Flyers Remain Unbeaten Through Three Games

Plus: Snow leopard cubs go under the knife, a SEPTA train crashed into a car, City Council green-lights a new curfew, and more of what Philly is buzzing about today

Flyers Move to 3-0-0. The new-look Flyers outscored the Canucks 5-4 last night to remain undefeated to start the year. It’s only been three games, but, really, what’s 79 more? [The 700 Level]

Zoo Vet Operates on New Snow Leopard Cubs. An upper-eyelid deformation called for surgery on two male cubs—a procedure that is a lot more complicated when you’re dealing with wild animals and an overprotective mama cat. [Inquirer]

SEPTA High-Speed Train Hits Parked Car. A car was parked on the tracks in Havertown and a SEPTA high-speed train crashed into it injuring 15 people. [6 ABC]

City Council Okays New Curfew Bill. Members of City Council gave the okay for a new bill redefining the curfew for minors in the city. The curfew is built around the school year—giving kids an extra hour in the summer—and calls for parents to be fined when their children break the new rules. [Inquirer]

The Well Starts Composting. Waste Management, Comcast-Spectacor and Aramark began working together last night to reduce their collective carbon footprint. They did so by starting a program to compost as much of the commercial food waste from Flyers games as they could. Approximately 75 percent of the waste from games can be composted and will be sent to Delaware to be turned into organic soil products. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Jersey Zoning Board Turns Down Pot Shop. The proposed medical marijuana dispensary to occupy a spot just off the turnpike in Maple Shade got shot down at a zoning board meeting in Maple Shade last night. [6 ABC]