Bernie Parent to attend Trenton Titans Game on Dec. 14th

December 6th, 2012 | Comments (0)

Trenton, NJ - NHL Hall of Famer and hockey legend, Bernie Parent, will at the Sun National Bank Center on Friday , December 14th. He will be here to sign autographs and discuss his new book “Journey Through Risk and Fear.”   Autographs will take place near Gate A beginning at 6:15pm until the start of the game and during 1st intermission.  

He will have the following for sale and autographed:
-Hard Cover Copy of his book, “Journey Through Risk and Fear”
-8” by 10” Photographs
-Autographed pucks
-Other items and fan items (with the proceeds going to homeless in Philadelphia)
All the items listed above, include other items and fan items, will be sold and/or autographed for $20.

Bernie is best known for being the clutch netminder on the Philadelphia Flyers’ championship teams. Parent became a sports hero in the City of Brotherly Love. One local bumper sticker read, “Only the Lord saves more than Bernie Parent.” Part of the Flyers’ Broad Street Bullies, Parent and his teammates won the Stanley Cup twice in a row, in 1974 and 1975. In both seasons, Parent won the Vezina Trophy as best goalie and the Conn Smythe Trophy as playoff MVP. Sadly, Parent’s remarkable career was short-lived. In a freak accident, a stick hit him in his right eye when he was 34, causing permanent damage to his depth perception and his ability to focus. Parent was forced to retire from hockey in 1979. He was inducted into the NHL Hall Of Fame in 1984.

To purchase tickets for this game, call the Titans’ Front Office at (609) 341-1100, or go to

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