All proceeds from the April 23 event will benefit Flyers Alumni charitable initiatives

Registration is open NOW at

PHILADELPHIA (February,  2022) – Today, the Flyers Alumni Association announced the Inaugural Flyers Alumni Walk, Run, Stroll Event set to take place on April 23 at the historic Washington Crossing State Park. All proceedsfrom the event will benefit Flyers Alumni charitable efforts, including the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation, Every Child Deserves a Bike, Flyers Power Play, 12 Days of Christmas Giving, Flyers Warriors, and the YMCA of Bucks County Veterans Wellness Initiative. Flyers Alumni members will be joined by Philadelphia Flyers front office leaders, Lou Nolan, Lauren Hart, Gritty, and many more! 

“The Flyers Alumni are thrilled to invite Flyers fans and the entire Delaware Valley community to join us at this brand-new, family-friendly fundraising event as we continue to make a difference,” said Brad Marsh, President of Flyers Alumni. “Along with support from the Flyers organization, the Flyers Alumni rely on fundraising initiatives like this to support their work in the community, so we’re excited to bring members of the Flyers family and our incredible fans together in April.” 

“One of the things that makes the Philadelphia Flyers one of the best organizations in professional sports is our connection to our incredible alumni,” said Valerie Camillo, President of Business Operations for the Philadelphia Flyers.  “This new event supports the great work of the Flyers Alumni Association, but it’s also an important opportunity to bring the entire Flyers family together.”

Event participants will walk, run, or stroll along the historic pathways of Washington’s troops as they head towards the Delaware River with the option to choose from a 10K run, 5K run or walk, or a 1K family stroll. Those who can’t make it to Washington Crossing can also participate from home. Perfect for the whole family, the event will include fun, family-friendly activities for participants of all ages including historic reenactors and a fife and drum corps.

In addition to participating in the Walk, Run, Stroll Event, participants also have the option to become a Flyers Alumni Teammate and earn special prizes like Flyers Alumni swag, running shoes, Flyers tickets, and more. 

Flyers Alumni is (a 501(c)(3) organization) that has maintained a tradition of giving back to the Delaware Valley community by supporting a number of local charities. Registration is open now for the Inaugural Flyers Alumni Walk, Run, Stroll event at

Athletes Helping Athletes Showcase to Kick Off Scholastic Hockey Season

Eight high-school hockey teams are getting ready got lace up their skates for the fifth annual Athletes Helping Athletes curtain raiser that serves as a prelude to the scholastic hockey season.

The event will feature 16 games between October 3 and 26. All will be played at Revolution Ice Gardens in Warwick.

It will also include a game on Friday, October 12 between the Flyers Alumni and Team AHA which will feature a group of area coaches.

Tickets for tournament games will be $5, save for the Flyers Alumni-Team AHA event which will be $15 in advance and $20 at the door.

All proceeds will benefit the AHA effort

For tickets, contact Eric Tye at or BarbYoung at


Game Schedule

Wednesday, October 3

7:20 9  North Penn vs. Souderton 4

9:05  8 C.B. South vs. C.B. East 1

Friday, October 5

7:25 4 North Penn vs Father Judge 11

7:35  12 Hatboro-Horsham vs. Archbishop Wood 1

9:10 6 William Tennent vs. Souderton 9

Wednesday, October 10

7:20 0 Hatboro-Horsham vs. C.B. East 2

9:05 3 Archbishop Wood vs. Father Judge 11

Friday, October 12

7:30 Flyers Alumni vs. Team AHA

Wednesday, October 17

7:00 7 Father Judge vs. C.B. South 2

9:05  7 C.B. East vs. William Tennent 4

Wednesday, October 24

7:20 Archbishop Wood vs. William Tennent

9:05 Souderton vs. Hatboro-Horsham

Thursday, October 25

7:00 C.B. South vs. North Penn

Friday, October 26

5:45 Consolation 7 vs 8

7:25 Consolation 3 vs. 4

7:35 Consolation 1 vs. 2

9:10 Consolation 5 vs. 6