Sixers, Phantoms welcoming Phillies tixholders in for free

  Going to today’s Game 2 between the Phillies and Dodgers? Want to see a doubleheader? The 76ers and Phantoms have deal for you. Anyone with a ticket stub from today’s Phillies game can see, for free, tonight’s Sixers-Knicks exhibition game at the Wachovia Center or the Phantoms’ season opener against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at the Wachovia Spectrum.
  The Phillies’ game begins at 4:25. The Sixers and Phantoms begin at 7.
  Fans with Phillies’ Game 2 tickets should take their stub to the Wachovia Complex box office for their Sixers or Phantoms ticket. Tickets will be available on a first-come, first-served basis, according to Comcast-Spectator.
  Former Flyers Bernie Parent and Joe Watson will sign autographs on the concourse at the Phantoms’ game. When the Spectrum opened on Oct. 19, 1967, Flyers captain Lou Angotti and Penguins captain Ab McDonald took the first faceoff. Both captains will re-enact that first puck drop tonight, in this final season of hockey at the Spectrum.