Some Phantoms and Bears players have played in outdoor events before and knew what to expect from the cold weather (It was 36º, but it felt like it was 0º).
The Flyers called up Tyrell Goulbourne last week, and it took just one look at social media to see the divided reaction of the fanbase.
Now that everyone has settled down after the Flyers ended 10-game losing streak, and enjoyed moderate success thereafter, it’s time to talk about a “what if?”
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With all of the high-end talent the Flyers possess in their system, it’s easy to focus on their progression and forget about some of the lower-tier prospects.
Boyd is a point-getter for Hershey, plain and simple.
A big reason for their success so far is Danick Martel.
For years, the number “seven” sat in the minds of every Phantoms player. That number represented the amount of years the club had been kept from the playoffs, and it was the number they were hoping to set back to “zero”. Last year, that happened.