For the first time in 4 years, the Flyers swept the Western Canada trip. After struggling the past few years in Western Canada, the Flyers got back to their winning ways and swept the three Western Canadian teams. Tonight, the Flyers defeated the Canucks 4-1 off a strong performance by all aspects of the game: […]Read more "Five Flyers Observations: The Flyers Complete Western Canada Sweep with win over Canucks"
The Union went into Vancouver know they were going to play a team who was already in form. Their win over New York Red Bulls in the quarterfinals of the CONCACAF Champions league showed their power. 16-year-old, Alphonso Davies, added to the list of prominent attackers Vancouver had from last season. Adding ex-Sounder Freddy Montero, […]Read more "Union’s point on the road in frigid Vancouver was an important one"
Jim Curtin addressed the media yesterday ahead of the first game day of the season. Here’s an analysis Union Presser: week 1 Vancouver. Let’s get right to it with Jim’s opening statement. Jim stated that the team is anxious to get 2017 underway. the pieces have come together and everyone is eager to get the […]Read more "Weekly Union Presser analysis: week 1 Vancouver"
The 2017 season openers have been announced for every MLS team. The Union have their first two games released by the league. The 2017 Union season opens at Vancouver, and then returns home the next week vs Toronto. Lets take a look at the Union’s first two opponents. OFFICIAL: Union host Toronto FC in 2017 home […]Read more "Previewing Union’s first two MLS opponents of 2017"
It seems as though the Eagles have a completely clean bill of health coming off of their early Bye-week, but the same can’t be said for their opponent this Sunday. ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported earlier today that the Detroit Lions are expected to be without both DE Ziggy Ansah and TE Eric Ebron. #Lions TE […]Read more "Report: Detroit Lions could be without two key players against Eagles"
Nelson Agholor’s NFL career so far has been bumpy to say the least. From a vastly underwhelming rookie season (although that could be due to Chip Kelly refusing to get him more targets), to a troubled offseason that was filled with off-the-field controversy and a Summer of uncertainty with the Eagles receiver corps ever-changing. But […]Read more "All-22 review: Is Nelson Agholor in danger of sliding down Eagles depth chart?"
Last night, two Sixers teammates made their presence known at the Olympic games. There’s been plenty of excitement surrounding the former 2014 first-round pick Dario Saric and experienced Point Guard Sergio Rodriguez..but last night they were on opposing teams in a thrilling contest. Croatia eventually went on to upset Spain, winning 72-70. But how did the Sixers […]Read more "Grading the Olympic performances of Dario Saric and Sergio Rodriguez: Game one"
Wednesday night at 9:30 PM EST, The Philadelphia Union traded Sebastien Le Toux to the Colorado Rapids for Allocation money. This deal appeared happened real fast for Union fans, on a day that had previously been filled with the joy of welcoming US mens national team player Alejandro Bedoya. At 9:00 PM EST, there were […]Read more "Merci beaucoup Sebastien Le Toux"
Going into the third period, the score was tied at 1-1. The Flyers, in a very tight game had every chance of walking away with two points or at least sending it to overtime. But all it took was a minimal 17 seconds to dash any hopes of that thought coming true. Alex Edler played […]Read more "Third Period collapse for Flyers in Vancouver"
After last nights disappointing OT loss to the Senators, I think it’s fair to say most Philly fans could use a pick me up. Vancouver Pop Punk band “The Hextalls” (named after big sexy himself) have released a song titled “Who’s the #1 cop?” There’s only one man who this song could be about..and that […]Read more "What happens when a band named after “big sexy” make a parody song?"