Flyers Affiliate 'Powers' Way to Powercup Championship

 
Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay Hockey, the power wheelchair hockey affiliate of the Flyers' National Hockey League organization, recently won the 2018 Powerhockey Cup championship. The team defeated the Michigan Mustangs, 11-4, on July 18, to capture the Cup. Held every two years, the Powerhockey Cup features power wheelchair hockey teams from across the United States and Canada. 
 

A Primary Assist to Ful-FILL a Promise

The Flyers Alumni Association expresses its gratitude to our 2018 Toyota Flyers Charity Classic partner, David and Fill Financial, Inc., in helping us toward fulfilling our pledge to financially assist the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation in building a new rink in the Delaware Valley for use by the Snider Hockey kids.

 

Teammates in Wellness

The 2018 Toyota Charity Classic is an event geared to offer something for everyone, regardless of attendees age, fitness levels or special needs. As part of the event, there will be sensory-friendly additions to the Fan Fest experience that are designed for the needs of attendees who have been diagnosed along the autism spectrum.
 

Floyd Landis Joins Ides of Marsh

 
 
 
There is a friendly competition of sorts within the 2018 Toyota Flyers Charity Classic, where participants will ride, walk or run to raise money for a variety of charitable causes supported by the Flyers Charities and the Flyers Alumni Association. Come July 15, the cyclists aim to outnumber the runners/walkers and vice versa.
 

Fishing, Fun, and Fundraising

Boating and fishing have been lifelong passions for Hockey Hockey Hall of Famer Bernie Parent. Now he wants to share his enjoyment of these pursuits as a means of raising money -- and providing a unique opportunity -- for the kids involved in the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation.