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08-09-2011, 09:23 AM
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Camp (“Rookie Game” scrimmage vs. Washington, Thursday, September 15)

Hey guys just wondering when camp starts and if there is a rookie camp separate from the prospect camp held a few weeks ago? Im tired of waiting let the season start!!


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http://flyers.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=587009

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The Philadelphia Flyers announced today that they will host the Washington Capitals in a preseason “Rookie Game” scrimmage on Thursday, September 15. The Rookie Game, presented by Smoothie King, will take place at the Wells Fargo Center at 5 PM.

The game will mark the conclusion of a Flyers rookie and prospect camp held prior to the main Flyers camp, which begins with on-ice workouts on September 17. Prospects scheduled to participate in the camp and game include recently-acquired center Brayden Schenn, 2011 eighth-overall pick Sean Couturier; fellow 2011 draft picks Nick Cousins, Colin Suellentrop, Marcel Noebels and Derek Mathers; as well as Jason Akeson, Oliver Lauridsen and Zac Rinaldo.
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The Rookie Game, presented by Smoothie King, will be open to the public and tickets will be free of charge. Flyers fans are invited to come to the Wells Fargo Center for an up-close look at the potential Flyers of tomorrow. Information will be released at a later date on how fans can pick up their tickets to the game.

Flyers fans will also be able to watch the game live via webcast from the Wells Fargo Center on PhiladelphiaFlyers.com, with the Flyers broadcast team calling the play-by-play action.


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Free keg party at the Pavillion afterwards with the players...bring your cameras and Panaccio..oh and Carchidi

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The part about Smoothie King sponsoring the event made me think of Boucher's slurpee machine. I wonder if he took it with him?

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The part about Smoothie King sponsoring the event made me think of Boucher's slurpee machine. I wonder if he took it with him?
I think McCrossin holds the rights.

Anyway, too early in the season for bashed Coke machine references.

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I assume McCrossin designed the slurpee machine with a roll cage and airbags to protect it from Lavi.

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I assume McCrossin designed the slurpee machine with a roll cage and airbags to protect it from Lavi.
"Okay guys, who spiked the slurpee machine this year? It's just not funny anymore."

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I assume McCrossin designed the slurpee machine with a roll cage and airbags to protect it from Lavi.
During Game 5 of the playoffs series against Quebec, Mike Keenan gently cleared a table filled with beverages then stood on top and said a naughty thing or two to the players.

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