Oct 10, 2011, 10:13 AM EDT
The Philadelphia Flyers have hidden two tickets to Wednesdays’ home opener against the Vancouver Canucks inside a large block of ice, shaped in the team’s logo.
Inside the ice are pucks.
Inside the pucks, or maybe under them, or somewhere, we guess, are the tickets.
The ice sculpture is mounted west of City Hall in front of the Clothespin statue at 15th & Market.
Fans are only allowed to melt the ice by use of their hands and the sun. Five pucks have already been pulled from the ice, but with no prize-winning success.
So, yeah, hurry. Update: It’s over. One of you won.
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Photos courtesy the @NHLFlyers Twitter feed.
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