Sunday, March 24, 2013
Jakub Voracek will be doing his first-ever official autograph signing session for fans starting at 6 p.m.
Flyers Right Wing Jakub Voracek will be in Havertown to sign autographs Monday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. The 23-year-old Flyer will be meeting fans at Carl's Cards and Collectibes. According to the store's website this will be the first official autograph signing session of his career. Tickets are $25 and Voracek will sign any item ticket holders bring to the shop or buy on site.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013
You can meet him and get autographs on Friday night.
Philadelphia Flyers Center Zac Rinaldo is coming to town to meet fans and sign autogrpahs. According to an event announcement on Haverford-Havertown Patch Rinaldo will be at Nineteen 19 Bar & Grill, 1254 West Chester Pike, Havertown, PA from 7-8:30 p.m. on Friday. Autographs are $20 each and there will be Flyers souvenier items available for sale at the event that you can have Rinaldo sign. Read the full event posting on Haverford Patch.
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Roster movements for Phillies, possible new coach for Eagles and maybe Andrew Bynum return for Sixers could spark rebound.
Rebounding, not rebuilding. That is hopefully the mindset of the owners of our four Philadelphia sports franchises as their teams head into 2013. First off, who knows when the NHL will return to play any games this year, but if so, the Philadelphia Flyers will make their usualy Stanley Cup run. The Philadelphia 76ers have fought hard so far this year, sparked by the young shooters Jrue Holiday and Evan Turner. But in order to get into the playoffs and maybe over the hump, getting center Andrew Bynum on board -- even for a month or so -- just might be enough to turn this team into an elite contender. Look what Moses Malone once did. Imagine a healthy Bynum marking his territory in the middle of the floor? The Philadelphia Eagles will end …
Saturday, December 1, 2012
There are major issues with all four Philadelphia sports teams, issues that are tearing apart the fan base.
The pain just won't go away. We Philadelphia sports fans are suffering with no hope for happiness as we head into the holiday season. The Philadelphia Eagles, once a regular playoff contender, have lost seven straight games going into a Sunday night game against the rival Dallas Cowboys. The Philadelphia Phillies, after falling apart last year, have yet to pull the trigger on a major free agent signing. The Philadelphia 76ers had hoped to have a big man in its lineup that would put the team over the top. And we don't have the Orange and Black to get us back because the Philadelphia Flyers are out of action with the hockey season on strike. There's also no relief in sight. And the bad news keeps piling up. In the past week, Philly sports …