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  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms help reform Golden Triangle

    For years, the Hershey Bears, Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins and Philadelphia Phantoms reveled in a three-team Pennsylvania rivalry that created fireworks and fisticuffs almost every time out. But the so-called Golden Triangle of the American Hockey...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms have high hopes, expectations

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms have high hopes, expectations
    Maybe it's a little too early to start planning a parade down Hamilton Street for next June. That would coincide with the first-year Lehigh Valley Phantoms, the top minor league affiliate of the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, winning the Calder Cup as the...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms excited for home opener

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms excited for home opener
    Mark Alt can't wait. The Lehigh Valley Phantoms 22-year-old defenseman — one day shy of his 23rd birthday — and his teammates are excited to get the AHL home season started 7:05 tonight when they host the Adirondack Phantoms at the brand new...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms to watch

    ANTHONY STOLARZ, GOALIE The 6-foot-6 player's butterfly-hybrid style has been making mouths water in Philadelphia since being drafted in the second round of the 2012 draft. Now too old for juniors and heading into his first professional season, all eyes...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms owners want to make an impact in Allentown community

    hen you first meet Rob and Jim Brooks, you find two quiet, unassuming men who could be standing next to you in line at the supermarket or making pleasant conversation while waiting for your lunch order at a pizza joint in center city Allentown. They are...
  • AHL playoff rounds are different from the NHL

    he season hasn't even started yet and we're already talking playoffs. The Adirondack Phantoms failed to qualify for the AHL playoffs all five seasons they played in Glens Falls, and now known as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms, they are hoping the change...
  • With Phantoms coach Terry Murray, it's more than X's and O's

    With Phantoms coach Terry Murray, it's more than X's and O's
    he year was 1995 and the Philadelphia Flyers had just finished first in the Atlantic Division and were en route to sweeping the New York Rangers in four consecutive games of the NHL's Eastern Conference semifinals. Then-Flyers coach Terry Murray...
  • Service Electric is happy to add Phantoms hockey to coverage

    Service Electric is happy to add Phantoms hockey to coverage
    The opening of the PPL Center and the arrival of the Phantoms has brought an energy and vitality to Hamilton Street that has been missing since Hess's, Zollinger's, Leh's and several movie theaters closed their doors years ago. No one would know this...
  • Dallas-Ebola connection doesn't concern Flyers

    The Flyers are not overly concerned about being in Dallas, where a Liberian man died of Ebola and two nurses who treated him contracted the disease. "They keep saying it's more possible for us to get in a car accident or a plane accident knock on wood...
  • Seguin caps Stars 3rd-period comeback vs. Pens

    Seguin caps Stars 3rd-period comeback vs. Pens PITTSBURGH -- The Dallas Stars pulled of an improbable comeback against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday night, scoring two goals in the game's final 2:57 to earn the come-from-behind 3-2 win. Dallas...
  • Lehigh Valley Phantoms, 76ers at PPL Center

    Lehigh Valley Phantoms, 76ers at PPL Center
    Allentown will bleed orange Friday night when the Lehigh Valley Phantoms play their regular season home opener at the PPL Center in center city Friday night. The Phantoms, the American Hockey League affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers and the No. 1...