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Noel Leads Sixers Past Struggling Washington

Noel Leads Sixers Past Struggling Washington

By Doug Ammon, Sixers.com The last time the Sixers and Wizards shared the same hardwood, the result was a 35-point loss for Philadelphia. On Friday night, the Sixers found redemption. With just under two minutes left in regulation, Philadelphia clung ...

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Flyers Top Capitals to Keep Playoff Hopes Alive

Report From Philadelphia Flyers * The Flyers are 8-1-4 in their last 13 games dating back to Jan. 20 vs. Pittsburgh, having gathered 20 of a possible 26 points since then. Ten of those 13 games have been one-goal games, ...

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Early Goal Dooms Flyers in Loss to Capitals

Report From Philadelphia Flyers * The Flyers lost a game 1-0 for the 41st time in their history and for the third time at the hands of the Capitals – The last time it happened at all was a 1-0 ...

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Flyers Top Caps in OT

Report From Philadelphia Flyers * The Flyers are now 10-5-3 on home ice, winning the first two of their four-game homestand. * The Flyers also continue to own the NHL’s best power play at home at nearly 30% efficiency (28.6%) ...

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With Win Over ‘Skins, Eagles are Historic at 3-0

With Win Over ‘Skins, Eagles are Historic at 3-0

By Dave Spadaro, Eagles.com The Eagles are known as a team that has the flash and the dash and the highlight-reel plays. From this point forward, after a 37-34 gut-check win over Washington, should anyone take this team’s toughness for granted. ...

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Phillies Continue Winning Ways Vs. Nats Behind Burnett

By Ben Standig, Phillies.com  WASHINGTON — If only A.J. Burnett could face the Nationals every game. Burnett allowed one run in seven innings as the Phillies posted a 3-1 win on Saturday for their fifth straight victory over Washington. Ryan ...

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Phillies Earn Dramatic Comeback Win Over Nats in DC

By Benjamin Standig, Phillies.com  WASHINGTON — Ben Revere didn’t swing like a player not known for power. The Phillies aren’t playing like a team with little at stake over the final month of the season. Facing the NL East-leading Washington Nationals, Philadelphia rallied ...

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