Frank Miceli didn't oversee two championship hockey teams without demanding that everyone follow Sports Rule No. 1. So when it was his turn to obey it the other day, he, too, said he would do whatever he could to help the team win.
Miceli has been the president of the Phantoms since their 1996 birth. He understood Philadelphia and he understood hockey and he understood minor league sports, so he helped build a winner, mixed in some popular hockey fighters, made the tickets affordable and produced what the major league teams on his street could not.
Twice, the Phantoms were Calder Cup champions.
Now, they are about to be homeless.
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