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Could Momentum Loss Be Flyers’ Gain?

The Stanley Cup Atlantic Division Semifinal series between the New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers has been scheduled differently from most other playoff series in order to accommodate two Sunday afternoon games (guaranteed now that the series will last at least five games). The schedule has been set this way so the NHL can televise […]
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The Dodgers spoil Cole Hamels’ return, as the Phils lose to the Dodgers, 5-3.

Cole Hamels’ return is spoiled by the Dodgers, as the Phils lose to LA, 5-2. The Dodgers took the lead in the bottom of the second as, with runners on the corners, and with nobody out, Juan Uribe hits a sacrifice fly to right, knocking in Matt Kemp, who had started the inning off with […]
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The Phils take advantage of a Dodgers error in the top of the tenth to win in extra-innings, 3-2.

The Phils win in extra-innings thanks to a Dodgers’ error in the top of the tenth, as they defeat LA, 3-2. The Phils break up a o-o tie in the top of the fifth as, with two men on, and with one man out, Marlon Byrd hits an RBI double, knocking in A.J. Burnett, with […]
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Flyers Find Solving Rangers Difficult on Home Ice

Before last night’s Game 3 of the Stanley Cup Atlantic Division Semifinals between the host Philadelphia Flyers and visiting New York Rangers, there was talk from Flyers’ head coach Craig Berube that he was going to shuffle his lines a bit. Now that is something I cannot recall hearing a coach do after a win […]
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Hudson Hockey – April 22, 2014

John Pedersen and Bret Leuthner talk about the rash of poor decisions in the Stanley Cup Playoffs as well as give their thoughts on how the series have gone thus far. Hudson Hockey April 22
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The offense gives Cliff Lee some much needed runs support as the Phils four hits the Dodgers, 7-0.

The Phils’ offense supports a four hit performance by Cliff Lee, as they blank the Dodgers, 7-0. The Phils took the lead in the top of the first as, with two men on, and with one man out, Carlos Ruiz hits a two-run double, scoring Tony Gwynn, Jr., who had started the game off with […]
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The Phils’ bats finally come alive, before they hold on to defeat the Rockies, 10-9.

The Phils’ bats wake up before they end up winning a slugfest with the Rockies, defeating Colorado, 10-9. The Phils took the lead in the top of the first as, with one man out, Jimmy Rollins hits a solo home run, his third home run of the season, giving the Phils a 1-0 lead. The […]
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Flyers Overcome Adversity Once More

The Philadelphia Flyers were already counted out by some fans of both Philadelphia and New York after dropping Game 1 of the Atlantic Division Semifinals to the New York Rangers. However, the Flyers overcame an early 2-0 deficit to the Rangers in Game 2 to win, 4-2, and even their series at 1 game apiece. The Flyers […]
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Flyers Jason Akeson Gets First Playoff Goal

Flyers Rookie Center Jason Akeson who is so new to the team that they still do not have his picture on their website. What does matter is that he got his first playoff goal while playing only about 9 minutes in Game #2.  This is huge for the kids given his bad luck in Game […]
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Phillies Avoid Colorado Sweep Await Hamels Return

Phillies star pitcher Cole Hamels is set to make his season debut on Wednesday in Los Angeles.  This has to be the moment that Philles start to turn their season around.  It give them 2 stud pitchers in the rotation who should start to go further into the games which will assist the struggling bullpen […]
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Flyers Even Rangers Series – Goal-tending Dilemma Looms

The Flyers broke their 3 year drought in Madison Square Garden with a solid last 50 minutes of hockey.  They won the game 4-2 and knotted the series at 1-1. This is huge for the Flyers who now know that they ‘can’ win in New York and have taken home ice away from the Rangers. […]
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White Sox hammer Rangers in series finale

Today’s game was pretty much the polar opposite of Friday’s game.  Instead of being on the giving end of an offensive show, the Rangers were on the receiving end.  I watched the game with my parents, who are Cubs fans first and foremost and Rangers fans second (only because of me), so they had to […]
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The Phils offensive woes continue as they lose the series to the Rockies, 3-1.

