Phantoms Announce Outdoor Practice at Spring Mountain

Phantoms Announce Outdoor Practice at Spring Mountain

Velaspan to be presenting sponsor of special event

On the heels of the NHL hosting its annual outdoor Winter Classic, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms will return to the roots of hockey, and hold an outdoor practice on Sunday, January 22 at Spring Mountain Adventures in Schwenksville, PA.

The practice, which will be held from 11:00 am – 12:15 pm, will allow people to catch in-person the Phantoms preparing for a week that will consist of 3 home games at PPL Center. Those in attendance have the opportunity after the practice to take advantage of all of the great things that Spring Mountain Adventures has to offer, including public ice skating, skiing, snowboarding, or simply grab a bite to eat at Spring Mountain’s Powder Pig Pub!

A postgame skate will take place after the Phantoms practice, and passes for this can be purchased.

Space and parking for the Outdoor Practice is very limited, allowing space for those that have purchased access to the post event skate, along with pre-registered Phantoms Premier & Premier Plus Members only.

Velaspan is the presenting sponsor of the Outdoor Practice, along with sponsors Spring Mountain, Shewman Surveying, Rich Mar Florist, Leader of the Pack, and Phantoms founding partner Service Electric Cable TV & Communications. The Outdoor Practice will also see the team wearing custom jerseys for this special and unique event.

“The outdoor setting is going to be an incredible experience for fans and players alike,” says Phantoms Vice President of Partnerships & Premium Seating, Dennis Begley. “We are really looking forward to the Field of Dreams-type setting – this will be a truly unique outdoor experience for this practice.”

Spring Mountain, with skiing and ice skating programs available all throughout the winter months, is the perfect host for the Phantoms outdoor practice.

Begley noted, “We would like to thank Spring Mountain Adventures for hosting the event, and cannot wait to see it happen.”

To learn more about the available activities and book your own for January 22, or other available dates, please visit