As part of final roster moves for their Opening
Night lineup, the Philadelphia Flyers have loaned
NHL veterans Bruno Gervais (D) and Adam Hall (C)
to the Adirondack Phantoms.
Bruno Gervais, 28, has played in 418 NHL games
mostly with the New York Islanders. He has scored
16 goals and 71 assists for 87 career points from
2005-2013. In his debut season with Philadelphia
last year he played in 37 games scoring one goal
and five assists. Gervais played with the Islanders
for six seasonss from 2005-2011 and with Tampa
Bay for one season in 2011-12.
The native of Longueuil, Quebec last played in
the AHL with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers at the
end of the 2006-07 season. He saw action in three
games that year on April 4, 6 and 7.
Gervais' most recent season in the AHL was in
2005-06 with Bridgeport in which he was second
among defenseman in goals (16). He also represented
Bridgeport at the AHL All Star Classic in Winnipeg
that season playing for the Canadian Team against
Planet USA. Goalie Yann Danis, also now with Adirondack,
was named a Co-MVP in that game while representing
Hamilton. Gervais was a sixth-round selection
of the Islanders in 2003 from Acadie-Bathurst
of the QMJHL.
Opening Night for the first home game of the
2013-14 season is Saturday, October 12 against
the Hartford Wolf Pack. Purchase a special Opening
Night Package for only $40 (plus tax) including
two tickets to Opening Night, two flex tickets
valid for any other home game at the Glens Falls
Civic Center, and a commemorative pint glass celebrating
the 25th season of AHL excitement in Glens Falls.
Offer available while supplies last. Call the
Phantoms to reserve your package at 518-480-3355.
Saturday, October 5 (7:00) -
Adirondack Phantoms at Hershey Bears (First Away
Game of 2013-14)
Friday, October 11 (7:00) -
Adirondack Phantoms at Hartford Wolf Pack
Saturday, October 12 (7:00) - HARTFORD
WOLF PACK AT ADIRONDACK PHANTOMS
OPENING NIGHT!!! - Magnet Schedule
Giveaway courtesy of Great Meadow Federal Credit
Monday, October 14 (2:00) -
Adirondack Phantoms at Albany Devils