Rick Santorum’s Last Stand?

Plus: Mayor Nutter tries to "Connect Philly," the Flyers beat the Sabres and draw the Pens, the former Archdiocese CFO charged with stealing $900K doesn't want to inconvenience anyone, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today.

Santorum’s Bleak Last Stand. In case you hadn’t already heard, Rick Santorum is trailing Mitt Romney as we approach the Pennsylvania primary. Some are calling the primary in Santorum’s home state his last stand. [L.A. Times]

Mayor Nutter Launches “Connect Philly.” The new program helps city residents track down free WiFi on their mobile devices. [CBS 3]

Flyers to Face Pens In Pittsburgh. Last night, a late goal from Matt Read lifted the Flyers to a 2-1 victory and officially eliminated the Buffalo Sabres from playoff contention. The Penguins also found the win column last night, meaning Philly and Pittsburgh will face off in the first round of the playoffs and that the Pens secured home-ice advantage. [The 700 Level]

Former Archdiocese CFO to Face Trial. The former CFO of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia faces charges of theft after she allegedly bilked the church to the tune of $900,000. Yesterday, she waived her right to a preliminary hearing so as not to inconvenience any members of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia during Holy Week. [Philly.com]

Justice Sotomayor at Penn. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor spoke to Penn law students yesterday and told them about her career, while giving them advise for their future. Justice Sotomayor heavily stressed the value in clerking for a judge and said she regretted not doing so herself after earning her law degree. [Inquirer]

Tropicana Employees Protest for New Contract. Contract negotiations came to a halt after the last offer from the Trop to its employees. The divisive issue is pension contribution. [6 ABC]

Delaware Sex Offender Missing. State police in Delaware are on the hunt for a 36-year-old sex offender who did not register by his deadline and has since gone missing. [NBC Philadelphia]