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Rayz pummel Killer Bees, 5-1

The Corpus Christi Rayz came into Sunday's game versus the Rio Grande Valley trying to roll the momentum from Friday's dramatic victory over the Lubbock Cotton Kings. After their dominating win over the Killer Bees on Sunday, Rayz fans will be calling for an encore of this game as well. The Rayz rode a three-goal second period to a 5-1 win over Rio Grande Valley at the Dodge Arena and won their fourth game in the last five contests. The Rayz improved their record to 12-10-4 with 28 points and trail the idle Laredo Bucks by just two points for the top spot in the Southeast Division. The Rayz will now have off until they travel to Laredo on Friday night. The Rayz then return home on Saturday to face the Odessa Jackalopes on Saturday, December 23rd for a Holiday Celebration, presented by Champion Honda.

The Rayz, who had Saturday night off, were looking to jump on the Bees early and it didn't take long for them to do just that. Blair Stayzer got the first goal of the game just 1:38 into the game on a rebound chance from the bottom of the slot. The Rayz took a 1-0 lead into the second period after they dominated the opening period, outshooting the Bees 12-3.

In the second period, the Rayz poured it on, breaking the game wide open. Rookie forward Adam Powell scored at 7:45 on his own rebound to make the score 2-0. Corpus Christi added to their lead at 12:42 when Ryan Carter ripped a shot from the right circle that trickled through Jeff Van Nynatten. Van Nynatten was pulled after allowing his third goal of the game, but the Rayz continued their offensive onslaught. Tony Johnson capped the scoring in the period when he bulleted a one timer from the left circle past replacement netminder, Jeremy Symington at 14:06 to make the score 4-0. The Rayz again dominated the frame in shots, outshooting Rio Grande Valley 12-7.

In the third period, the Bees got on the board after Head Coach Paul Fixter was given a penalty and ejected. While shorthanded, Rio Grande Valley's Kurtis Dulle scored from the slot at 1:36 to get the Bees on the board. The Rayz came back and capped the scoring when Powell tallied his second of the game for his first multi-goal game as a pro at 4:32. The Bees outshot the Rayz 13-6 in the final frame.

The Rayz won their second straight and have points in five of their last six games. Corpus Christi finished their week 2-1, while Rio Grande Valley suffered their fourth straight defeat. The Killer Bees fell to 11-11-2 with the loss. Zelenewich made 22 saves on 23 shots for his second win of the week. He improved to 4-4-1. Van Nynatten took the loss surrendering three goals on 24 shots. Symington allowed two goals on 12 shots, but did not figure into the decision. The Rayz win was their second in a row over Rio Grande Valley. For the fourth straight game, the Rayz held the opposition scoreless on the power play. The Rayz went 0-8. Rio Grande Valley went 0-4. The Rayz outhsot the Bees 36-23.
 

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SteelHounds Weekly Report

The Youngstown SteelHounds finish their grueling eight game road trip on a high by taking out the Tulsa Oilers and the Oklahoma City Blazers over the weekend, both by the score of 4-2. The wins gave the Hounds a 4-3-1 record over the three week stint improving them to 12-6-5 (29pts) for the season.

What's on Tap:

Some home cooking is finally being served for the SteelHounds as they will play in the Chevrolet Centre for the first time since November 25th when they host the Austin Ice Bats (10-9-4 24pts) this Thursday, Friday and Saturday night.

Quiet but Lethal for Landolt:

Youngstown forward Shaun Landolt was pivotal in the victories over the weekend recording a goal (7) and an assist (12). He now has 19 points, fourth best on the team for the Cloverdale, British Columbia Native.

The Captain is Streaking:

Captain and assistant coach, Jeff Christian now has the CHL's longest active point streak at 10 games. The veteran had a goal and an assist in both games over the weekend to stay even with line mate Chris Richards for first place in assists (28) and points (42) in the Central Hockey League. The player/assistant coach has recorded a point in every game except one this season.

Are Players Jealous?

Youngstown defensemen, Paul Esdale was targeted all weekend long by opponents and still managed to get two assists in the win over the Blazers on Saturday night. Esdale has six goals to go with his 17 assists for 23 points which puts him sixth best amongst defensemen in the CHL. When asked about why his assistant captain has a bull's-eye on his chest Head Coach, Kevin Kaminski said this: "Hey when you're 5ft9 and the best defensemen in the league, people are going to come after you."

Festivus this Saturday:

Saturday night is Festivus at the Chevy Centre as poles will be scattered all over the arena for fans to enjoy the holiday. This is all part of a three day weekend that includes a gift for everyone on Friday night and student rush night this Thursday. Tickets start at $8 and available by calling the ticket office today at (330) 747-PUCK.
 

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IMPACT Ministries to take turn as featured nonprofit at Tuesday's home game

SOUTHAVEN --- IMPACT Ministries (formerly Desoto Sunrise Homes) is a faith-based agency that has been a part of the community for over twenty years. For the past couple of years IMPACT Ministries has attended the Memphis RiverKings' games as the featured non-profit. Continuing in this tradition, they will be present Tuesday, December 19 as the RiverKings face-off against the Oklahoma City Blazers at 7:05 p.m. at the DeSoto Civic Center.

