Al Morganti

Al Morganti

Al Morganti is a co-host on The WIP Morning Show and a nationally renowned NHL expert, providing news and analysis on the Flyers for Comcast SportsNet. Morganti’s background includes serving as a Flyers beat reporter at The Philadelphia Inquirer, a hockey analyst on ESPN and a hockey news columnist and regular contributor to SportsNet 960. He also wrote for The Boston Globe and The Atlanta Constitution. Follow him on Twitter @nufced

June 19, 2018


Al Morganti: Want to save MLB baseball? Shorten season, not games

It is simply ridiculous to think that the time of an average baseball game is too hard to endure at about three hours. In fact, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred was encouraged a few weeks ago when it was established that on average the games early this season were played in 2:59:49, a decrease of about five minutes from last season.

June 5, 2018


The NFL has allowed its league to be turned into a political football

The NFL has literally allowed its league to be turned into a political football, and Trump has been masterful at controlling the line of scrimmage.

May 23, 2018


It's OK Flyers fans, you don't have to hate the Golden Knights

Here are some words of advice for some of the people trying to figure out how the Vegas Golden Knights have earned a spot in the Stanley Cup finals – shut up and enjoy it.

May 8, 2018


A Sixers' comeback isn't impossible – and it would drive Boston fans nuts (again)

It's almost too sweet to think that after Philadelphia Eagles knocked off the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl, that another Philadelphia team could stamp a Boston team into the ground with an even more improbable victory.

April 24, 2018


No need to panic over embarrassing end to Flyers' roller coaster season

The best you can say about the Philadelphia Flyers 2018 playoff fortunes is that they were buried at home. 

April 10, 2018


Flyers will have hands full with Penguins, but here's how they can dethrone the champs

The key to the Flyers' chances against the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first-round of the Stanley Cup playoffs is a guy named Shayne Provosbehere – or is it Ivan Ghostorov?

March 27, 2018


The future has never been brighter for Philly sports fans

The new normal in Philadelphia sports is something to behold, and it stretches well beyond the geographical limits of the city and its surrounding area.

March 20, 2018


In town full of teams on the rise, Phillies out to prove they're no different

Whatever happened to the theory that once the Eagles won the Super Bowl the city was supposed to enjoy a stretch of nothing but winning and warm sunny days?

March 14, 2018


From free agency to Tiger to Philly's changing of the guards, it's a strange time to be a sports fan

It sure looks like general manager Matt Klentak has accelerated the rebuilding process after borrowing more than a few million dollars from John Middleton's cigar box and signing veteran ace Jake Arrieta to a deal that, when all is said and done, could be worth $135 million over the next five years. That's Sam Bradford money...

March 6, 2018


The stars of the Olympic Games: American women

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea have been over for more than a week, but the victory tour for the U.S. Women's Hockey team is still in full swing.

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