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Continued Excitement Regarding Luke Hughes Will Help to Usher in the 24th Season of the NTDP

Normally around this time of the year, we would be talking about the new group of NTDP players who would be getting ready for their new season. Luke Hughes is one of the big returning names who should land in the top ten in the 2021 NHL Draft. He’s the

STATEMENT FROM THE NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYERS’ ASSOCIATION AND NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE

NEW YORK/TORONTO (Aug. 27, 2020) – After much discussion, NHL Players believe that the best course of action would be to take a step back and not play tonight’s and tomorrow’s games as scheduled. The NHL supports the Players’ decision and will reschedule those four games beginning Saturday and adjust the

The Top Ten Most Impactful Sporting Events of My Lifetime

I retain the right to change this list someday, The New York Jets winning another Super Bowl is a fine example but that probably won’t happen. My back story is I couldn’t walk until I was five. The details aren’t important right now but it’s the reason I love sports.

Jen Lilley Has a New Album That Takes Me Back

I’m a child of the 60s, and I remember listening to a lot of standards in the back of our station wagon. Those were simpler times for me and notable actress, Jen Lilley, has a new album coming out on September 4th entitled Hindsight. Lilley got to work with world-renown writer

10 Flyers Thoughts on Game 4

The Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Montreal Canadiens 2-0, taking a three games to one series lead in their Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Series. Here are some observations. The Flyers again deployed the Michael Raffl-Nate Thompson-Tyler Pitlick line to start the game, the same unit that got the assignment in Game Three.

10 Flyers Thoughts On Game 3

The Philadelphia Flyers beat the Montreal Canadiens 1-0 to take a two games to one lead in their first-round series. Here are some observations. From puck drop, the Flyers accorded themselves better in their attention to pace and defensive comportment. They seemed to play with better spirit, as well, which