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Ice Hockey Fundraiser for Snider Hockey and Blood Drive in Honor of Boston Marathon Victims

Please see The Official Guide for updated information. Although it seems implausible, we are gearing up for only our third fundraiser to benefit Snider Hockey since October. Crazy. Details What: Four team, three game ice hockey tournament and Red Cross blood drive When: Saturday, June 29 from 10:45 a.m. until 3:45 p.m. The blood drive will start at 9:00 a.m. Where: Flyers Skate Zone in Pennsauken, NJ Why: To benefit Snider Hockey and in memory of the Boston Marathon victims More Details Registration costs $50. There are 60 total skater spots and 4 total goalie spots available. The winning team gets their name on …

Ice Sculpture Shot Luge

The Second Annual Flyers Faithful Pub Quiz Fundraiser

What: Flyers-themed Pub Quiz When: Thursday, October 4 at 8:00 p.m. Where: Fado Why: To raise money for the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation Cost: $10 per person (half goes to Snider Hockey, half goes to Pub Quiz winner) Ages: This is an all-ages event. People over 21 will get a wristband so they can drink. More Details 1. Don Saleski, Bob “The Hound” Kelly, Joe Watson, Dave Brown, and Joe Kadlec will be in attendance! 2. Attendees will get a free shirt designed by Broad Street Bootlegs. 3. The winning team from each round of Pub Quiz will get a six pack of a limited edition, specially …

Scott Hartnell meets with #Hartnelldown Hockey Camp Participants (Photo courtesy of Zach Hill).

Scott Hartnell’s Charity Sends Ten Snider Hockey Participants To First Annual #Hartnelldown Hockey Camp

It started as a joke, a gimmick created by a Flyers fan who noticed that his favorite player had a penchant for falling while he was on the ice. And now, #Hartnelldown has turned into a phenomenon. Two seasons ago, fan Seth Hastings decided to keep a count of how many times Scott Hartnell fell during the year. The #hartnelldown hashtag became a big thing on Twitter amongst Flyers fans, a shared amusement over Hartnell’s clumsiness. Last season, Hartnell was made aware of the hashtag, and embraced it in a way that no one could have imagined. Today, #Hartnelldown is …