Philadelphia

NHL Flyers Prospectives: Michael Dal Colle, Leon Draisaitl, Samuel Bennett, Aaron Ekblad, Sam Reinhart, and Anthony DeAngelo,

This week the NHL prospects were painting the town red before the drafts today and tomorrow.

NHL prospects from left, Michael Dal Colle, Leon Draisaitl, Samuel Bennett, Aaron Ekblad, Sam Reinhart, and Anthony DeAngelo, (DeAngelo grew up in Sewell, NJ)
 Lots of press coverage for the NHL Draft especially for Anthony DeAngelo, who grew up in Sewell, NJ
 The best sports pr around: Rebecca Goodman, multitasking. Tweeting about the draft potentials visit to the Art Museum steps, while holding the CSN mike during an interview

The highly anticipated 2014 National Hockey League Draft
will bring thousands of national and international visitors to
Philadelphia when it makes its debut appearance in Philadelphia, PA, at
the Wells Fargo Center
on Friday, June 27 through Saturday, June 28 thrusting the 21,000-seat
arena into the national spotlight, once again.
“The Wells Fargo Center was designed to host these
types of prestigious events,” said Global Spectrum’s Matt Homan, General
Manager of the Wells Fargo Center. “Our event staff thrives when
hosting these big-time events. We enjoy the national
and international spotlight it brings to the Wells Fargo Center.

 

 A fan grabs a photo with three of the players
 Rebecca demostrates the Rocky fist pumps and explains that it would be a great photo op if they “ran up the stairs.”
 Strangely enough they’re the only 5 people in the world not to see Rocky, but Sam Reinhart
gives it a try

 Just in case one more demonstration, maybe a little higher and more enthusiastic

 

 NHL prospects from left, Michael Dal Colle, Leon Draisaitl, Samuel Bennett, Aaron Ekblad, Sam Reinhart, and Anthony DeAngelo,
 Now to the Rocky statue
 again explanation
 Obviously they play better hockey then understand this concept
 OK now we’re talking
Draft prospects, their families and friends will travel to Philadelphia for the 2014 NHL Entry Draft,
bringing thousands of out-of-town visitors generating an economic
impact of $10 million, according to the Philadelphia Sports Congress.
Round One of the Draft begins on Friday, June 27 at 7 p.m. The draft continues with Rounds Two through Seven on Saturday, June 28 beginning at 10 a.m.
Follow the 2014 NHL Draft and Fan Fest in Philadelphia at
PhiladelphiaFlyers.com/NHLDraft
. Fans interested in attending the Draft can sign up for late ticket release notifications at
PhiladelphiaFlyers.com/DraftStandBy.
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TODAY: National Hockey League Commissioner
Gary Bettman and Comcast-Spectacor unveil 30 newly planted trees lining
Pattison Avenue as part of the NHL Green’s
Legacy Tree Project. The project is an initiative designed to help
revitalize urban environments by planting 30 trees for all 30 clubs in
the NHL during the week leading up to the NHL Draft.