Nov 16, 2012, 11:57 AM EDT
Tickets went on sale this morning for Operation Hat Trick, a charity hockey game on November 24th featuring a number of NHL players (if there were an NHL) at Boardwalk Hall that will benefit the American Red Cross in their efforts to help those devastated by Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey.
At first, I thought “who would want to go watch a pickup hockey game at the shore?”
But then I saw Scott Hartnell was involved, and while we all may be pissed at the NHL for not playing any damn games at the moment and potentially canceling an entire season, we shouldn’t personally hold that against Hartsy. We miss Hartsy.
Other Flyers/former Flyers/guys-who-were-almost-Flyers-once that are
playing include Brad Richards, Ryan Callahan, Simon Gagne, and Kimo
Timmonen. We hear Rick Tochet is going to coach.
Here’s what the curly one told the Mystery Muncher, Tim Panaccio, yesterday:
“Brad Richards will captain the one team and I’ll captain the other,”
Hartnell said of the game at Boardwalk Hall. “This is pretty cool.
Brad’s been doing stuff out there on Staten Island. Maybe we’ll have
some Rangers-Flyers battles out there.”
Henrik Luneqvist will be coming over from Sweden to play in the game so don’t expect any Flyers to score.
Also, Atlantic City has casinos.
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