IMPACT Ministries is a combination of Christian services provided throughout the community and, in particular, children and adolescents who are "at risk". The ultimate goal of IMPACT Ministries is to help the children within their programs become emotionally healthy, productive members of society.

IMPACT Ministries consists of four facets: Sunrise Children's Shelter, Sunrise Home for Girls, Christian Counseling, and a thrift store.

Sunrise Children's Shelter, the only shelter of its kind in Northwest Mississippi, provides emergency shelter to abused and neglected children. Sunrise Home for Girls provides long-term housing for adolescent women, many of which are victims of abuse so severe that they are unable to function in a foster home.

"Once a girl/child becomes one of our girls/children," said IMPACT Ministries Director of Administration Trey Agner. "They will always be one of our children. IMPACT Ministries will always support and take care of our children. K.K. was a resident of ours who will be dropping the puck at the game Tuesday. She now attends Northwest Mississippi Community College, and is doing well. IMPACT is proud to have her represent us for the ceremonial puck drop."

Christian Counseling, part of IMPACT Ministries, is biblical based professional counseling. "We have about six or seven counselors," Agner said. "Individuals can come to us and get counseling from those counselors for any type of need whether it is marriage, divorce, self help, etc. And every category of counseling is available to individuals at a sliding scale reduced cost rate."

IMPACT Ministries boasts a large 30,000 square foot thrift store. Similar to most other thrift stores, the major difference is that IMPACT Ministries store is benevolent. "We help families whose houses, apartments, etc have been burnt down or affected by severe weather," Agner explained. "Though items can be sold at will, with monies benefiting the homes, people in need can come into the store and get whatever necessities they need for free."

IMPACT Ministries recently kicked off the Independence Day Home Giveaway fundraiser. "We broke ground to build a 3,000 square foot, 2 bedroom house in Snowden Grove, Southaven on Wednesday December 13," said Agner. "We are raffling off tickets at $100 a piece. The winner will receive this beautiful house, while all the monies raised will benefit IMPACT Ministries homes."

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RiverKings tickets make great Christmas gifts. Flex Plan packages start at only $88 for 8 Red Level Coupons that can be used for any home game. Ticket Gift Certificates are also available.

Call 662-342-1755 for more information.

Don't miss the next Kevin McClelland Show on Tuesday, January 2 LIVE from Beef O' Brady's in Southaven from 6-7 on Sports 56 WHBQ.

RiverKings Single-Game Tickets for all 2006-2007 home games are on sale now at the DeSoto Civic Center box office and at all TicketMaster locations.

UPCOMING PROMOTIONS: Tuesday, December 19 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Sunday, January 7 --- Post Game Skate with Players; Tuesday, January 9 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Friday, January 12 --- Darrell Stoddard Mini Bobbleheads to the first 1,500 fans; Post Game Skate

After every RiverKings home game, the party heads to the new Buffalo Wild Wings on Airways in Southaven, the official Post Game Hang-Out of the RiverKings.
 

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Getting Busy

Heating Up: The Tulsa Oilers have two home games this week, which start a stretch of four games in five days and seven games in 10 days. The Oilers will host round five of the Johnny Carino's Challenge Cup series with the Wichita Thunder Friday night at 7:35 p.m. and will host the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs (tied with the Oilers for third place in the Northeast Division) Saturday at 7:35 p.m.

All Good Things End: The Oilers saw their six game winning streak (longest since 2002) end in a 5-4 shootout loss to the Memphis RiverKings December 12th. The Oilers suffered their first home ice regulation loss since November 7th when Youngstown downed the Oilers 4-2 on Friday night. On Saturday, the Oilers and Memphis went to overtime for the third time this season, and for the second time this week, Memphis prevailed in a shootout, this time, 4-3.

Two Deuces: Two players had two goal games this week. David Masse scored twice in the first game against Memphis and Jaroslav Cesky had two goals against Youngstown.

Happy First: Defenseman Darryl Smoleroff scored his first professional goal in Saturday's shootout loss at Memphis.

Roster Moves: Defenseman Matt Hanson played his first game of the season Friday night, after suffering a broken jaw in the final preseason game. Right winger Marlon Joseph was placed on injured reserve after leaving Tuesday's game after the first period.

Tickets Here: Oiler tickets are available at all Carson Attraction locations, Drug Mart stores, and by phone at (918) 584-2000.
 

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Mudbugs Weekly

MUDBUGS DROP OT GAME AGAINST WICHITA

The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs played only one game in last week's CHL competition, traveling north to face Wichita on Saturday night at the Kansas Coliseum. After trailing through two periods of play, the Mudbugs stormed back when Cam Abbott fed his brother Chris Abbott in front of the net. Chris Abbott scored his first goal as a Mudbug to put Bossier-Shreveport on the board. Jason Basile converted on the powerplay later in the third period to even the game. The game went to a four-on-four overtime where Joe Blaznek was able to elude the Mudbugs defense and slip the puck by Ken Carroll for the game winning goal. It was the first time Wichita beat the Mudbugs in four meetings this year. The Bugs set a season high with 56 shots on goal.

MUDBUGS STARS OF THE WEEK

JASON BASILE -His powerplay goal evened the game on Saturday.

CHRIS ABBOTT - Scored a goal in his first Mudbugs game.

DANIEL PEGORARO - Assisted on game tying goal to continue his point scoring streak to three games.

UPCOMING GAME PROMOTIONS

CHRISTMAS PARTY - Come celebrate Christmas with the Mudbugs on December 22nd as the Mudbugs take on the Memphis RiverKings. The Mudbugs will be wearing special Christmas Jerseys that will be auctioned off immediately following the game, sponsored by Cajun Coffee House and Le Mode Shoes and Accessories. Then stick around to skate with the Mudbugs players.

CHEERLEADER NIGHT - Anyone wearing a cheerleading outfit gets free admission when the Mudbugs host the Tulsa Oilers on January 5th, 2007 at 7:05 PM. Tickets for family and friends are available at group rate of $9 per ticket. Please call the Mudbugs office at 318-752-BUGS for details.

POWERPLAY WITH SCOTT MUSCUTT -

Catch Powerplay with Head Coach Scott Muscutt tomorrow night, December 18th at 6 P.M. at Buffalo Wild Wings located at the Boardwalk in Bossier City. Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Scott Muscutt and Justin Scholtes will discuss everything involving Mudbugs hockey. You can submit your questions to the coach or players and one lucky winner will walk away with a special Mudbugs prize. Members of the Mudbugs team will also be on hand. If you can't attend the event you can listen to it live on 1130 AM KWKH.

ALL-STAR BANQUET TICKETS ON SALE

Tickets to the 2007 All-Star Banquet dinner presented by Dodge are on sale. The Banquet will be held on January 16th from 5:30 PM-8:00 PM at the Horseshoe Casino RiverDome. Comedian Jim Breuer and Colorado Avalanche President Pierre Lacroix are scheduled to entertain and speak at the event. Tickets are $100 per person. Tables can be purchased for $1,500 and include nine banquet tickets plus dinner with a Mudbugs player of your choice. Players will be reserved on a first come first serve basis. A table of ten can also be purchased for $1,000 dollars without a player. Call 318-752-BUGS to reserve your tickets today. You can also click the link on the left hand side at mudbugshockey.com: Splash, print off the registration form and fax it to the Mudbugs office.

WIN A MAGNUM ALL-STAR CONTEST Fans still have two more days to register to win a trip to the CHL All-Star game on January, 17th 2007. One lucky winner will win the use of a Dodge Magnum for a year and have a chance to win the car outright. Stop by Landers Dodge in Shreveport to register or any one of the participating Dodge dealerships listed online at mudbugshockey.com: Splash. You can also submit a fax entry available online at mudbugshockey.com: Splash.

THIS WEEK -

The Mudbugs get a couple opportunities to gain ground against division opponents over the next week. They host the Memphis RiverKings at home on Friday night at 7:05 P.M. on December 22nd at CenturyTel Center. Then it's back to Tulsa for a game on the night of December 23rd. The following week the Mudbugs return home for a game against the RiverKings the day after Christmas. Single game tickets can be purchased at the CenturyTel Box Office, online at Official Ticketmaster site. Tickets for Concerts, Sports, Arts, Theater, Family, Events, more or by phone at 318-741-9700. Group tickets for both games against Memphis can be purchased by calling 318-752-BUGS.

MUDBUGS RECORD THIS WEEK: (0-0-1)

OVERALL RECORD: (10-9-4)

Tied for 3rd place in Northeast Division (24 pts.)

HOME RECORD: (7-3-0)

ROAD RECORD (3-6-4)
 

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Road trip send off at Windy City Grille

SOUTHAVEN --- The first place Memphis RiverKings will be making a little pit-stop at the Windy City Grille in Como, MS on Thursday afternoon as they hit the road for Bossier-Shreveport and the game with the Mudbugs Friday night. Fans are invited to come and help send the RiverKings on their way as they embark on a stretch of seven straight road games.

The team is expected to arrive at the Windy City Grille at approximately 12:45. The players and traveling staff will eat lunch there, be available to sign autographs and mingle with fans.

The RiverKings started the season by playing 17 of their first 23 games at home, but beginning Friday, the schedule begins to even out. Following Friday night's game in Bossier City, the second ranked RiverKings play at Wichita on Saturday, back at Bossier-Shreveport on Tuesday, December 26, at Youngstown on December 29 and 30, and then at Oklahoma City and Tulsa on January 5 and 6, respectively.

The Windy City Grille is located in downtown Como, MS. They are known for their signature pizzas, great pasta and fantastic burgers and sandwiches. Come have a great lunch and wish your RiverKings luck in the upcoming road games.

Prior to hitting the road on Thursday, the RiverKings play host the third ranked Oklahoma City Blazers tomorrow night (Tuesday) at the DCC at 7:05.

