Steve Mason will not dress for game three against the Rangers.
After losing to the Rangers 4-1 in game one, the Flyers bounced back in a huge way getting a 4-2 win and evening the series on Sunday afternoon.
Mason took part in a goalie practice Friday at New York’s Chelsea Piers and said afterward that he is feeling better than he did a few days earlier. He has set his sights on playing Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
For the first time in a long time, the team Brett Brown is coaching will not take part in the playoffs.
It was his third career NHL hockey game and first career Stanley Cup playoff game. It was in Madison Square Garden against the rivaled New York Rangers, an “original six” team. He is 23 years old. The pressure was enormous.
Defenseman Andrew MacDonald had given the Flyers a 1-0 lead in the first, but the Rangers answered with Mats Zuccarello’s goal.
The Flyers open the 2014 Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight in Madison Square Garden against the New York Rangers. Here are the best playoff goals in Flyers history, to get you pumped for tonight’s game.
The Flyers announced that Steve Mason will miss game one of the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Thursday night against the Rangers.
The two teams in the Super Bowl were determined on Sunday, but that wasn’t the top story Monday morning.
The San Francisco 49ers will visit the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday in the NFC Championship game. These two teams are NFC West rivals and most agree, two similarly built and evenly matched squads.
Chip Kelly spoke about the disappointment of the Eagles’ 26-24 NFC wildcard loss to the Saints, the progress the team made from last year, and the lessons he learned in his first season as a head coach in the NFL during his postmortem of the 2013 season.
The last thing anyone expected out of the 2013 Eagles season was a storybook performance from Nick Foles.
At times, it seemed like the Eagles were a team of destiny. A lucky bounce here and there, a convenient injury to an opponent, the top rated passer in the NFL, and the leading rusher.
There are some trends in the NFL that make sense, even when they don’t always come true. The Saints having trouble on the road, in the cold, makes some sense. West coast teams having trouble when they fly to the East Coast for a 1pm game, makes some sense.
Andy Reid’s first season in Kansas City as head coach of the Chiefs started with a bang, and ended with a thud.