Geoff was a victim of sports neglect as a child so he had discover his love for the Flyers and Phillies on the streets. He has been writing for Broad Street Hockey since 2009 and is not afraid to admit his crush on Brian Boucher or former President James K Polk. Geoff is currently a student at Drexel Law and plans on making a career suing Ranger fans for just, ya know... being Ranger fans.
The NHL needs a luxury tax, not a salary cap
The recent 50/50 split of HRR proposal sounds good, but it's just another example of why a luxury tax is preferable to a salary cap.
Report: Comcast subsidiary to manage Toronto arena
According to the National Post, a new arena in Toronto will, if approved, be managed and operated by Global Spectrum, a subsidiary of Comcast Spectacor.
Nikolay Zherdev dangles in the KHL
Playing for Atlant of the KHL, Nikolay Zherdev with an early goal of the year candidate on this play.
Philadelphia Flyers Send 26 Players to Phantoms Ahead of Lockout
Sean Couturier, Brayden Schenn and Erik Gustafsson were among the 26 players sent to the Adirondack Phantoms ahead of Saturday's NHL lockout.
Danny Briere: Fighting Over Which Myth Becomes Legend
Is Danny Briere a clutch playoff performer or a defensive liability that hurts his team more than he helps? Both. Neither.
Claude Giroux and the Supposed Need to Escape from Richards and Carter's Shadows
Claude Giroux had a breakout year without Mike Richards and Jeff Carter, leading Ian Laperriere to say one doesn't happen without the other. The problem is that Giroux had a breakout year with Richards and Carter still here last year.
Why The Philadelphia Flyers Quiet Offseason Is a Welcome Change of Pace
The Flyers ended their past two seasons on very similar terms, with very different reactions. The calm of this off season could have been used last summer.
Zone Entries Pinpoint Flyers Problems Against Devils to Offensive Zone
Using zone entries, it is apparent that the Flyers problem against New Jersey was their play in the offensive zone, especially the play of their top line.