RIVERKINGS ROAD TRIP SEND-OFF

Thursday, December 21

12:45pm

Windy City Grille

217 Main St

Como, MS 38619

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UPCOMING PROMOTIONS: Tuesday, December 19 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Sunday, January 7 --- Post Game Skate with Players; Tuesday, January 9 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Friday, January 12 --- Darrell Stoddard Mini Bobbleheads to the first 1,500 fans; Post Game Skate

RiverKings tickets make great Christmas gifts. Flex Plan packages start at only $88 for 8 Red Level Coupons that can be used for any home game. Ticket Gift Certificates are also available.

Call 662-342-1755 for more information.

Don't miss the next Kevin McClelland Show on Tuesday, January 2 LIVE from Beef O' Brady's in Southaven from 6-7 on Sports 56 WHBQ.

RiverKings Single-Game Tickets for all 2006-2007 home games are on sale now at the DeSoto Civic Center box office and at all TicketMaster locations.

After every RiverKings home game, the party heads to the new Buffalo Wild Wings on Airways in Southaven, the official Post Game Hang-Out of the RiverKings.
 

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See the Rayz tonight at Beamer's Restaurant

The Corpus Christi Rayz would like to invite you to Beamer's Restaurant at 5922 S. Staples St. tonight from 6:00pm-6:40pm for the Rayz Round-Up Radio Show. Tonight's special guest player will be Rayz forward Nick Lindberg. Lindberg will join Rayz Head Coach Ken McRae and Rayz play-by-play broadcaster Josh Bogorad at the show. Fans who attend the show live will have the opportunity to win unique Rayz prizes. Plus fans can participate in the show by asking questions live at Beamer's. Beamer's also has great specials including 35 cent wings and discounted beers and margaritas. The Rayz Round-Up Show will air on Monday Night's throughout the Rayz season and can be heard on the Rayz flagship station ESPN 1230AM. For more information, please call the Rayz at (361) 814-PUCK.

Rayz Round-Up - Live From Beamer's will offer fans an in depth look into the week in Rayz hockey and the upcoming schedule ahead. It is also a chance for fans to connect to their favorite players away from the ice. Fans are encouraged to not only attend the show live, but participate as well. Fans can also submit their questions with an email to [email protected] or call into the show at (361) 884-1230. At each weekly show the Rayz will conduct giveaways consisting of tickets to upcoming games, or Rayz merchandise. All Rayz players and Coach McRae will be available for autographs following each Rayz Round-Up show. In addition to ESPN 1230AM, Rayz Round-Up - Live From Beamer's will be aired via the internet from the Rayz website at Corpus Christi Rayz. Interested fans can click the "Listen to the Rayz Live" link at the bottom of the page.

The Rayz invite all of their fans to join them at Beamer's at 5922 S. Staples for tonight's Rayz Round-Up show at 6:00pm. For more information on Rayz Round-Up this season, please call the Rayz at (361) 814-PUCK or contact Beamer's at (361)992-1291.
 

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Sundogs' Kelly Named CHL Oakley Player of the Week

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. - The Arizona Sundogs' Brent Kelly has been named the CHL Oakley Player of the Week for week nine of the 2006-07 CHL Season. It's the second time this season that Kelly has been named the CHL Player of the Week.

In two games against Southwest Division Rival the New Mexico Scorpions in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, Kelly tallied six points.

The Kitchener, Ontario native collected four points (2g/2a) in a 6-5 loss on Friday night and two goals including the game winner in OT in a 4-3 win on Saturday night.

Kelly's six points in two games against the Scorpions has earned him CHL Oakley Player of the Week honors for week nine in the Central Hockey League.
 

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Rocky Mountain Rage Weekly Update

LAST WEEK'S RECORD: 0-2-1 OVERALL RECORD: 6-14-3, 15 pts., 4th Place Northwest Division

Dec. 13 vs. Oklahoma City Blazers, 5-2 Loss - The Rage opened a season-long four-game home stand with a loss to the league's best road team. Nick Warriner scored a power play goal and Bret DeCecco scored the team's first short-handed goal of the year in the set-back.

Dec. 15 vs. Colorado Eagles, 4-3 Overtime Loss - The Rage had to overcome two one-goal deficits to force overtime before the visitors won the contest 2:09 into the extra session. Nathan Rosychuk had a hand in every Rocky Mountain goal with three points (2g-1a), and defenseman Jordan Little recorded an assist and scored a game-tying goal with 12 seconds remaining in the second period to deadlock the game at three.

Dec. 16 vs. Colorado Eagles, 2-1 Loss - In the finale of a two-game set at Broomfield Event Center between the two in-state rivals, the Rage's Chip Dunleavy scored a power play goal late in the second period to send the teams to the third tied for the second consecutive evening. But the Eagles tallied a power play marker mid-way through the final frame to spoil a 50-save effort from Rocky Mountain netminder David Guererra.

THIS WEEK'S UPCOMING GAMES

Thursday, Dec. 21 vs. Lubbock Cotton Kings, 7:05 p.m. MST - Rocky Mountain concludes its longest home stand of the year as the Cotton Kings make the first of two trips to the BEC.

Saturday, Dec. 23 @ Colorado Eagles, 7:05 p.m. MST - The Rage look to improve upon their 2-5-1 record in the Rocky Mountain Rivalry. Five of the teams' previous eight head-to-head clashes have been one-goal contests with a sixth having been decided by one goal plus an empty-netter in the final seconds.

