Put Lou Nolan in the Philadelphia Flyers Hall of Fame

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Lou Nolan has been the Flyers PA Announcer since 1972. Before that, he has worked for the team since the team began play in 1967. Generations of Flyers fans have grown up on his voice at Flyers home games. Lou has called 8 Stanley Cup Finals, two NHL All-Star Games, an NHL Draft, a Winter Classic, the NCAA Frozen Four and the 2002 Winter Olympics. With the death of owner/founder Ed Snider, the amount of original Flyers remaining has dwindled. Lou has served the organization from the beginning capably and professionally from Day 1, and he is beloved by millions of Flyers fans worldwide. For his exploits, he was inducted into the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame. Now, we believe it is time for the team to give Lou his due. We trust our beloved Flyers to do the right thing!