Marlins on Opening Day…online"
As the world enters week two of no sports action due to the Coronoavirus, we have some interesting news regarding Philly College Basketball. On Wedesday night, news would come down from Saint Joseph’s University that Ryan Daly will go through the NBA Draft Process and leave the option to return to Hawk Hill. Head Coach […]Read more "Saint Josephs Ryan Daly to Enter NBA Draft Process"
The Eagles have enjoyed a fruitful start to the 2020 offseason. From Darius Slay and Javon Hargrave, to Will Parks and Jatavis Brown, Howie Roseman wasted little time in rolling up his sleeves and bettering the roster. Well, at least defensively. The big question mark hovering over this team heading into free agency was how […]Read more "Maybe the Eagles have a plan for Alshon Jeffery after all"
Yesterday afternoon, Claude Giroux video called into a conference call with Sidney Crosby, Jordan Staal, and Marc Staal on behalf of Sportsnet. After many of us were teased with snippets on Twitter of this fun call, the video was finally released later last night. If you don’t have the time to watch the full half-hour, […]Read more "Claude Giroux remains positive, speaks about the NHL season’s fate"