Where’s Scott Hartnell?!

At the Phillies game with the rest of the Flyers. And the Eagles game. And McFadden’s. A Scottie trifecta!

The Flyers were all in attendance around sections 208 and 209 at last night’s Phillies game. According to folks on the Tweets, Max Talbot was shown on PhanaVision twice, once dancing on Bongo Cam. Other Flyers in attendance: Jaromir Jagr, James van Riemsdyk, Danny Briere, and Chris Pronger. Jagr got a hot dog (in case you wanted to know). Hartnell ordered "23 beers" for his teammates and waved his towel "hard" (after the game, however, Jimmy Rollins would complain that he wasn't loud enough). They all went to McFadden’s, too.


So much for Dry Island.

Picture of Pronger after the jump.

H/T to (@biggillen34) and (@RoundyPockets73) for the pics


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21 Responses

  1. “Hartnell ordered “23 beers” for his teammates and waved his towel “hard” (after the game, however, Jimmy Rollins would complain that he wasn’t loud enough).”
    And Jimmy, Scottie “Head!” Hartnell (

    ) even got his heart beating fast for ya.

  2. I also saw Simmonds, Claude, Kimmo, Carle, Meszaros and I believe Schenn at McFaddens.
    There was also a classic conversation between a drunk Scott Hartnell and Craig Sager about how he should do sideline reporting at hockey games.

  3. “Wait, people other than Jeff Carter and Mike Richards go out for beers????”
    Posted by: Declan | October 03, 2011 at 05:16 PM
    Yes, especially when outside of regular and post season play. Savvy?

  4. I sat there wide-eyed with my jaw on the ground not being able to tear myself away to try and get ready for work. I couldn’t even fathom what was happening or why. All I knew was that a plane flew into the tower. I didn’t know details.

  5. maybe it’ll be our turn to get lucky tomorrow night, maybe Garcia has an off night like Cliff Lee did and we pound him like we did Kyle Loshe, I mean, this kid ain’t the second coming of Steve Carlton, for crissakes! Then who follows him? Jake Westbrook? In any event, we’d still have Doc in a decisive game five, I don’t know about you, but I’d like my chances very much there. Bottom line: relax

  6. As for the cheering for Lee, my personal take on it was that most in the stadium felt he was robbed by the ump (aka LaRussa’s bitch) and then thrown to the wolves by Charlie in the 7th. I agree he was NOT good and didn’t deserve it, but I kind of got why some people did it. The whole night was just kind of ugly all around.

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