Dozens of Flyers fans gathered Saturday morning as the team unveiled a new statue at the sports complex, paying tribute to the Stanley Cup winning teams of the 70s.
The NHL, its teams and players have work to do to win people back after the third work stoppage in less than two decades.
On the 55th day of the NHL lockout, Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider finally had a good reason to hit the rink.
The Flyers are in trouble. They’ve lost five of their last six, and nine of their last 14.
For the first time since Allen Iverson was in his prime, there is a reason to love — or at least appreciate — the Sixers.
Developers have unveiled details about the new entertainment complex being bult on the former Spectrum site in South Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Flyers founder and owner Ed Snider will be inducted into the United States Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday.
Flyers owner Ed Snider and city and community leaders gathered Tuesday to celebrate the re-opening of a newly converted indoor ice rink in West Philadelphia.
When budget cuts were set to close three city ice rinks unless private funding could be found, Flyers chairman Ed Snider stepped in for the save.
A person familiar with the deal says the sale of the Philadelphia 76ers has been approved by the NBA Board of Governors.
The Flyers and van Riemsdyk announced the newson their Twitter feeds.
It may be mere personal opinion but I have always thought the sports halls of fame belong to the players, their personal domain. This is the season for Hall of Fame inductions and it’s possible the halls have been getting a bit crowded.
So what does the sale of the Sixers really mean? Most people are not surprised.
According to ESPN.com, the Philadelphia 76ers could be on the verge of being sold.
The Sixers matter again, and they can thank Collins for turning the fallen franchise into winners a year after they won 27 games and fired Eddie Jordan.
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