Right on cue, the Philadelphia 76ers have begun exploring potential bench upgrades via trade. Their top priority right now? Jordan Clarkson. According to Sports Illustrated’s NBA Insider Sam Amico (@AmicoHoops), the Sixers have expressed “high interest” in the 27-year-old combo guard. The Sixers are a team that are obviously looking to contend, and with that […]Read more "Should the Sixers be all-in on Jordan Clarkson?"
On Monday, Flyers’ head coach Alain Vigneault stated that he was going to use rotation involving Phil Myers, Shayne Gostisbehere and Robert Hagg for the last two defense pairing. He said he was not sure who was going to play Tuesday night against the Toronto Maple Leafs and would make a decision on Tuesday at […]Read more "Inside Scoop: Flyers’ Third Pair Rotation"
A day or so before releasing Mack Hollins, the Eagles worked out a name that will be familiar to many. That man has now been signed to the practice squad ahead of Monday night’s clash with the G-Men. Former CFL standout Marken Michel is the player in question. Best known for his 75-yard touchdown against […]Read more "Instant analysis: Eagles sign a familiar face to the practice squad"
The Flyers have a dilemma. A good one, to be honest. They have three defensemen battling for two spots, and they’re all playing pretty decent at the moment. This isn’t like the beginning of the 2017/18 season when Travis Sanheim, Robert Hagg, and Samuel Morin were battling it out. This still involves Hagg, but enter […]Read more "Flyers Blueline Bustle: Three Guys, Two Spots, One Solution"
Winners of four of their last five games, the Philadelphia Flyers host the Toronto Maple Leafs tonight. Over this season, the Flyers have been one of the better teams to play on home ice. Recently, they’ve turned over that home-ice success to the road to finish strong in November. December is the season for giving […]Read more "Spying on the Saboteur: Philadelphia Flyers vs Toronto Maple Leafs"
Welcome back to the special teams breakdown you didn’t think you needed, but you’re glad you got it anyway! This time around, we’re talking the powerplay, and how Alain Vigneault and Michel Therrien have turned the unit around. The powerplay was flirting around last place for a majority of the 2018/19 season, and finished close […]Read more "Then & Now: The Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay"
What a difference a year makes, right? This time last year, Flyers fans were as disgruntled as ever, dealing with a putrid special teams. The penalty kill had more holes than a mini-golf course. 27 games into the season, the Flyers PK was hardly a factor. Under Dave Hakstol, the Flyers played a lackadaisical style […]Read more "Then & Now: The Philadelphia Flyers Penalty Kill"
What a couple of months it has been for the Flyers. The ups, the downs, and everything in between. Starting the season off on the right foot, albeit in Prague, then dropping four in a row to Western Conference foe. Riding through the lows of October, and coasting through November with a 10-2-4 record. The […]Read more "A Tale of Two Months: Flyers Goalies"
The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Canadians Saturday night with a score of 4-3. The overtime win symbolized the month full of magic for the orange and black, as Provorov capped the win with a between-the-legs dangle. Mo-vember Magic Back on Oct. 29th, the Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the Pittsburgh Penguins in their final game […]Read more "Provorov’s filthy goal caps off Flyers’ magical November"
On August 25, 2019, I walked into the Intensive Care Unit of Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to see what looked like the shell of my 14-year-old brother, Zach. He was heavily sedated, to the point where he could not respond to us and was deeply asleep. A few weeks prior, Zach was diagnosed with Central […]Read more "More Than A Game – The Story of Zach Steward"