**Both games this week can be heard on KLZ 560 AM. Thursday's tilt will be tape delayed beginning at approx. 8:15 p.m., while Saturday's action will be live beginning with the pre-game show at 6:50 p.m.**

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* After going the season's first 20 games without a short-handed goal, Bret DeCecco and Nathan Rosychuk scored shorties in back-to-back games for the Rage last week.

* DeCecco's short-handed effort was the team's second unassisted goal of the season. Nick Warriner registered an unassisted tally on Oct. 27 at Youngstown.

* Guererra's 50 saves on Saturday set a new team record, surpassing the 39 saves he made on Dec. 2 in a 2-1 shootout win against the Wichita Thunder.

* Guererra leads the CHL in saves (588), is second in minutes played (1,062), and is 10th with a .913 save percentage.

* The one standings point earned for Friday's overtime loss snapped a string of four straight regulation losses for the Rage. Their winless slide has grown to six straight (0-5-1), though, dating back to the win on Dec. 2.

* Anders Strome (12g-7a) and Mark Wires (7g-12a) are tied for the team scoring lead with 19 points.
 

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Sundogs Partner with McWhite's North American Van Lines

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. - The Arizona Sundogs and McWhite's North American Van Lines welcomed the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona to the Tim's Toyota Center Monday to donate toys to underprivileged children in Northern Arizona.

The Boys and Girls Clubs' visit started with a complete tour of the new Tim's Toyota Center in Prescott Valley. The tour ended in the Sundogs locker room where the entire team was waiting with toy trucks donated by McWhite's North American Van Lines. The children were also given two tickets to an upcoming Sundogs' home game.

Participating children were identified and selected by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona and the Prescott Valley Police Department.

"The event was tremendous," said Sundogs Vice President Brent Thiessen. "The look on the children's faces when they walked into the locker room was memorable. We're happy to be able to have helped with such a worthy cause. I'm not sure who enjoyed the toy trucks more, the players or the kids," added Thiessen.
 

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Scorpions add proven scorer in Herrington

The New Mexico Scorpions, proud member of the Central Hockey League (CHL), have played their best hockey over the last three weeks and Head Coach Ray Edwards continues to make his team even stronger. The Scorpions have come to terms with forward Jamie Herrington.

Herrington comes to the Scorpions in his fourth year of professional hockey. The Cornwall, Ont. native arrives in New Mexico after spending last season in with Villard-de-Lans.

"Jamie has proven he can score at each level of hockey he has played," said Edwards. "Adding Jamie up front will only make our offense stronger. We were very fortunate to get a player of his caliber at this point in the season."

After spending four years at Dartmouth College , where he was captain for two seasons, Herrington spent his first two professional seasons in the ECHL with Richmond and Pensacola . While in Pensacola Edwards met Herrington during his rookie season when Edwards was the assistant coach for the Ice Pilots. The 28-year-old has played in 110 professional games scoring 80 points (21G, 59A).

Herrington will make his Scorpions debut this weekend when the Scorpions host Lubbock on Friday night and travel to face the Sundogs in Arizona on Saturday. To make room on the roster, Jake Brenk has been waived.

OPEN PRACTICE

The Scorpions are inviting the public to an open practice this Wednesday, Dec. 20 at the Santa Ana Star Center . New Mexico will take the ice at 10 a.m. for approximately 90-minutes.

Following practice, fans are invited to eat lunch with the players on the north concourse. Lunch will be available at a highly discounted price for this special event.

The Scorpions return to home ice Friday night for the annual "Teddy Bear Toss." All fans are invited to bring teddy bears to the game to throw on the ice after the Scorpions score their first goal. The Lubbock Cotton Kings will be in town for the 7:35 p.m. face-off. Be sure to visit GetTix.Net for the "All In Holiday Internet Special" for great deals on tickets.

Flex plan tickets are still available for the remainder of the 2006-07 season. Fans can become a Scorpions partial season ticket holder by choosing as little as four games to attend the rest of the season. Half season ticket plans are also available to fit any budget by calling the Scorpions office at (505) 881-PUCK [7825] or by visiting scorpionshockey.com: Home.
 

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Cotton Kings Weekly Notes

KINGS GET THREE OF FOUR TO REMAIN IN FIRST

The Lubbock Cotton Kings grabbed three out of a possible four standing points with a 1-0-1 record during the week to maintain themselves atop of the jam packed Southwest Division in the CHL. The Kings opened the week Friday in Corpus Christi and fell 3-2 in an overtime shootout before an overnight return trip home to shutout Laredo 3-0. Only four standing points separate the division leading Kings and the Amarillo Gorillas, who are at the bottom of the division. Lubbock is in sole possession of first place, entering the week, with Arizona and Odessa each one standing point back. The Kings will have a north to south three-in-three weekend this week, which opens with a road trip to Broomfield, Colorado to face the Rocky Mountain Rage Thursday before closing out the road trip against the New Mexico Scorpions Friday and returning home to host Amarillo Saturday.

