Found February 20, 2013 on Buzz On Broad:
                                                        Image courtesy of SB Nation Tonight the boys in orange and black return to the ice to face their favorite rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins. With trade rumors swirling around Philadelphia sports in the past few days, things could be heating up. The rumor between the Flyers and Colorado involving Sean Couturier and Ryan O'Reilly can essentially be put to rest. This rumor was incredibly detailed by the Orange and Black pack. They touched on everything imaginable. (Orange and Black Pack) After a scary incident involving Flyers prospect Brandon Manning, the AHL rescheduled the postponed game. (Flyers Faithful) Various reports are coming out that the Penguin's ice surface is awful this season. Let's hope this doesn't impact the game, at least not on our end. (Broad Street Hockey) The Flyers return home on Thursday night as they face the Florida Panthers. Don't miss out, buy Flyers tickets here! In case you missed it, the Sixers signed guard Jeremy Pargo for the remainder of the season. (Total Sports Live) The Phillies are reportedly, aggressively trying to obtain the Miami Marlins slugger, Giancarlo Stanton. (Phielder's Choice) Federal Donuts, yes that's right, Federal Donuts will be in Citizens Bank Park this season. (Buzz on Broad) And last but certainly not least, an Andrew Bynum update. Bynum strongly believes he will play this season. Whether you believe it or now, we will just have to wait and see. (Liberty Ballers)
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