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Philadelphia Flyers: 10 Reasons Why They Will Win the Stanley Cup

January 26th, 2011
So far, everything has gone the Philadelphia Flyers' way in the 2010-2011 NHL season. For a good portion of the year, they've been atop the Eastern Conference and even the NHL, where they presently sit heading into the All-Star break.The Flyers have the deepest team in the NHL and have ...

NHL Power Rankings: Alexander Ovechkin And The Top 12 Captains In The NHL

January 17th, 2011
The NHL is the one league that has actual captains.  You know, ones that physically wear the patented "C" on their jersey.  Throughout NHL history, these men have been a multitude of different players.  Some have been defensemen, others forwards and even goalies as we've seen with Roberto Luongo.The captain ...

Carmelo Anthony Trade Rumors: 10 Teams That Could Use Melo in the Summer of 2011

January 16th, 2011
Carmelo Anthony is one of the top players in the NBA.  As of late, he's become the most desired player in the league.  A slew of teams have inquired about Melo, including the New York Knicks and New Jersey Nets. Clearly, Melo wants out of Denver.  Even the fans seem to be ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Why Chris Pronger Doesn’t Need To Rush Back From His Injury

January 13th, 2011
The Philadelphia Flyers are about ready to take fans on another run. Could this journey end the same way or differently? That's a question that's in everyone's minds at the moment, with only the Flyers capable of answering it over the next several months. They've overcome their injuries but the core ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Why They’re the Deepest Team in the NHL

January 7th, 2011
The Philadelphia Flyers are in fact the deepest team in hockey.  They boast four scoring lines and have play solid defensive hockey all season.  There are so many ways that this team can beat you and they oftentimes carry that out.  So far, they've done so 25 times and are ...

NBA Trade Rumors: Will the Philadelphia 76ers Trade Andre Iguodala?

December 30th, 2010
It's been clear throughout this season that Andre Iguodala no longer wants to be a Philadelphia 76er.  Both Iguodala and the 76ers are moving in different directions and aren't included in one another's future plans.  The 76ers have been trying to rid of Iguodala for quite some time but have ...

Kobe Bryant: A Trip Through the Basketball Shoes of the Black Mamba

December 27th, 2010
Kobe Bryant is one of the most fascinating athletes that the NBA has ever seen. As a Los Angeles Laker, Bryant has done it all and then some.He will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest players in NBA history. With five NBA titles, 12 All-Star appearances, a gold ...

Philadelphia Flyers: Goalie Controversy Between Brian Boucher, Sergei Bobrovsky

December 15th, 2010
Controversy, Philadelphia, what else is new?  This time, it stars goalies Brian Boucher and Sergei Bobrosvky. In the early going, "Bob" looked to be running away with the starting job.  He has been sensational and proves that the Flyers have a bright future in net.  His play throughout the first few ...

Penguins vs. Flyers: Philadelphia Prepares for Showdown with Pittsburgh

December 12th, 2010
The Philadelphia Flyers and Pittsburgh Penguins are among the most bitter of rivals in the NHL.   This "Battle of Pennsylvania" has a much deeper meaning than just plain bragging rights.  With (at least temporary) Atlantic Division supremacy on the line on Tuesday night, things are sure to escalate.  The Flyers and ...

NHL: The 12 Greatest Philadelphia Flyers Of All-Time

December 10th, 2010
The Philadelphia Flyers have been synonymous with "hatred" during their 44 years in the NHL.  Hated by their opponents and the rest of the hockey world besides their loyal Broad Streeters.  They've seen many greats pass through the organization during their history.  Because of players like Bobby Clarke, Bernie Parent and countless ...