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12-06-2005, 02:18 PM
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Where to watch hockey in Philly area?

Hi Philly fans,

I was hoping to get some advice from locals.

I am going to be in Philly this weekend and after going to the Flyers / Wild game on Saturday afternoon I want to find a bar to watch the Leafs / Stars game on Saturday night.

Do you know any bars that carry the NHL Center Ice TV package?

I plan on going to my hotel in City Center after the game, so it does not have to be near the arena.

Any advice would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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good luck... depending on what else is going on in the world of sports it may be mildly tough. you could try Fox and Hound... Cavs out in West Philly...

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Thanks Jester.

Is Cavs short for something? I could not find that in any listings.

Thanks.

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Spent the last few days in Fort Lauderdale. Heads up if anyone goes there in the future. Last night, some relocated Philly guys told me there is a bar called the Parrot Lounge, on the beach, that specializes in Philly sports including showing Flyers' games.

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12-09-2005, 10:11 AM
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Thanks for the advice. i will check out the fox and hound.

Any other last minute suggestions will be appreciated as well.

Take care.

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Thanks Jester.

Is Cavs short for something? I could not find that in any listings.

Thanks.
Cavanaughs. 39th and Sansom... right off Penn's campus.

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12-09-2005, 10:43 AM
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Here is an option:

Boathouse Row Bar
210 W. Rittenhouse Square
(in the Rittenhouse Hotel)
Philadelphia PA, 19103
PHONE: 215-546-9000

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you could try chickies and petes in south philly or mcfaddens at the ball park. good luck having the maple leafs game on tv though, unless there is nothing else on.

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