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Wings Players Attempt To Clear Schuylkill River

03/03/2003, 10:10am EST
By National Lacrosse League

Philadelphia Wings 13-year starting goaltender Dallas Eliuk and second-year forward Tony Henderson attempt to clear the Schuylkill River outside Y100's studio by using their lacrosse sticks to throw a ball across the River. Eliuk and Henderson will perform this stunt live on Y100's Morning Show with Preston and Steve. Callers will get to guess the result of this stunt in attempt to win tickets to the Wings game this Saturday at 1 p.m. at the First Union Center against the New York Saints.

Eliuk, the most decorated goaltender in indoor lacrosse history, has tallied 320 saves in nine games this season. Henderson is second in goals scored for the Wings this season, with 17 goals in just nine games. Both Eliuk and Henderson are excited to attempt to clear the Schuylkill River, which is at least the width of 1 and a half football fields.

The Wings (4-5) are in second place in the Eastern Division of the National Lacrosse League, behind Colorado Mammoth by one half of a game. The Wings have two home games left after they host the New York Saints (1-9) on Saturday at 1 p.m.: including March 15 at 8 p.m. vs. the Buffalo Bandits and March 22 at 8 p.m. vs. the Calgary Roughnecks.

March Madness packages featuring the final three regular season home games are now available by calling (215) 389-WINGS. Packages start as low as $60. Individual game tickets for Wings indoor lacrosse are $18, $23, and $27 in advance ($20, $25, and $29 on game day) and are available at the First Union Center box office and all Ticketmaster locations.

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