Say what you will about the city of brotherly love, but Philly has something that can never be questioned, the loyalty and devotion of their fans. Whether cheering on the Flyers, the Eagles, the 76ers, or even the Phillies, these fans are the loudest and proudest crowed a team could ever ask to scream their [...]
By: Joseph Daniel Ryan (Follow Joseph on Twitter @joy_ridin) With the NHL season still very much up in the air, the NHL released it’s National television schedule yesterday. As always, the Flyers will be spending a good amount of time in the national spotlight.
By: Joseph Daniel Ryan (Follow on Twitter @joy_ridin) or email: [email protected] The NHL has only 15 days to hammer out a deal between the league and its players to distinguish whether their season will start on time or not. With a work stoppage becoming more likely, several Flyers have begun to weigh other options for the [...]
I’d be lying if I said this off season has gone as planned for the Philadelphia Flyers. I’d also be lying if I said the Flyers would be opening the regular season on time with the pending lockout hanging over everything. However, until September, business must go on and the Flyers have made a move [...]
“Hi my name is Johnny Ry the Sports Guy. It has been approximately 3 years since my last Ramblings column. “ Since I left pcpsports.com and have now made my triumphant return, many things have happened. Kyle Kendrick still pitches for the Philadelphia Phillies (still mediocre), the 76ers (at least as of LAST season) are [...]
On March 4, 2009, the Philadelphia Flyers traded fan favorite Scottie Upshall (forward) and a 2011 second-round draft pick to the Phoenix Coyotes in exchange for forward Daniel Carcillo. Carcillo, who grew up a Flyers fan, amassed 254 penalty minutes while playing for Phoenix and Philly in the 2008-2009 season. No other player in the [...]
by John Ryan Well, another summer in the books and on to bigger and better things like MLB playoffs, NFL weekend kicking off, Enticing College Football match-ups, and of course the return of 90210 and Melrose Place to “The CW.” I always love Labor day weekend. It signifies the end of summer and opens up [...]
by John Ryan Well, in the time since I’ve done a “Ramblings” for pcpsports.com, the following have happened: 1.) I’ve attended a live WWE event (first since 1999) 2.) The Eagles have more players injured than Grateful Dead fans have pot 3.) The Phillies have traded for a bona fide ace 4.) Michael Jackson, Farrah [...]