The Flyers look to continue their recent run of strong play on Thursday night as they welcome the Buffalo Sabres to South Philadelphia.
The Flyers will try to get back on the winning track Friday night as they host the Washington Capitals.
The Phillies finished what was expected to be a promising season losing 89 games and finishing 23 games behind first-place Atlanta. The Eagles were just throttled by the Denver Broncos, giving up the most points in a game since 1972, and don’t seem to be heading toward the post-season (though the NFC East could make it interesting). We know what the Sixers will bring and the theme of their season—losing on their way to [Andrew] Wiggins.
If you drew up a plan back in August for how the Division II West Chester Golden Rams would like the 2013 season to start, it probably would look quite similar to what has actually transpired so far.
The Phillies will look to win their series against the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night as they play the rubber game of the three-game set.
After a rough couple of matches on the road last week, the Philadelphia Union will be back home on Friday night to host Chivas USA.
After snapping Pittsburgh’s nine-game winning streak on Tuesday night, the Phillies will look to make it two straight victories over the Pirates on Wednesday night.
The ten-game road trip continues for the Phillies on Tuesday night as they play another game in San Diego.
After an ugly weekend at Citizens Bank park that saw them lose two out of three (and blow a six-run lead in the game they did win) to the Mets, the Phillies are now on the road for a ten-game road trip that begins Monday night in San Diego.
The Philadelphia Soul will look to get back over .500 on Saturday night as they welcome the New Orleans VooDoo to South Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Union will play a key match on Saturday night as they visit the Montreal Impact.
The Phillies have a chance to make up ground in the NL East race in a weekend series against the Nationals.
The Phillies will look for an improved performance against the Indians on Tuesday night as they open a two-game, interleague series with Cleveland at Citizens Bank Park.
The Philadelphia Soul will try once again to win their first home game of the season on Saturday night as they welcome the Pittsburgh Power to South Philadelphia.
After a disastrous Sunday at Citizens Bank Park which saw them lose to a bad Miami team 14-2 and learn that starter Roy Halladay is dealing with shoulder discomfort, the Phillies are now in San Francisco to open a seven-game road trip with the first of three against the Giants.