HOORAH PERRAS

The Central Hockey League announced their Oakley CHL Players of the Week for Week Nine and selected Cotton Kings goaltender J.F. Perras as the Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week. The Embrun, Ontario native went 1-0-1 on the week and stopped 73 of 75 shots on goal for a 97.3% save percentage for the week. Thirty-three of the saves were registered Saturday night against the Laredo Bucks, as Perras recorded his first professional shutout. Perras, who leads the CHL in assists by goaltender with two, has an active shutout sequence at a Kings season high mark of 105:55. The honor is Perras' first and it marks the ninth time a Kings goaltender has received the award in franchise history. He is the sixth different individual to receive the accolade for the Kings (Darcy Austin, Mike Brusseau, Brett Koscielny, Lance Leslie and Kyle Stanton). Lubbock is the first team this season to have two different goaltenders receive the honor this season.

MILLER TIME

Just prior to gametime Saturday night, the Lubbock Cotton Kings added a new face to the roster with the signing of John Miller to a contract. The 5'10 180-pound right-handed defenseman from Grand Ledge, Michigan joins the Kings after arriving back to North America from Sweden. He suited up with the Kings Saturday and earned a +2 plus/minus rating. Miller began his rookie season this season in Sweden with the Div. II's Boro Vetlanda HC. He appeared in 12 games and had 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points. The 25 year old spent the four prior seasons with Northern Michigan University, where he combined for 3 goals and 19 assists in 115 games played. Prior to UNM, Miller played junior hockey in the United States Hockey League (USHL) with Sioux City (99/00) and in the North American Hockey League (NAHL) with Bozeman (00/01 - 01/02) and Capital Centre (00/01).

DINE WITH THE KINGS AT ROADHOUSE TUESDAY

The Lubbock Cotton Kings will be dining together Tuesday from 4-6 PM at Texas Roadhouse on South Loop 289 and are inviting season ticket holders and fans to come eat with them. Meals are not provided (not free), but fans are able to take part in a raffle for the "King for a Day" prize package. The raffle tickets are for the package will be drawn for at the March 3rd game and they must be present to win. The package includes dinner for two at Texas Roadhouse, two tickets to the game on March 24th, Limo ride to and from the game and a one night stay at Residence Inn. Tickets are $2 or 6 for $10.

TOYS FOR TOTS

The Lubbock Cotton Kings have once again teamed up with the United States Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots program during the holiday season. The Kings are encouraging fans to bring toys on December 23rd to be donated to unprivileged children. Individuals bringing donations will receive a free game program. It is encouraged to drop toys in specially marked Toys for Tots barrels inside the coliseum, unless the toys are plush. Plush items (stuffed animals) should be thrown onto the ice after the Kings score their first goal.

COTTON KINGS STOCKING STUFFERS

If your looking for a special Christmas gift for your friend or loved one, take a look at the Cotton Kings Entertainment Stocking Stuffer. The Entertainment Pack includes a ticket to Cotton Kings home games on December 26, 29 and 31st, a free round of miniature golf at Lights Out Golf located in South Plains Mall, a free pass to a Lubbock City Museum (Buddy Holly Center / Silent Wings) and a limited edition signed photo of the Cotton Kings captains. All for the price of $40. The Entertainment Pack can be purchased at the Cotton Kings offices and additional info can be found by calling the Kings offices at 747-7825.

THE WIENERSCHNITZEL TOP DOG OF THE WEEK

Each week a member of the Cotton Kings is selected as the "Wienerschnitzel Top Dog of the Week" for their performance in the previous week's games, and this week's recipient for their effort last week is goaltender J.F. Perras. The first year pro was previously highlighted with his Oakley CHL Goaltender of the Week honor. It is the third consecutive week Perras has claimed the Weinerschnitzel weekly honor and his December play has been tremendous. Despite the 2-2-1 record he has during December, he has a 1.30 GAA and a 96.3% save percentage in 6 games played during the month. Perras is also 3-0-0 at home.

THIS WEEK'S "INSIDE THE NUMBERS"

4 - Game Winning Goals - Simon Watson not only leads the Kings in game winning goals, but his fourth of the season on Saturday places him tied for second in the CHL and leading all CHL rookies in the category.

11-1-1 - Record - The Kings are 11-1-1 this season when scoring at least 3 goals in a game.

200 - Games - Cotton Kings defenseman Stacey Bauman will play in his 200th career pro game on Saturday at home against Amarillo.

WEEK IN REVIEW

Dec. 15 @ Corpus Christi OTL(so) 2-3 Top Star: CRP - Kevin Watters (2 goals)

Dec. 16 vs. Laredo W 3-0 Top Star: LUB - J.F. Perras (33 saves, SO)

WEEK AHEAD

PRACTICE SCHEDULE: Tue: 9:30 - 11AM, Wed: Depart for Road Trip...

Thu. Dec. 21 8:05 pm @ Rocky Mountain Rage Radio: KKAM 1340 AM TV: None

Notes: The Kings open their three-in-three weekend Thursday night with their first ever venture to Broomfield, Colorado to face the Rocky Mountain Rage. It is their first of two visits on the season to Broomfield and the second of three eventual meetings. Lubbock leads the season and all-time series 1-0-0 after a 3-0 shutout on November 11th in the only prior match-up. Simon Watson led all scorers offensively in the game with 2 points (1g,1a).

