In just a few days, the Philadelphia Wings will submit their protected list to the NLL for the 2021 NLL Expansion Draft. How could it look? Already the largest indoor lacrosse league in North America, the NLL continues to expand into the 2021-2022 season. In three days, the NLL franchises must submit their protected lists. […]Read more "Philadelphia Wings Protection List Projection: 2021 NLL Expansion Draft"
When the 2021 NLL Entry Draft takes place, the Philadelphia Wings will select tenth. Here are five options to draft in the first round. When the 2021 NLL Draft takes place, the Philadelphia Wings will select tenth in the first round. Practically every forward or transition specialist is healthy and on the Wings active roster. […]Read more "Five Prospects the Philadelphia Wings Could Target In the 2021 NLL Draft"
Before the NLL Faceoff Weekend, the 2021 NLL Hall of Fame class will be announced. Three former Philadelphia Wings made the ballot. Two months ago, the National Lacrosse League announced its 2020-2021 faceoff weekend. During the first weekend of December, the 4th and 5th, an eighteen-game season will begin. Throughout the pandemic, the NLL has […]Read more "Three Former Philadelphia Wings Nominated For 2021 NLL Hall of Fame"
Last night, the NLL held their 2020 Entry Draft. For the first time in league history, the draft was virtual. Hosted by Devan Kaney, Teddy Jenner, and Stephen Stamp, the 2020 NLL Entry Draft served as a refreshing potential beginning to the upcoming season. See Wings’ Head Coach and General Manager preparing for the virtual […]Read more "Introducing the Philadelphia Wings 2020 Draft Class"
In the past few weeks, the Philadelphia Wings began their busy offseason by making a handful of roster moves. There was a bevy of transactions made from trades to free-agent signings. The brightest addition, Ben McIntosh, came as a result of trading Josh Currier. Headlining the contract extensions of current Wings players was Liam Byrnes. […]Read more "Philadelphia Wings Making Moves with a Win-Now Mentality"
Over the last week, the Philadelphia Wings have made a handful of roster moves. Four more Wings players had their contracts extended, two players were traded away, and two other players were free-agent signings. In 2021, Philadelphia is taking on a different look in the NLL. Trade Talk Firstly, defenseman Nick Finlay was sent to […]Read more "Wings Make a Handful of Offseason Transactions"
The Philadelphia Wings offseason is taking full strides two days after the announcement of goaltender, Zach Higgins’, three-year contract extension. Today, the Wings extended two-years to the contracts of transition defenseman, Isaiah Davis-Allen, and forward, Blaze Riorden. Throughout the 2020 campaign, Davis-Allen played eleven games while securing 33 loose balls. A playmaker, Riorden recorded 42 […]Read more "Instant Analysis: Wings Extend Isaiah Davis-Allen and Blaze Riorden"
Just over a month ago, the NLL confirmed the announcement that the 2020 season wouldn’t continue due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. At the end of the abbreviated season, the Philadelphia Wings finished third in the Eastern Division. Tied with the Georgia Swarm just a few games behind first place, the Wings were still battling […]Read more "Wings’ Paul Day and Kiel Matisz Receive NLL Honors"
After dropping a rough game to the Rush, and New England picking up a couple of wins, the Philadelphia Wings fell to second in the East division once again. In their most recent matchup, goaltender Brandon Miller saw his first action of the season in the 15-10 loss. Philadelphia will look to rebound their loss […]Read more "Premium Gouda: Wings Look to Rebound Against Mammoth"
After back to back wins against the Buffalo Bandits and New England Black Wolves on the road, the Philadelphia Wings are at their spiciest. Road wins to climb into first place in the NLL East Division are enough evidence to display the Wings are playing their best lacrosse this season. As Philadelphia hosts the Saskatchewan […]Read more "Premium Gouda: Philadelphia Wings vs Saskatchewan Rush"