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WATCH: Out and About at the Flyers Wives Carnival

Flyers players, wives, and coaching staff Sunday hosted the Flyers Wives Carnival at Wells Fargo Center. Fans had a chance to pose for photos with their favorite players, play video games, and tour the Flyers press box.

WATCH: Out and About at the Flyers Wives Carnival

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Flyers player Scott Hartnell posed with young fans at the 36th Annual Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival at the Wells Fargo Center on March 3, 2013. ( Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer )
Flyers player Scott Hartnell posed with young fans at the 36th Annual Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival at the Wells Fargo Center on March 3, 2013. ( Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer )
Flyers player Scott Hartnell posed with young fans at the 36th Annual Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival at the Wells Fargo Center on March 3, 2013. ( Hillary Petrozziello / Staff Photographer ) Gallery: Flyers Wives Fight for Lives Carnival 2013

Flyers players, wives, and coaching staff Sunday hosted the Flyers Wives Carnival at Wells Fargo Center. Fans had a chance to pose for photos with their favorite players, play video games, and tour the Flyers press box. 

Flyers player Scott Hartnell poses with young fans

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