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Mid-days With Bob Cooney: Weekdays 10am – 2pm

Mid-days With Bob Cooney: Weekdays 10am – 2pm

PHILADELHIA - MAY 24: The Philadelphia Flyers celebrate winning Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Finals against the Montreal Canadiens during the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at Wachovia Center on May 24, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

See what Andrew Salciunas found in The Audio Vault today! Every day on The Anthony Gargano Show, Andrew pulls audio relevant to the day. Famous Birthdays, notable events from this day in history, and more. Today that included the birthday of Pelle Lindbergh, a notable moment in Muhammad Ali’s career, a memorable moment from Ted Lasso, and the last time we experienced hockey joy in Philly, when they advanced to the Stanely Cup back in 2010. See everything Andrew played in the Audio Vault below.

  • Flyers Beat Canadiens To Advance To Stanley Cup in 2010

    Remember when Hockey was fun in Philly? Well on this day in history, it was very fun. It marks the day in 2010 when the Flyers beat the Canadiens to advance to the Stanley Cup. They beat them 4-2 to close out the series in 5 games. So Andrew played the Jeff Carter goal with 20 seconds left that made it 4-2 to put the game away, and then what it sounded like when the horn sounded to seal the deal for the Flyers advancing. it was the last time the Flyers advanced past the Eastern Conference.

  • The Final TKO of Muhammad Ali's Career

    For the second entry in the Vault, Andrew went back to 1976, when Ali knocked out Richard Dunn, in what was the final Knockout in the career of Muhammad Ali

  • Happy Birthday Pelle Lindbergh

    Today would have been Pelle Lindbergh’s Birthday, had he not sadly passed away far too young. His promising career was taken away when he sadly passed away in a car accident. He was the first European Goaltender to be drafted in the NHL, and first to have real success in the league too. So Andrew played some Lindbergh highlights

  • Ted Lasso Quotes Allen Iverson

    And with Ted Lasso getting close to wrapping up, Andrew also played an iconic moment from the first season, that definitely caught the ear of many Philly fans. The time the titular character quoted the infamous Allen Iverson practice speech.

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