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Monthly Archives: April 2012

Flyers top Devils. Take Game One.

The Flyers opened their series with the New Jersey Devils by fighting off rust, erasing another deficit, and overcoming suspect goaltending. Mr. Playoffs had another unforgettable showing, too.  

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2012 NBA Playoffs Recap, Days 1 & 2

The NBA Playoffs kicked off the weekend with a devastating injury to one of the league’s superstars and closed it with an unbelievable comeback that can’t be explained… but I’ll […]

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2012 NBA Playoff Picks

The NBA’s second season kicks off this weekend with back-to-back quadruple headers. Don’t miss out on what promises to be an exciting and possibly legendary postseason.  

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Classifying the NBA’s Playoff Contenders, Part 5

The NBA Playoffs are now only one day away. Although 16 teams qualified for the playoffs, they’re not all equal combatants in the NBA’s marathon postseason. Here’s the final (and […]

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Bird Feed: Poor drafts haunt Eagles defense

Is it completely insane to hope the Eagles just stop drafting defensive players?  

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Classifying the NBA’s Playoff Contenders, Part 4

The NBA Playoffs are now just days away. While 16 teams have qualified for the playoffs, they’re not all equal combatants in the NBA’s marathon postseason. Here’s the fourth group of […]

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Classifying the NBA’s Playoff Contenders, Part 3

The NBA Playoffs tip off this weekend. While 19 16 teams are currently jostling for playoff positioning, they’re not all equal combatants in the NBA’s marathon postseason. Here’s group three of our playoff classifications. […]

Classifying the NBA’s Playoff Contenders, Part 2

The NBA Playoffs tip off this weekend. While 19 17 teams are currently jostling for playoff positioning, they’re not all equal combatants in the NBA’s marathon postseason. Let’s separate them into five […]

Recap of Sunday’s NHL Playoffs

Between the Flyers ousting the Penguins, the Bruins fighting to stay alive, and the Canucks getting knocked out four rounds earlier than expected, Sunday was a busy day in the […]

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What Sunday’s Thunder-Lakers game meant to the Spurs

As a fan, it’s fun to overanalyze. Sunday’s double overtime thriller contained some interesting developments that could impact the Spurs.  

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Flyers lack of urgency leads to blowout loss in Game 4

Wednesday night’s Game 4 between the Penguins and Flyers was nearly identical to Game 3. The only difference? The teams swapped roles.  

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Classifying the NBA’s Playoff Contenders, Part 1

The NBA Playoffs tip off in ten days. While 19 teams are currently jostling for playoff positioning, they’re not all equal combatants in the NBA’s marathon postseason. Let’s separate the 19 playoff […]

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Flyers Push Penguins to Brink of Extinction

With Philadelphia jumping out to a 2-0 lead against Pittsburgh in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, Game 3 was the Penguins best chance to flip the script and steal momentum. Instead, […]

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The Worst 2012 NHL Playoff Preview You’ll Read

The NHL Playoffs started Wednesday night before I had a chance to offer my misinformed and completely amateur analysis on the postseason matchups.  

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Flyers Fight Back, Win Game One

The ramifications of blowing a three goal lead and losing in the NHL Playoffs can be catastrophic. With the Penguins reeling and surrendering home ice, the Flyers can completely take […]

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