2012 NHL Lockout and Its Far Reaching Effects

October 7, 2012

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By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange A lockout in any sport can have critical results. On September 15, 2012 the NHL collective bargaining agreement came to an end. This means an immense contract dispute, and may result in a...

Book It: Phillies Season is Over Ryan Howard Ends Season Injured… Again

October 7, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle [email protected] For the first time since the 2007 season the Phillies will not be participating in Major League Baseball’s postseason. In ‘07 the Phillies were swept out of the first rou...

Flyers Offseason Moves

September 23, 2012

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By Staff Writer, Mackenzie Mooney Our beloved Flyers have been pretty busy this summer during their offseason. Trades have been made, players have been lost, and talks of a lockout have been coming about. Beginning in late June,...

The New Kid in the Clubhouse

September 23, 2012

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By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange When it comes to talent you don’t have to look too far. All you have to do is look at the Phillies Farm system. One player in particular has stood out to the scouts. First basemen Darin...

M.L.B. News: Playoff Race Includes Two More Teams Than Last Year, and Magic Johnson Spends His Way Into the League

September 9, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle For the casual baseball fan, there was one alteration to the rules of baseball last offseason that may have been overlooked. There will now be ten teams in the playoffs instead of eight. As before,...

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September 9, 2012

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Sixers Acquire Andrew Bynum From Lakers: Future of Team Takes a Sudden Shift

September 9, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle I was born 30 years ago on August 6th of 1982, and since that time I have been a fan of both basketball and the Philadelphia 76ers. That year, behind Julius “Dr. J” Erving and bruising center...

NBA Free Agency

July 26, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle A lot has happened in the NBA since July 11, the day teams were allowed to sign free agents. Steve Nash is a now a Laker, Ray Allen is a member of the Heat, Jason Kidd is in NY wearing a Knicks...

2012 ESPY’s: Highlights and Winners

July 22, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle LeBron James no longer seems to be one of the most hated faces in sports, which he was voted in the top ten of shortly after his “decision” to take his “talents to South Beach.” After winning...

NBA Offseason: Free-Agent Moves

July 22, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle Since NBA teams have been able to sign free-agents and trade players, starting on July 11, a lot has happened. The biggest free-agent on the market, Deron Williams, is remaining in the Sixers...

Taking Stock

June 10, 2012

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With the season officially over at the hands of the Celtics, what can the Sixers take away from this season that can have them playing in June in future seasons? By Sports Columnist, Daryn Moore With two woeful daggers from Ray...

Why Carlos “Chooch” Ruiz Should Be An All-Star

June 10, 2012

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By Managing Editor, Cristina Baj The Philadelphia Phillies organization possesses one of the most celebrated pitching staffs in modern history. However, the man behind home plate, who Philadelphia Phillies fans affectionately...

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