The Adirondack Phantoms will be staying in Glens Falls, N.Y., for at least two more seasons.
Phantoms co-owner Jim Brooks made the announcement Friday and told the Post-Star the team will contribute at least $50,000 toward the cost of installing a video board and new sound system in the arena, which eventually will have another home team.
The Phantoms will move to a new 8,500-seat arena in Allentown, Pa., which the team hopes is ready in 2013-14.
Adirondack, the Flyers' AHL affiliate, is 20-31-3 and sits seventh in the eight-team East. The Phantoms have played much better lately after an abysmal start.