Kadlec to be Inducted into S. Jersey Sports Hall of Fame

 

 

This year is Joe Kadlec’s 60th year of involvement in hockey around the Delaware Valley. It will be capped off by his much-deserved induction in the All Sports Museum of Southern New Jersey’s Hall of Fame on Feb. 24, 2018.

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Flyers Alumni Remember Greg Smyth

Greg Smyth, a veteran of 12 pro hockey seasons that included 228 regular seasons games and 12 games in the Stanley Cup playoffs, passed away on Feb. 16, 2018 after battling a terminal form of cancer.  He was 51 years old.

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Flyers Alumni Assist Flyers Pee-Wee Team

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Dating back to 1960, the famous Quebec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament is the largest such competition in the world; a rite of passage for 11-year-old and 12-year-old players from across the hockey globe.

 

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Flyers Alumni Take on Philadelphia PowerPlay

 

On Friday, Feb. 2, 2018 at Neumann Unversity (Aston, PA), the Flyers Alumni took on the Philadelphia PowerPlay in a power wheelchair hockey game. The final was 14-14 but, more important, a great time was had by all.

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Learn to Play Rookie Program Brings Back Memories for Flyers Alumni

Legendary Flyers coach Fred Shero was fond of saying that professional ice hockey is a children’s game played by grown men. It is important to never lose the joy of putting on the skates and equipment and then ritually stepping onto a fresh sheet of ice to experience the wonder – the simultaneous familiarity and unpredictability – of the sport. The lessons learned, and skills acquired on the rink in childhood end up becoming the most lasting ones regardless of the level in which a youngster ultimately plays.

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