Fri. Dec. 22 8:35 pm @ New Mexico Scorpions Radio: KKAM 1340 AM TV: CHLTV.COM

Notes: The game will be the second of eight match-ups on the season between the two teams and the second of four at the Santa Ana Star Center. New Mexico won the prior match-up this season 4-2 on November 9th for a 1-0-0 season series lead, and this match-up will be the 59th all-time meeting. Kyle Nosan had each of Lubbock's goals in the loss. Lubbock holds a 28-22-8 all-time record against the Scorps with former King Jan Melichercik leading the all-time series with 16 goals and 33 assists for 49 points, while New Mexico barely holds the season advantage with a 29-20-8 mark. Former Scorpion Peter Ambroziak leads the series offensively with 59 points (20g,39a).

Sat. Dec. 23 7:05 pm vs. Amarillo Gorillas Radio: KFYO 790 AM TV: CHLTV.COM

Notes: It's "Christmas in the Kingdom" as the Kings close out the week with a contest against the I-27 rival Amarillo Gorillas in Lubbock. It is the fifth of 11 meetings on the year, the third of five in Lubbock and the 79th all-time meeting. Lubbock brings in a 44-22-12 all-time series record and Amarillo brings a 34-38-6 all-time series mark. Lubbock leads the season series 4-0-0 and is led by Trevor Weisgerber (4g,3a) and Kyle Nosan (2g,5a), who each have 7 points in the series. The Gorillas are led by Bill Vandermeer, who has five goals in the series. Former King Jan Melichercik (10g,34a) has 44 points against Amarillo to stand as the all-time leader in scoring against Amarillo for the Kings. Amarillo's all-time leader in scoring against Lubbock is former Gorilla Derek Hahn, who has 16 goals and 28 assists for 44 points.
 

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Thunder splits another weekend

RIVERKINGS GET REVENGE- A week after the Thunder handed Memphis their worst loss of the season, Memphis turned the tables, rolling to a 6-2 home win on Friday. Derek Landmesser led Memphis with four assists, as the RiverKings outshot the Thunder 47-15. Wichita managed just one first period shot, tying a franchise-record. Kris Wiebe and Jeremy Koning scored Wichita's goals.

THUNDER SURVIVES MUDBUG ATTACK- Joe Blaznek's breakaway goal, off a beautiful pass from George Halkidis, gave the Thunder a much-needed 3-2 overtime victory over Bossier-Shreveport on Saturday night at the Kansas Coliseum. The Thunder built a 2-0 lead on goals by Jeremy Koning and Halkidis, only to see the Mudbugs tie the game with two goals on 23 third period shots. Goaltender Sebastien Laplante held the Mudbugs at bay, however; making 54 saves for his seventh victory of the season.

DÉJÀ VU?- Wichita's overtime home victory over the Mudbugs was a bit familiar. On Saturday, December 20th, 2003, a struggling Thunder team, with a record of just 10-13-4, beat Bossier-Shreveport at home in overtime, beginning one of the greatest runs in CHL history. From that day on, Wichita went 24-11-1 and cruised into the second round of the CHL playoffs.

.500 STREAK COMES TO AN END- With Friday night's loss, the Thunder saw their record dip below .500 for the first time in nearly three years. Wichita had not been below .500 since January 8, 2004 - a streak of 172 games - when they had a mark of 15-16-4. Oklahoma City now holds the mark for consecutive games above .500, at 69 games.

WELCOME BACK GEORGE- Defenseman George Halkidis played a huge role in Saturday's win, scoring a power play goal and assisting on the game-winner. Halkidis had returned to the lineup the night prior, after missing 16 games with mononucleosis. Still, Wichita played two men short both Friday and Saturday and have had a full 18-man lineup only six times this season. Defenseman Darren McMillan missed both games this weekend and hopes to return to the lineup this week. Forward Dave Starenky missed Saturday's game and also hopes to return to the lineup.

MILESTONES- Joe Blaznek's overtime game-winner was the 100th goal of his Thunder career, making him just the fourth Thunder player to reach the 100-goal plateau. With 447, veteran Travis Clayton needs one assist to pass Brett Seguin for fourth place on the all-time CHL assists list. With 289, Clayton is also just one goal shy of tying Don Parsons for fourth place in CHL history for goals scored. With 928, Clayton and Ryan McLean both passed Sean O'Reilly for second on the all-time Thunder penalty minute list.

THUNDERBOLTS- Sebastien Laplante ranks sixth in the CHL with a .925 save percentage...Wichita still ranks third among 52 "AA" hockey teams in North America, averaging 6,498 fans per game...Wichita leads the CHL in penalty minutes (801), minors (243) and is second for majors (33)...Matt Coughlin (119) and Steve Dix (115) rank third and fourth respectively in the CHL for penalty minutes...The Thunder are 9-1-2 in games decided by two goals or less...1-10-0 in games decided by more than two goals...Wichita has scored just 15 third period goals and is averaging a CHL-low 30.2 shots per game.

