It seemed like last night’s Flyers game against the Coyotes would be bleak.

After the Flyers jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the first, Arizona scored four straight goals to take a 4-2 lead. That included two shorthanded goals in 24 seconds by Derek Stepan and Michael Grabner. That forced Cal Pickard out of the goal in favor of Brian Elliott.

In the third, Scott Laughton scored his second goal of the night before Dale Weise, of all people, tied things up. And then in the extra session, Shayne Gostisbehere ended the comeback that shouldn’t really have been a comeback in the first place:

Another two-game winning streak for the Flyers who have won five of their last six. They have points in their last six games. Up next is a Saturday afternoon matinee at home against the Blackhawks.

The Roundup:

The Eagles are getting ready to take on Dallas Sunday night. Here was the injury report from yesterday’s practice:

Darren Sproles posted a message on his Instagram account after re-aggravating his hamstring injury.

So with him out and DeAndre Carter not on the roster, who will be returning punts?

Kevin also took a look at Dallas’ offense and defense.

After Wednesday night’s win over the Pacers, the Sixers return home tonight to host Kemba Walker and the Charlotte Hornets. Game starts at 7 PM on NBC Sports Philadelphia. They’ll also travel to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies on Saturday night.

Brett Brown asserted that Markelle Fultz is a point guard.

In an interview with Complex, Allen Iverson remembered the first time Michael Jordan spoke to him. MJ said, “What’s up, you little bitch?” So yeah.

If the Phillies decide to trade Carlos Santana, it sounds like they’re willing to eat some of his salary:

An industry source familiar with the Phillies’ thinking said the team was not in a hurry to eat salary because it would be akin to admitting that signing Santana was a mistake, but it would do so to facilitate moving Rhys Hoskins back to first base full time.

If Santana stays, the Phillies would be back in a situation where Hoskins would play left field and first base and Santana first base and third base. That is not ideal.

Santana started 16 games at third base in 2018, committing one error in 39 defensive chances. He hit .229 with a .352 on-base percentage, 24 home runs, 86 RBIs and 110 walks.

There is plenty of time before opening day to work this out, but the preference is clearly to get Hoskins to first base.

In other sports news, the Steelers torched the Panthers on Thursday Night Football.

Art Rooney II expects Le’Veon Bell to report before Tuesday’s deadline.

This is good parenting in England.

In the news, Sears and Kmart are closing 40 more stores, including some in Philly.

A judge is halting construction on the Keystone XL oil pipeline.