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11-25-2012, 10:37 AM
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Great seats. Really bad goal let in by MARTYYYYYYYYYY at the very end. It's like he was playing for the Flyers...


Some other great moments from the night:

-Vinny getting boo'd badly

-Bobby Ryan jumping to catch a puck and missing. Proceeds to act like he's in a canoe on the ice while using his stick to paddle

-Hartsy with an EPIC Hartnell down in the offensive zone. Looked like Bobby Orr flying through the air


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Hey that's me 2 rows in front of you in the flyers winter cap and orange hoodie!

I almost caught Hartsy's stick haha.

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11-25-2012, 11:59 AM
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was just yesterday and i already miss it

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11-25-2012, 12:11 PM
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Well that was alot of fun. The crowd was alot of fun.

The only complaint was the afterparty thing was a little misleading. Most of the players were in their own VIP area.

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11-25-2012, 01:10 PM
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marty was looking up to me in the cheap seats for answers.

clarkbar ripped the net on mr hanky

this was too cool; hockey will be back by new years

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just got home from the game. It was a lot of fun. Lot's of various NHL jerseys in the crowd. The chants "we want hockey!" were unanimous.
Lundquist was a beast...in an exhibition game.
The venue was sold out and the vendors were not prepared for that- they were sold out of beer by the second intermission.

The sadest part is that might have been Alfredson's and may be Kimo's last game. Hopefully not.
What was the split of the crowd?
I would have thought the Rangers would have 55, Devils 20, and Flyers 25 since AC is closer to the Devs base, NYers vac here, and the NY region was more affected.
But I heard it was pro Flyers like a home game. Surprised at the indifference of NY fans if true.


Name the jerseys in descending order if you can.

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11-25-2012, 01:29 PM
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It was more like:

65% Flyers
25% Rangers
5% Devils
5% Misc

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11-25-2012, 01:41 PM
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There were a lot of random jerseys. Lightning had the most of anything besides NY, NJ, and Philly. I saw Phx, TO, Mtl, NYI, Caps, WPG, CLB, Pit, and I had a family of Dallas jerseys behind me.

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11-25-2012, 01:47 PM
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Well that was alot of fun. The crowd was alot of fun.

The only complaint was the afterparty thing was a little misleading. Most of the players were in their own VIP area.
Same for me, they had like a banquet that most of the players went to, Hartnell, JvR, and Simmonds walked through Dusk once back to the VIP room and that was pretty much it. Granted I didn't stay long enough to find out if they all came out later on. But 9 dollar beers and 12 dollar mixed drinks that barely have a shot of alcohol in them is not really my scene.

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11-25-2012, 02:04 PM
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It was more like:

65% Flyers
25% Rangers
5% Devils
5% Misc
Sounds like a Devils home game

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Sounds like a Devils home game
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What was the split of the crowd?
I would have thought the Rangers would have 55, Devils 20, and Flyers 25 since AC is closer to the Devs base, NYers vac here, and the NY region was more affected.
But I heard it was pro Flyers like a home game. Surprised at the indifference of NY fans if true.


Name the jerseys in descending order if you can.
It was at least half Flyers fans there. Atlantic City is part of the Philadelphia market so its all Philly fans in the area.

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11-26-2012, 09:57 AM
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Hey that's me 2 rows in front of you in the flyers winter cap and orange hoodie!

I almost caught Hartsy's stick haha.

Haha yea that was awesome. That girl caught it in front of me and I got my hand on it just barely but couldn't really grab it.

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11-26-2012, 08:48 PM
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part two?


http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports...ollow/1726515/

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November 26. 2012 - ATLANTIC CITY - Early into a post-game party at Caesars Atlantic City, one of the Operation Hat Trick Organizers mentioned that staging a second act could be in the works.

"Guys already are talking about doing another one in New York," former Flyers tough guy Todd Fedoruk said over a loud DJ music in a crowded party room.

How about a second charity hockey game for Superstorm Sandy victims in Manhattan, perhaps at Central Park skating rink?


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12-06-2012, 09:28 PM
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http://www.pressofatlanticcity.com/s...9bb2963f4.html

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http://thehockeywriters.com/hartnell...p-for-charity/

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Even though they’re off the ice, you can’t stop the competitiveness of hockey players.

James van Riemsdyk and Scott Hartnell are going head-to-head in a fundraising challenge to see who can raise the most money for Hurricane Sandy relief with the Power of 2. The former Flyers teammates face off in a battle of charitable donations that also includes the prospect of a little added incentive for the winner.

“Hartsy approached me about doing something like this and it seemed like a perfect time to do this, after Hurricane Sandy,” said van Riemsdyk of his new charitable venture. “We both wanted to do what we could for those charities and it just started snowballing from there and here we are now.”

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12-06-2012, 09:38 PM
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hockey players have some of the biggest hearts. henrik also auctioned his mask for 66 k

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12-19-2012, 10:23 PM
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csn just showed jvr shopping with his gear on. they said he lost by 4g's

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I must say I really enjoyed watching Subban and Carlson in this game, even in a really non-competetive game like this you can see the benefit of having a D-man like that on the back end.

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