Claude Giroux Named to NHL All-Star Game

Philadelphia Flyers captain Claude Giroux has been named to his seventh NHL All-Star Game. He will be a member of the Metropolitan division team captained by Washington’s Alex Ovechkin. Giroux is the only Flyers representative.

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Saturday is Gonna be a Disaster at the Soutb Philly Sports Complex

A word of advice if you’re going to the Flyers and/or Eagles game on Saturday night, bring your bourbon, grill, and patience. The Flyers and Eagles are playing at nearly the same time and there will be a ton of restrictions on parking, etc., that could make a normal tailgating/getting to the game experience more difficult.

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Provorov’s Streak Ends Due to COVID-19

Damn COVID-19!

The Flyers, like the rest of the world, are dealing with issues related to COVID-19 and it just cost defenseman Ivan Provorov his perfect attendance. Provorov, along with captain Claude Giroux, was placed on the Flyers/NHL COVID-19 protocol list.

Both will miss tonight’s game against Anaheim. For Provorov, this marks the first time in his six year career that he has missed a game.

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Philly Sports Teams

Ah, New Year’s resolutions.

Like the Mummers, it’s a mindless tradition where we try to convince ourselves that we will “be better” during the calendar year. Something like 7% of the people actually go through with their resolutions, the rest of us, we just “screw it” and forget about the gym by February 1.

It’s only fair to create New Year’s resolutions for the four major Philadelphia sports teams. What’s serious and what’s just for fun…that’s for you to decide.

Let’s get started!

Howie Roseman Vows Not to Trade the Birds’ 1st Round Picks and Will Use All of Them

In a break from character, Eagles GM Howie Roseman goes on the record that he will not trade anyone the Birds’ three first round picks. He tells the media that he will use all of them to build the team. Owner Jeffery Lurie and head coach Nick Sirianni aren’t sold and decide to lock Roseman in the broom closet during the draft.

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