Good Bye Spectrum

the Spectrum will be closing for good next year.

“This will be the final year of the Spectrum,” Comcast-Spectacor chairman Ed Snider announced this morning.
“This has been one of the hardest decisions I’ve ever had to make,” he said. “The Spectrum is my baby. It’s one of the greatest things that has ever happened to me, but after a lot of thinking and discussions, we all feel it is in our best interest to close the Spectrum at the conclusion of the upcoming 2008-09 Philadelphia Phantoms and Kixx seasons.”

It’s official: ‘Final year of the Spectrum’ [Philadelphia Inquirer]

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9 Responses to Good Bye Spectrum

  1. Epic says:

    Spectrum sometime in Feb/March – Rams vs. Penguins > tailgate > Phantoms game > Pennsport Pub.

  2. THOR says:

    BEST IDEA EVER.
    IN!

  3. Goat says:

    Also IN!

  4. Thirsty Goalie says:

    In

  5. kratz says:

    oh yeah

  6. Jim B (not Blackwood) says:

    In

  7. dk says:

    in. get a date so we can make sure there are no league games that day/night.

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