This Is How the Philadelphia Flyers' Ice Gets Torn Up at the Wells Fargo Center

Ryan Glasspiegel

The Philadelphia Flyers’ season came to an end on Wednesday night with a 2-1 loss to the Rangers. If you’ve ever pondered what exactly happens to the ice in arenas when hockey is over, wonder no longer — the process doesn’t really appear to be that scientific or graceful. They just take a couple snowplows to it, go in all sorts of directions, and move on with their lives.

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