LV Phantoms

LV Phantoms

Leagues Played
AHL 711 AHL季前賽 5
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賽程

AHL 04/19 23:00 1 LV Phantoms vs BRI Islanders - View
AHL 04/20 23:05 1 LV Phantoms vs 威爾克斯-巴裏/斯克蘭頓企鵝 - View
AHL 04/21 19:05 1 LV Phantoms vs 夏洛特Checkers - View

結果

AHL 04/13 23:05 1 [8] BRI Islanders v LV Phantoms [6] W 4-5
AHL 04/12 23:00 1 [6] LV Phantoms v Hershey熊 [1] L 1-4
AHL 04/07 19:05 1 [6] LV Phantoms v 威爾克斯-巴裏/斯克蘭頓企鵝 [4] L 1-5
AHL 04/06 23:05 1 [5] CLE Monsters v LV Phantoms [6] L 3-0
AHL 04/05 23:05 1 [2] PRO Bruins v LV Phantoms [6] W 2-3
AHL 04/02 23:00 1 [6] LV Phantoms v Hershey熊 [1] L 0-1
AHL 03/30 22:05 1 [6] LV Phantoms v 威爾克斯-巴裏/斯克蘭頓企鵝 [4] L 3-4
AHL 03/29 23:00 1 [6] LV Phantoms v 錫拉丘茲粉碎 [3] W 6-4
AHL 03/24 19:05 1 [4] 威爾克斯-巴裏/斯克蘭頓企鵝 v LV Phantoms [6] L 3-1
AHL 03/23 23:05 1 [8] BRI Islanders v LV Phantoms [6] L 2-1
AHL 03/20 23:05 1 [7] SPR雷鳥 v LV Phantoms [6] W 1-3
AHL 03/16 23:05 1 [6] LV Phantoms v PRO Bruins [2] W 5-2

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms are a professional ice hockey team based in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The team competes in the American Hockey League (AHL) and serves as the primary development team for the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League.

The Phantoms have been the top minor league affiliate for the Flyers since the 1996–97 season, playing in Philadelphia as the Philadelphia Phantoms from 1996 until 2009, then in Glens Falls, New York, as the Adirondack Phantoms from 2010 until 2013, and in Allentown as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms since 2014.

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms play their home games at PPL Center, an 8,500 capacity, $282 million indoor arena that opened in downtown Allentown on September 10, 2014.

History

In March 2011, plans were announced for a new arena, the PPL Center, in downtown Allentown, Pennsylvania. Demolition at the arena site began in January 2012. In February 2012, it was announced that the Adirondack Phantoms, a franchise that originated as the Philadelphia Phantoms, would relocate to the PPL Center in Allentown from Glens Falls, New York. The franchise originally intended to begin play in Allentown in 2013, but due to litigation over the construction of PPL Center, the team did not play until the 2014–15 AHL season. The purple color used since the team's inception was replaced by electric blue when the team relocated to the Lehigh Valley.

The arena has been consistently full. During the 2015–16 season, the PPL Center was filled at a 97.9% capacity on average, and had 24 sellouts in the 38 Phantoms home games, including the last 13. The Phantoms finished seventh in the AHL attendance rankings with an average of 8,244 fans, surpassed only by teams with larger venues.