Hockey Invades the Bank

For one week, Citizens Bank Park was turned into a Winter Wonderland filled with hockey action. The action featured Philadelphia hockey in it’s most beautiful and elegant form, which was in front of 45,000-plus diehard Flyers fans for the whole world to see. The past week was the fifth annual NHL Bridgestone Winter Classic. For … Continue reading Hockey Invades the Bank

Winter Classic today at 3:00

Phillies fans, if you really want to see Citizens Bank Park filled with your fellow¬†brethren, check out NBC today at 3 PM. The Philadelphia Flyers and New York Rangers will turn one of America’s most beautiful baseball parks into an outdoor hockey barn for one day. The Classic will showcase Philadelphia as a fervent hockey … Continue reading Winter Classic today at 3:00

NHL officially announces Winter Classic at CBP

Over the next couple of weeks, “Team to Beat” will be talking just a little bit of hockey. With posts on the Winter Classic coming up soon from writer Dan MacNeal and newly added contributor Alicia Sprenkle, there obvious buzz around the 2012 Winter Classic is going to be made apparent this year. As most … Continue reading NHL officially announces Winter Classic at CBP

CBP to host NHL’s Winter Classic

The National Hockey League is bringing the Winter Classic to Philadelphia. Playing in their second Winter Classic in three years, the Philadelphia Flyers will host the New York Rangers on January 2, 2012 at Citizens Bank Park according to league officials. With the National Football League schedule showing games on January 1, the annual date … Continue reading CBP to host NHL’s Winter Classic

Congratulations Philadelphia Flyers

Though the color red runs through my veins (metaphorically and literally) there has always been orange and black mixed in there as well. Last night’s game brought out something in me that I haven’t felt in so long. It brought out the blood-thirsty, Cup-starving Flyers fan that was shaking with rage after seeing yet another … Continue reading Congratulations Philadelphia Flyers