The Union lost at Orlando City 2-1 this past Thursday, even though they played well in the match. There’s no time to hang heads and dwell on the what-ifs of that match. Now it’s time to look ahead to the weekend’s clash. Philadelphia stays on the road in Florida taking on Inter Miami on Sunday […]Read more "Union take on last-place Miami looking to bounce back quickly"
Taking the $4.5mil Chuck Fletcher saved by trading Shayne Gostisbehere to the Arizona Coyotes and investing in a time machine would have been better than his deal with the Buffalo Sabres for Rasmus Ristolainen. Yesterday, Fletcher traded Gostisbehere, the 2022 second round, and 2022 seventh-round picks for nothing. Today, Fletcher sent the 2021 first-round pick, […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Flyers make a shock trade for Rasmus Ristolainen"
When Travis Jankowski first came up to the Phillies’ club at the end of May, expectations were set extremely low for the local guy. Prior to returning to the Philadelphia area, Jankowski spent six years in the Majors with the Padres and Reds. Possessing a .238/.315.313 slash line over that stretch, the outfielder was strictly […]Read more "A strong surge at the plate bodes well for Travis Jankowski"
Training Camp is now just a few days away for the Philadelphia Eagles and and anticipation is nearing an all-time high. Nick Sirianni and a new band of coaches are ready to welcome in a new era of Eagles football. For some players, this is a huge opportunity to leave the troubles of the past […]Read more "Five Eagles players who are in need of a strong training camp"
The NBA draft is less than a week away. Should the Sixers use one of their two picks and bank on Joshua Primo’s potential? For those who have seen an Alabama Crimson Tide game this year, the name Joshua Primo stands out. Standing 6’6 with a 6’9 wingspan, Josh is the poster child for how […]Read more "Should the Sixers Draft for Potential in Joshua Primo?"
One day removed from the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft, Chuck Fletcher made another trade, this time involving Shayne Gostisbehere. No, that’s not right. A trade implies that the Philadelphia Flyers received something tangible in return. Fletcher made a deal. He sent Shayne Gostisbehere to the Arizona Coyotes along with a 2022 second and seventh-round pick. […]Read more "Shayne Gostisbehere trade leaves Flyers more questions than answers"
The Sixers and the Nets finished the NBA playoffs in disappointing fashion. Guest writer Ty Clark revisits the season that (almost) was. The Milwaukee Bucks have won the 2021 NBA Championship, thus ending a season defined more by what could’ve happened than what did. The 2020-2021 NBA season was a weird, chaotic mess won by […]Read more "To The Sixers and Nets Season That (Almost) Was"
The Union went down to Orlando in a match that had huge implications on the eastern conference standings right around the halfway point of the season. The Union played well but came up short yet again thanks to sloppy mistakes. Philly falls in a 2-1 loss at Orlando, but there’s no reason to think this […]Read more "Union play well, but sloppy mistakes lead to 2-1 loss at Orlando"
The Philadelphia Flyers revealed their schedule for the upcoming NHL season on Friday evening. The full schedule can be found here: Back to normality It may sound silly, but I’ve never been happier to see games against teams from out west on a schedule. The impact of COVID-19 stretched far beyond what we could’ve ever […]Read more "All you need to know about the Philadelphia Flyers 2021-22 schedule"
After the Seattle Kraken put a thorn in the side of Chuck Fletcher’s plan to relieve some salary cap pressure, the Flyers decided to take matters into their own hands on Thursday. The Philadelphia Flyers have traded Shayne Gostisbehere & 2022 second & seventh-round picks in exchange for $4.5M in cap relief. The move isn’t […]Read more "Flyers trade Shayne Gostisbehere & Draft picks to Coyotes for cap relief"