Orange & Black Breakdown
by Marc Siciliano on 04/02/12 at 05:43 PM ET
The first annual Flyers Faithful / Orange and Black Breakdown Sega NHL94 tournament is right around the corner, and this might be your last chance to sign up!
As of today there were only a handful of open slots available for the tournament, which is set to take place on April 22nd at the Play2 Parx Casino in Bensalem, PA. All tournament participants receive a retro themed t-shirt and the winner takes home a trophy and $100 in prize money. Most importantly, all proceeds will go towards the Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation. Can you think of a more nostalgic and enjoyable way to support youth hockey? (Because I can’t!)
For more information and to sign up, please click here. We hope to see you there!
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The Orange & Black Breakdown looks to be the ultimate, around the clock source for news and information on the Philadelphia Flyers organization and it’s ever-present quest for the Stanley Cup. Focusing on what the team can do to achieve success is the ultimate goal.
The OBB is written and maintained by myself - Marc Siciliano. I’m a college graduate and media production professional in the sports industry with credits on projects like Hard Knocks: Bengals and 24/7 Penguins vs. Capitals: Road to the Winter Classic. A man of many hobbies, I always seem to find a way to spend a disproportionate amount of my daily routine with two things: Flyers hockey and social media (much to the dismay of my hockey impartial friends on twitter).
So what does this mean for you? The plan is to combine these
time-wasting habits passions with my love for writing to provide you with complete coverage of the Flyers from both my head and around the web, 24/7.
This is my second writing stint focusing on the Flyers, but for a much larger audience - so do be gentle. Different perspectives and opinions on the organization are welcome and encouraged. Just because I see it one way doesn’t mean I’m beyond seeing it your way as well, so speak up!
I’m always interested in interacting with readers, so find me on twitter (@marcs797) or email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) and let’s talk hockey.
Thanks for reading; Lets go Flyers!