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NHL: New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers And Others To Play Charity Game For Hurricane Sandy Victims

NHL: New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers And Others To Play Charity Game For Hurricane Sandy Victims

Hyped by on November 17, 2012 Website: www.centericechat.com

The NHL may not be in action, but that is not to say that players from the league are not about to take action for others. After witnessing the devastation that Hurricane Sandy left in the New York and New Jersey and Philadelphia area, players from the New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers and other players are getting together – despite the current NHL Lockout – to play a charity game for some of the victims of the storm’s destruction.

It is nice to see a refreshing change that just because owners and players cannot agree on a new collective bargaining agreement, that will not prevent players from the NHL doing something nice for others. Players from locked out teams including the Rangers and Flyers will get together for a charity game at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on November 24 at 7 PM.

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