Thursday, November 26, 2015

Win Bernie Parent's locker stall

The hall of fame goaltender has donated it to a charity, which today started an online raffle.

Win Bernie Parent's locker stall

Goalie not included.
Goalie not included.

You can now get a piece of Philadelphia Flyers lore.

Bernie Parent, the Flyers hall of famer, has donated his original locker stall from the doomed Spectrum to the Greater Norristown Police Athletic League, which has launched an online raffle. As his business partner Dean Smith told me a couple of weeks ago, Parent didn't want to give it to a group that would auction it off to some high-roller. Better to allow everyday people to bid on it.

Parent was impressed by GNPAL’s wrestling, boxing, basketball, and Tae Kwon Do programs as well as science nights and family reading programs. Each entry (via costs $39 and entrants get an autographed 8x10 photo.

Winner will be chosen at the PAL’s International Food and Wine Festival on Sept. 9 at Plymouth Country Club.

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