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LV Phantoms and other Flyers Prospect discussions 2017-2018

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They don't have to play but it certainly helps to be around the experience for the future to see what the circus is like...

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On 5/12/2018 at 9:11 PM, hf101 said:

Phantoms moving on to the Conference finals vs. the Toronto Marlies after beating the Charlotte Checkers 5-1 and take the series 4-1. 

 

Eastern Conference Finals schedule for LVPhantoms/@TorontoMarlies:

G1: @ TOR Sat May 19, 4:00 PM

G2@ TOR Sun May 20, 4:00 PM

G3@ LV Wed May 23, 7:05 PM

G4@ LV Fri May 25, 7:05 PM

G5*@ LV Sat May 26, 7:05 PM

G6*@ TOR Mon May 28, 7:00 PM

G7*@ TOR Wed May 30, 7:00

Just bought tickets to game 5...got tix in 2nd row from glass for 33.50 including taxes and fees.  Parking in the garage that is attached to the arena is a whopping $6.

 

The lesson learned in all this is that NHL teams have us by the cojones when it comes to pricing.  :whiteflag: 

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There is no official status update on Samuel Morin, but the circumstantial evidence does not look promising. Replays of his right knee injury in Game 4 in Charlotte are pretty gruesome. Video appears to show the 6-foot-7 Morin catching his skate in the ice as he went into the boards on a routine check. Morin was in immediate distress as he clutched his knee, howling in pain. 

 

Unlike Sanheim, who did not need crutches after his injury and walked without a limp ala Couturier, Morin was seen walking on crutches after the 5-OT marathon. Also unlike Sanheim, there is no talk about Morin potentially being available to play again anytime soon. It's been a brutal season for Big Sam, injury-wise. He spent virtually the entire season working through a recurrent nagging injury (believed but never officially confirmed to be a groin or abdominal muscle strain with overcompensation-related subsequent issues) that kept him out much of November and ruined a recall to the Flyers, later caused him to be shut down for most of December and eventually kept him out from Jan. 20 until Game 2 of the Charlotte series.

 


 

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