When they’re not playing hockey the Flyers are one of the most charitable professional sports teams around. The young players learn early on how important it is to help out the community. Top prospect Shayne Gostisbehere, one of the more charitable young players, has been going around Philadelphia to known haunted houses warning families moving in about the presences of ghosts.
“Ghost is be here!” proclaimed Gostisbehere at one haunted manor near the Schuylkill River.
Although not the savviest speaker, Gostisbehere’s message is very clear and not mistaken as meaning anything else.
“He saved our family from moving into a home where children were murdered,” said Lyndsey Riley, a lesbian with two adopted Korean children. So you know, not a REAL family.
Gostisbehere’s sixth sense is something he hopes can help him on the ice this season whether in Philadelphia or elsewhere.
“Happy is to just playing be!” said Gostisbehere on having the opportunity to play professional hockey.