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Former prospect of the Philadelphia Flyers has died at age 43


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Daniel Lucente
July 8, 2024  (7:21 PM)
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Tony Voce playing in an AHL game with the Philadelphia Phantom
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Tony Voce, a former prospect within the Philadelphia Flyers organization, has sadly passed away at the young age of 43.

The sad news was shared to the hockey world on Monday by the 'Missin Curfew' podcast. Voce also played in the AHL for the Philadelphia Phantoms. He was only 43 years old.
"Sad to learn that Tony Voce, former Philadelphia Phantom and Boston College player has passed away at age 43

Voce was born in Philly and was a friend of @larryfknflowers

Rest in Peace Tony 🙏🏻"

Voce was born in Philadelphia and played very well while at Boston College in the NCAA for the four years he was there. He totaled 167 points in 159 career games. In 2004, he signed a professional contract with the Flyers, via free agency, as he was never drafted.
Voce never really had any NHL success, as he spent his entire career in the minors. He did win the Calder Cup in 2005, after which he flew overseas to Europe to play for teams in Finland, Austria, and Germany. In 2009 he packed his bags and headed back to North America, where he played with the Ontario Reign, which was a team in the ECHL, after which Tony retired.
Rest In Peace Tony Voce 🙏 He was a great teammate and an even better person. Sending love and prayers to his family.

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Condolences go out to Tony's family. He will be missed.
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