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Flyers Annouce Captain Chris Pronger Will Be Out Indefinitely; Schenn Sidelined Too

It started out as a mysterious virus. That virus turned into a knee surgery somehow, and has now morphed into concussion-like symptoms. Philadelphia Flyers General Manager Paul Holmgren announced today the the Flyers' Captain, Chris Pronger, will be out of action indefinitely. Chris Pronger has already been sidelined for the... Continue reading "Flyers Annouce Captain Chris Pronger Will Be Out Indefinitely; Schenn Sidelined Too" »

REPORTS: Phillies and Jonathan Papelbon Agree to Deal

According to multiple outlets, the Philadelphia Phillies and Closer Jonathan Papelbon, formerly of the Boston Red Sox, have come to an agreement on a 4-year $50 million contract. Earlier in the week, there were rumors that the Phillies had re-signed their own free agent closer, Ryan Madson. However, a report... Continue reading "REPORTS: Phillies and Jonathan Papelbon Agree to Deal" »

For Eagles, Starting Tonight Every Game is a Must Win

For the 3-4 Philadelphia Eagles, tonight's matchup with the 4-3 Chicago Bears is more than a chance to get back to .500, it's a pivotal game that could make or break their season. Eagles fans at this point are well aware and well versed on the Birds' 1-4 start. A... Continue reading "For Eagles, Starting Tonight Every Game is a Must Win" »

REPORT: Jim Thome Returns to Philly

Todd Zolecki of MLB.com is reporting that the Philadelphia Phillies have agreed to a 1-year contract with former slugger Jim Thome. Jim Thome really kicked off this period of success in Philadelphia baseball when he signed with the Phillies as a free agent in 2003. It was the first time... Continue reading "REPORT: Jim Thome Returns to Philly" »

Shady McCoy and O Line Pick Up Awards for Eagles

The Philadelphia Eagles played their best game of this season by far on Sunday night, dismantling the Dallas Cowboys by a final score of 34-7. There were two big factors that helped the Eagles gain their second straight victory after a disastrous 1-4 start: LeSean "Shady" McCoy and the Eagles... Continue reading "Shady McCoy and O Line Pick Up Awards for Eagles" »

Did Asante Samuel’s Outburst Save the Philadelphia Eagles Season?

A lot of people saw Asante Samuel‘s comments early last week as a potential distraction for a Philadelphia Eagles team that was heading into a must-win game against a bitter division rival. The truth is that the situation Asante Samuel created may not have been the ideal for a struggling... Continue reading "Did Asante Samuel’s Outburst Save the Philadelphia Eagles Season?" »

The Flyers Continue To Struggle Defensively & In the Net

I have watched back-to-back games that were complete and total crap. I’m not going to sit here and tell you that I expect the Philadelphia Flyers to come out and win every game, that would be unreasonable and insane. At this point, I’d settle for some consistency. So far, this... Continue reading "The Flyers Continue To Struggle Defensively & In the Net" »

Rooting for Jaromir Jagr? One Flyers Fan's Struggle

I have found myself in very unfamiliar territory over the past week or so. On more than one occasion I have have cheered on Jaromir Jagr, and that is something I never thought I'd have to worry about. Since the NHL season started (7 games ago) Jagr has not scored... Continue reading "Rooting for Jaromir Jagr? One Flyers Fan's Struggle" »

Flyers May Have the Cure for Philly's Sports Hangover

What does a Philadelphia sports fan have to do these days? The Philadelphia Phillies set a city up with the greatest of expectations and then let them fall flat on their faces. The Philadelphia Eagles have done something similar, though some believe that they can still turn it around before... Continue reading "Flyers May Have the Cure for Philly's Sports Hangover" »

Tonight's Flyers - Kings Matchup Is a Battle With the Past

The Philadelphia Flyers will square off against the Los Angeles Kings tonight in an early season hockey clash. Tonight doesn't just represent an opportunity for the Flyers to go 4-0 to start a season for the 1st time since 1995, it is also a battle against the past of the... Continue reading "Tonight's Flyers - Kings Matchup Is a Battle With the Past" »

Philadelphia Phillies' Future Filled With Questions

This one hurt even more. A year ago, when the Philadelphia Phillies were outpitched and outperformed by the San Francisco Giants in the NLCS, it felt like the team had simply met the wrong opponent at the wrong time. Perhaps they had chosen the wrong time to slump at the... Continue reading "Philadelphia Phillies' Future Filled With Questions" »

Philadelphia Flyers and Ilya Bryzgalov Off To Solid Start

It may only be one game that is in the books in this young NHL season, but it was certainly refreshing this evening to watch the Philadelphia Flyers play in front of a real goaltender. Ilya Bryzgalov picked up his first win in the orange and black, as the Philadelphia... Continue reading "Philadelphia Flyers and Ilya Bryzgalov Off To Solid Start" »

The Phillies May Be In A Corner, But All Is Far From Lost

I know that the Philadelphia Phillies have put themselves in a delicate position in the NLDS by coughing up Sunday’s Game 2 to the Cardinals, but I’m not quite ready to throw in the towel on them. The Philadelphia Phillies were the best team in baseball this year, and there... Continue reading "The Phillies May Be In A Corner, But All Is Far From Lost" »

Michael Vick is a Commodity the NFL Should Protect

Michael Vick is a commodity in the National Football League. Between jersey sales and television ratings, Michael Vick is a business all by himself. Why then, would the NFL and its officials be so foolish to not protect their investment? Michael Vick had some choice comments for the NFL's officials... Continue reading "Michael Vick is a Commodity the NFL Should Protect" »

Flyers' Wayne Simmonds Issues Statement About Banana Peel Incident

The Philadelphia Flyers faced off against the Detroit Red Wings in an exhibition game last night in London Ontario, Canada. For the Flyers, it was their third straight night playing a preseason game. The Flyers wound up losing the game in shootout by a final score of 4-3, however, it... Continue reading "Flyers' Wayne Simmonds Issues Statement About Banana Peel Incident" »
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