Snow Trumps Hurricanes: Tonight's Flyers game has been postponed

Snow Trumps Hurricanes: Tonight's Flyers game has been postponed
January 21, 2014, 3:26 pm
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Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter announced today that the city has declared a snow emergency as of 4:00 pm due to the heavy snow and freezing temperatures hitting the area.

Word from the Flyers beat writers earlier in the day was that the Carolina Hurricanes were hoping to avoid a cancellation of tonight's contest in South Philly and play it as originally scheduled at 7:00 pm. Snow trumped the Hurricanes. The NHL announced shortly after 3:25 pm that the game will be postponed.

The National Hockey League today announced that tonight’s game between the Carolina Hurricanes and the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia has been postponed. The date on which the game will be made up has yet to be determined.

OFFICIAL: The Flyers game tonight has been postponed.

— Sarah Baicker (@sbaickerCSN) January 21, 2014

No new date has been released yet.

Unrelated, Garth Snow had an 6-3 record with a 1.82 GAA against the Carolina Hurricanes throughout his career.

There may not be hockey at the Wells Fargo Center this evening but maybe there will be a snowball fight as the Flyers official Twitter account suggested:

@NHLCanes Snowball fight. Parking lot. Be there.

— Philadelphia Flyers (@NHLFlyers) January 21, 2014

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