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Flyers Family Snapshot

Meet five Philadelphia Flyers wives — real moms who give us a peek at their off-ice lives raising kids in the area.




Photography by Joanne Posse

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These women take the term "hockey mom" to a whole new level. Click through to meet five fantastic Philadelphia Flyers wives who put family first and immerse themselves in Philly-area fun.

The Flyers Charities
The Flyers wives are the public face of the Flyers Charities. "The wives are busy with fundraising and charitable initiatives throughout the year," says Mary Ann Saleski, senior vice president/executive director of the Flyers Charities. "It lets them get out into the community and become a real part of where they live and work."

Annual events like the Flyers Carnival, player-autographed stick auction and golf tournament raise money to support hundreds onf nonprofits throughout the greater Philadelphia area
 

 

 

Anne Gill (wife of defenseman Hal Gill)


Dale Rosehill (wife of left wing Jay Rosehill)


Nadine Coburn (wife of defenseman Braydon Coburn)


Cindy Salvadore (fiancee of forward Steve Downie)


Dina Hall (wife of right wing Adam Hall)

 

Photography by Joanne Posse. Hair & makeup by Suede Salon, Marlton, NJ : Tara Reilly & Nicholas Rebecca, stylists; Kelly Crossley & Patty Day, makeup artists. Promotional consideration by Stur.

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