The Flyers got back on the ice for their first game since the All Star break. Brayden Schenn gave the Flyers an early 1-0 lead in the first period over the Winnipeg Jets but the Jets got one right back at the beginning of the second period. The game would go to overtime and eventually a shootout tied at 1. The Jets would score once but that's all they needed to take the 2-1 victory. More here.
The Phillies added additional depth to their bullpen yesterday with the signing of 33 year old right handed reliever, Chad Qualls. Qualls appeared in 77 games last year for the San Diego Padres. More here.
The Devils took down the Eastern Conference leading Rangers 4-3 in a shootout last night at the Prudential Center in Newark. The Devils travel to Philadelphia to play the Flyers on Saturday and the Flyers then head to New York to take on the Rangers on Sunday. More here.
Sidney Crosby might not have as serious an injury as once believed. According to reports, Crosby is suffering from a soft tissue injury in his neck that mirrors the symptoms of a concussion. If it is indeed a soft tissue injury, Crosby could be back sooner than expected. More here.
The slumping New York Knicks busted out of their slump in a big way last night as they took down the Detroit Pistons 113-86 at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks had previously lost 9 of their last 10 games before Detroit came to town. More here.
Colts injured quarterback Peyton Manning sat down with ESPN yesterday to discuss his playing future and where that might be. Peyton says he plans to play football again and "I really feel good. I continue to make progress every day. Everything that the doctors have told me has been on point, which is encouraging to me." More here.