GLENS FALLS - The Adirondack Phantoms are saying goodbye to Glens Falls as the hockey team will play its final home game at the Glens Falls Civic Center on Friday night.
The community from the get-go that the Phantoms would provide a temporary hockey fix in Glens Falls.
Despite the team’s losing record over the past five years, the fans kept the turnstyles spinning – averaging more than 4,000 per game in a civic center that seats 4,800.
“We’re tremendously proud of our players here, and we’re tremendously proud of the fans who have come out and supported us,” said Chris Porreca, Executive Vice President of the Phantoms.
As the Phantoms skate off the ice the final time, fans will also get to see Shayne Gostisbehere of the NCAA Championship Union College Dutchmen is playing his first professional hockey game.