As the offensive continue to be punchless, the Phils loses another series, as they lose to the Rockies, 3-1. The Rockies took the lead in the bottom of the third as, with a runner on first, and with one man out, D. J. LeMahieu hits a single to left center field, which sends Nolan Arenado, […]
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Colby Lewis finds the win column

After missing the series finale with the Mariners (silly work) and last night’s offensive show (at a George Strait concert), I was delighted to learn that tonight’s game would be on WGN.  And that’s a channel I actually get on my basic cable offerings.  The only downside was that I had the Chicago broadcast team, […]
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Holey Thursday: Flyers Answer the Questions Poorly

After Game 1 of the Atlantic Division Quarterfinal series between the Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers ended last night with a 4-1 Rangers victory, Flyers fans are left with more questions to go along with answers they do not like to questions that they already had. On Holy Thursday 2014, the Rangers feasted on their own […]
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The Phils outlast the Braves in their second straight pitchers’ duel, as the pitching staff blank Atlanta, 1-0.

The Phils outlasted the Braves in the two team’s second straight pitchers’ duel, as they defeat Atlanta, 1-0. The Phils and the Braves would be unable to score for the first seven innings, as both starters would pitch well, with Phils’ starter A.J. Burnett staying out of trouble, as he gave up just three hits, […]
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7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Phils end up on the wrong side of a complete game pitchers’ duel as they lose to the Braves, 1-0.

The Phils are shutout in an old-fashioned pitchers’ duel, as they drop their second straight game to the Braves, 1-0. The Braves took the lead in the top of the fourth as, with nobody out, Evan Gattis hits a lead-off home run, his fourth home run of the season, and his third in two games, […]
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Kouzmanoff sparks the rally for the walk-off

Walk-offs never get old, but they never cease to be stressful either. With Yu Darvish and Felix Hernandez facing off, I was ready for a pitchers’ duel tonight — low scoring with lots of strikeouts.  Well … it was pretty low scoring and there were lots of strikeouts (17 between the two pitchers), but I’m […]
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The real reason the 1935 Boston Braves were so bad

1935 in Boston Braves history will be remembered as the year that Babe Ruth returned to Boston and played his final season of his career. Babe was signed with the hopes that he would live his dream to become a MLB manager. That never transpired and the team finished with a 38-115 record, good for […]
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Questioning the Flyers – Postseason Edition

The Philadelphia Flyers begin their 2014 Stanley Cup Playoff run this Thursday in Game 1 hosted by the New York Rangers. There has been quite a bit of news the past few days regarding the Flyers, so let’s get to it: Did the Flyers overpay to keep defenseman Andrew MacDonald? He was signed Tuesday to […]
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Flyers Rangers – It Does Not Get Better!

MTR = My Team Rivals It’s why we are here it’s why we love sports. Let’s face it these teams do not like one another. This will make for great playoff hockey as this is the best series of the opening round.  Two teams that have shown that on any given night they can beat […]
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Flyers 2014 – Can they make a run at Stanley?

The “final” NHL season starts for the Flyers on Thursday Night versus the long time rival New York Rangers. Can they get passed the Rangers and move on? Sure, but what then? The Flyers would really have to turn up their game as they would probably play Pittsburgh. I am not afraid of Pittsburgh. Boston […]
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Fielder finally homers, Ross has a killer outing

Finally!!! Finally … I got to catch (most of) a Robbie Ross Jr. outing. Finally … Prince Fielder hit his first home run of the season. Finally … the Rangers offense looked decent. Finally … I watched a game without hating the bullpen. I was a bit late getting home from an event, so I […]
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

The Phils have just announced…

that tonight’s game with the Braves has been postponed because of the continuing rain, and will not be made up this week, thus turning a four-game series into a three-game series. The rain should give the bullpen a full day of rest, thus allowing them to be up to full strength for the rest of […]
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The bullpen lets the Phils down after the offense rallies in the bottom of the eighth, as the Phils lose to the Braves, 9-6.

An eighth inning rally is wasted by the bullpen as it couldn’t hold onto the lead in the top of the ninth, as the Phils lose to the Braves, 9-6. The Phils took the lead in the bottom of the second as, with nobody out, Ryan Howard hits a lead-off home run, his third home […]
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