That’s four wins in a row now for the Sixers as they take sole possession of the top seed in the Eastern Conference over the Brooklyn Nets. It wasn’t pretty; in fact, it was far more difficult than it should have been, but the Sixers pulled out a win against the Spurs. There were points […]Read more "Ben Simmons Saves The Day As Sixers Earn Fourth Straight Win"
The Sixers will look to carry the momentum of three straight blowout victories into tonight’s matchup with the Spurs as the season winds down. Now riding a three-game winning streak in which each game was won by an average of just over 32 points per game, the Sixers look to remain hot tonight. Even considering […]Read more "Streaking Sixers Look to Stay Hot in Matchup with Spurs"
Despite holding control of the first seed for nearly the entire year, the Sixers no longer lead the Eastern Conference. A four-game losing streak, including back-to-back losses against the Bucks, has sunk the Sixers to one and a half games behind the Brooklyn Nets. With twelve games left to play, the Sixers must prepare for […]Read more "Why the Sixers Must Remain Focused on the First Seed"
After giving up the games first goal and falling behind 2-1, the Flyers came back with fiery and fire and defeated the Hurricanes 4-3. The Flyers got contributions from multiple players tonight. They were led by Shayne Gostisbehere and Sean Couturier, who both had 2-point nights. The Flyers also got goals from Michael Raffl, Ivan Provorov, […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The magic number is down to 1"
After starting the season slow, Dave Hakstol moved Travis Konecny to the top line to see if that would jump start his season. Well, that move by Dave Hakstol has paid off in numbers for the Flyers. Konecny scored two more goals tonight to help lead the Flyers to a much needed win. His first […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: No ‘sophomore slump’ for Travis Konecny"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-4 SOL to the Red Wings on Tuesday. The Flyers look to get back on the winning side of things with a win over a struggling Rangers team. New York enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-3 loss to the Blue Jackets on Tuesday. The Rangers look to […]Read more "Flyers vs Rangers Preview: Points are a premium heading into local showdown"
When the Flyers exited the month of February, they were one of the hottest teams in the NHL and were pulling away from the playoff bubble line. However, after another loss, the Flyers playoff hopes are now back in jeopardy. The Flyers lost their 7th game in their last 8 matchups tonight against the Blue Jackets. […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: Are Flyers playoff hopes in jeopardy?"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s game coming off a tough loss late in regulation against the Vegas Golden Knights on Monday. The Flyers look to get back on track against a Columbus team right behind them in the standings. Columbus enters tonight’s game coming off a 5-2 victory over the Canadiens on Monday. The Blue Jackets look […]Read more "Flyers vs Blue Jackets Preview: It’s crunch time for the Orange & Black"
In a game plagued by bad calls and lucky bounces, the Flyers suffered another crushing loss to the Bruins in Boston. After scoring first, the Flyers were on the wrong end of two poor penalty calls and two Bruins goals late in the 1st period. The second goal coming off a sure Bruins penalty. Simmonds […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: A crushing final 22 seconds deprives orange and black of a point"
Philadelphia enters tonight’s matchup coming off a 5-2 loss against the Penguins last night. The Flyers look to end a 4-game losing streak against a streaking Bruins team. Boston enters tonight’s matchup coming off a 6-5 OT win over the Red Wings on Tuesday. The Bruins look to extend their win streak to 5 and […]Read more "Flyers vs Bruins Preview: The Orange and Black face a tough test on the road"