Pat Quinn coaching the Flyers alumni in 2012.  photo courtesy of phillymag.com

Former Flyers Coach Pat Quinn passes away

Former Flyers head coach Pat Quinn passed away yesterday at the age of 71.  Quinn coached the Flyers from 1979-1982 and took them to the Stanley Cup in 1980.  He passed away on Sunday night after a lengthy illness. During the 1979-80 season, Quinn led the Flyers on an NHL record 35 game unbeaten streak […]

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Phillies sign Chris Nelson to minors deal

The Phillies on Saturday signed utility infielder Chris Nelson to a minor league deal. The 29-year-old infielder played for the Padres in 2014. With San Diego, he had a slash line of .233/.296/.274. In 73 at bats, he drove in 7 runs. Nelson, a first round draft pick by the Rockies, has played in the Rockies, […]

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Are Phillies landing Tomas?

Will they or won’t they? It seems as though every morning when we check twitter, read the MLB insiders’ most recent articles or turn on sports radio, Yamany Tomas is going to a different team. You see, the MLB Hot Stove season is definitely not good for your blood pressure. I’m not a doctor and […]

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Eagles Week 12 Notes and Observations: Ho Hum…We Want Dallas

Notes & Observations: Eagles 43, Titans 24 The Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Tennessee Titans on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field, 43-24. The Eagles advanced to 8-3 on the 2014 NFL Season. Up next for Philadelphia is an away game on Thanksgiving against the Dallas Cowboys. The Eagles are the first NFL team ever to win […]

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Top 5 Players in Big 5 History

The Big 5 is the most unique group of teams in the NCAA.  There’s nothing like having a cross town rival in 5 different gyms, at 5 different universities. Villanova, Temple, La Salle, St. Joseph’s, and Penn make up the 5 teams in the unofficial Big 5 athletics group. The Robert V. Geasey Trophy is […]

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