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Canadiens, Flyers Look To Thaw Lockout's Chill With Fan Freebies
Published January 18, 2013
The Flyers drew a crowd of 15,202 for last night's free-admission open practice at Wells Fargo Center, and that is "no surprise," as "big crowds have been attending at the practice rink in Voorhees this week." If fans "have any lingering bitterness over the 113-day NHL lockout, they certainly didn't show it toward the players." The Flyers were "routinely cheered throughout the 70-minute practice" (PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER, 1/18).