Game Day: @LVPhantoms versus @AlbanyDevils – Printable Roster

The Devils’ affiliate is in town for the final tune-up game before the regular season.  Here’s what you need to know about the game this evening:

Game Time: 7:05PM

Doors: 6:05PM

Radio/TV:  AM-1470/IHeardRadio App/Service Electric TV 2;FM-89.9 (in the PPL Center only)

Pregame: Radio: 6:20PM, TV: 6:30PM

Parking: Best advice is HERE ; Interactive map is HERE.

News and Notes:

  • Phantoms lost to the Bears again last night–again out-shooting them and dominating play for much of the game.  However, failure to convert chances, and a couple quick goals in the third again led to a loss.
  • It’s not clear if the waived players will be available for the game tonight:  VandeVelde, Rosehill, and Zepp.  Speculation is that Rosehill may not pass through waivers, but we’ll see.
  • ICYMI:  Season Ticket pickup starts with an “event” at the arena and Chickie’s and Pete’s on Sunday 10/12.  If you can’t make it, I assume, thereafter at the ticket office–but we’re checking on that.
  • ICYMI:  Single game pre-sale continues for Season Ticket Holders through later tonight.  Tickets go on sale to the general public Monday morning.
  • Fees:  Single game ticket fees are the same for phone orders and web orders, I learned yesterday.  The phone reps can offer a little more flexibility in seating choices, but my impression was, that their system is a little clunky as well–they don’t get a really good view of what’s available and what’s not.  It’s not clear if they will be able to improve this in the future.  It’s also not clear whether the fees are any different if you purchase the tickets at the box office, in person.  Stay tuned.
  • Photos:  Restrictions on photography within the PPL Center, as well as some limitations within the Horn and Bell Blog Staff, have led to fewer photos posted for the Phantoms.  I’ll try to grab some tonight, myself.  However, if readers out there have photos they’d like to contribute, please send them along to and I’ll put the good ones up–with credit.  Watermark as necessary, and low-res is fine.  We can’t pay anything, but you’ll receive photo credit.  Please contribute only your own work–we try really hard to resist stealing others’ property.


I scoured the web for info on the Phantoms’ Roster.  This is a confluence of that information. Print it out and take it to the game if you like.  I assume more and better roster stuff will be forthcoming, but you might find this helpful (click on it for high res):

Phantoms Roster 1004


See you at the arena,

@Kram209 (106)

Categories: Kram's Korner - From the Club Level, Phantoms Hockey

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4 replies

  1. hey gang do you know if I can buy a ticket at the gate for tonight’s game

  2. I think the Lehigh Valley Phantoms do themselves a great disservice by not providing more information (like roster numbers for exhibition games) with respect to all the different players in training camp … it can make it harder to want to actually try and pay any attention to “pre-season” at all. 😉

    STEFAN MATTEAU, the first round pick (#20 overall) of the New Jersey Devils at the 2012 NHL Draft, should be an interesting player to watch tonight … Matteau, still only 20 years old, had 13 goals and 26 points in 67 AHL games for Albany last year and also scored three goals in five games for the United States at the 2014 IIHF World Junior Championships last winter.

    • Or will Matteau not even show up in Allentown? … It’s a fact he was sent down by the New Jersey Devils today. I saw a report at noon today which means Matteau probably got his marching orders well before that. Meanwhile, all I ever seem to read about is how these AHL cities are all in such close proximity to their NHL parents, etc.

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