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If you thought that crazy scene in 'World War Z' where zombies start popping out of nowhere and eating people's faces was scary, you might not want to go to a Flyers game anytime soon.
The Zombie Apocalypse is actually coming to Philadelphia.
Flyers goalie Steve Mason seems to be a fan of the Walking Dead and a fan of the History Channel, because his mask is going to be a feature some historical figures who want to eat your brain. Check it out:
Franny Drummond, who runs PaintZoo and is efforting the mask, says there may not only be one installment of it .
"Derek [Settlemyre, Flyers head equipment manager] said he changes them constantly," Drummond told NHL.com. "He's always changing gear, so you get a new lid and go."
This might be the scene at Wells Fargo Center soon:
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Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason has never been afraid to try out a new helmet design. As a matter of fact, his most recent redesign is already his second since being traded to Philadelphia in April. Mason’s first helmet with the Flyers featured a lot of stitches, a shredded Flyers logo, a zombie from the Walking Dead, and his English Bulldog named George. What could possibly...
The Philadelphia Flyers’ crease has been a graveyard for goaltenders in the recent past, so it might seem fitting that Flyers goalie Steve Mason is turning to the walking dead for this season. Mason, who was acquired by the Flyers at the trade deadline last season, will hope to help turn around a Philly team that underachieved last season. Those struggles stemmed in large part...
The Flyers newly acquired goalie Steve Mason is combining his passion for horror with the history of his new city to create a horrifyingly awesome mask. The design will include zombie versions of Ben Franklin and Betsy Ross, which will be sure to strike fear in the eyes of opponents and history buffs everywhere.
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The Philadelphia Flyers today announced their schedule of locations for their 2013 Training Camp.
Camp will open with on-ice sessions at the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday, September 12 through Saturday, September 14. These sessions will be free and open to the public.
The Flyers will then play preseason games on three consecutive days from September 15-17. The...
A couple hundred Flyers fans apparently had nothing going on at 11 a.m. on Monday, so they made their way over to the Wells Fargo Center in the hopes of setting a unique world record.
The team promoted an event on Facebook for fans to help them set a new Guinness World Record — for having the most people simultaneously watching paint dry when the team painted the lines and logos...
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The nifty ESPN blog Uni Watch has been putting out power rankings for the four major sports all week, and today was NHL day. The Flyers came in 5th for the best unis in the league, according to Paul Lukas, noting that they have the best look of any non-original 6 team. I myself am a big fan of the Flyers’ current look and am really glad they went back to a classic style. And while...
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