PROMOTIONS- The Thunder set a new-franchise record Saturday for the fifth annual Bank of the West Teddy Bear Toss Night, collecting 1231 new teddy bears. The old record was 1148, set last season. This Saturday's game is sponsored by Moonwalks For Fun.

THIS WEEK'S GAMES:

Wednesday, December 20- Wichita at Colorado 8:05 PM 1410 AM

Friday, December 22- Wichita at Tulsa 7:35 PM 1410 AM

Saturday, December 23- Memphis at Wichita 7:05 PM 1410 AM

LAST WEEK'S GAMES:

Friday, December 15- Wichita 2 at Memphis 6 Loss

Saturday, December 16- Bossier-Shreveport 2 at Wichita 3 Win (OT)

PRACTICE SCHEDULE: None (Out of Town)

METAL BLADE RECORDS PLAYER OF THE WEEK-

Goaltender Sebastien Laplante 1 GP, 1-0-0, 54 Saves
 

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Sundogs to Donate $6,000 to Local Charities During December 23 Game

PRESCOTT VALLEY, Ariz. - During the first intermission of the Saturday, December 23 game against Southwest Division rival, the New Mexico Scorpions, the Arizona Sundogs will make a donation of $6,000 to local charities raised during a November 22 Thanksgiving jersey auction.

During the December 23 game, the Sundogs will wear special Christmas-themed jerseys. At the conclusion of the game, the team will hold a live jersey auction, their second jersey auction to raise money for charity.

The $6,000 raised will be divided among six local non-profit agencies that have partnered with the Arizona Sundogs in their Team Up For Hope campaign in which money raised will be distributed throughout surrounding communities to make Northern Arizona a better place to live. The six charities receiving $1,000 each are Stepping Stones Agencies, Boys and Girls Clubs of Central Arizona, Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters, the United Way, Yavapai Food Bank and Prescott Area Habitat for Humanity.

"The jerseys are fun," said Head Coach/GM Marco Pietroniro. "We're happy to be able to raise money for local charities that will put the money to use and make our community a better place to live. We will wear theme jerseys several more times throughout the year to continue to be able to give back to the charities and organizations that do so much for families in Northern Arizona."
 

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Gorillas game postponed by weather

AMARILLO, TX - The Amarillo Gorillas of the Central Hockey League (CHL) have been forced to cancel this evening's game against the Laredo Bucks due to inclement weather. A make-up date will be determined in the near future and should be announced by the end of this week. The tickets for this evening's game will be honored for the make-up game. The Gorillas apologize for any inconvenience.

Season ticket packages and corporate partnerships for the 2006-2007 season are available now! Individual game tickets, as well as great group rates, can be purchased at the Gorillas Hockey Office, located at 1934 Civic Circle off of I-40 and Georgia, the Civic Center Box Office and all Panhandle Ticket Outlets. These include Randy's Music Mart, the West Texas Event Center in Canyon and United Supermarkets. Tickets can also be charged by phone at (806) 378-3096 or (806) 242-PUCK (7825).
 

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Bucks Game Tonight At Amarillo Postponed

AMARILLO, Texas - The defending CHL President's Cup Champion Laredo Bucks announced today that their game in Amarillo has been cancelled due to inclement weather. The makeup date will be announced at a later date. The Bucks are home this Friday against Corpus Christi. The first 2,500 fans receive a Coach Terry Ruskowski Bobblehead doll courtesy of AT&T and Cingular. Fans can get four tickets, four hot dogs, and four sodas (a $100 value) for $48. The Bucks are offering a family four pack of season tickets for the 2006-07 CHL regular season, which works out to just over $7 a seat per game and is a 48 % savings off walkup prices. For more info on 2006-07 Bucks season tickets log onto Laredo Bucks or call (956) 718-BUCK (2825).

2006-07 BUCKS SINGLE GAME TICKETS ON SALE

- Single game tickets for the Bucks start at $14.95. Of the 32 home games, 25 will take place on either a Friday, Saturday or Sunday. Game times will remain the same for the 2006-07 season. Weekday games begin at 7 p.m., while Friday and Saturday night games are at 7:30 p.m. Sunday games will be at 4 p.m.

2006-07 BUCKS SEASON TICKETS

- The Bucks are offering a family four pack of season tickets for the 2006-07 CHL regular season, that works out to just over $7 a seat per game and is a 48 % savings off walkup prices. For more info contact a Bucks season ticket representative at (956) 718-BUCK (2825).

BECOME A BUCKS CORPORATE PARTNER

- Your company can become a vital part of the Laredo Bucks family by reaching our fans with your business message. To create a customized advertising package for your company, contact Summer Barrera at (956) 523-7723 or [email protected].

BUCKS IN THE COMMUNITY

- To schedule an appearance by a Bucks player, coach, or member of the front office staff call Traci Melendez at (956) 718-BUCK (2825) or email her at [email protected].

POST-GAME SKATES

- There will be post-game skates at the LEC following Friday, Saturday and Sunday games. The only exceptions will be if there is a post-game jersey auction, there will not be a post-game skate.

BUCKS ON THE AIR

- Listen to every Bucks game, home and away, on Norteno 1490. You can also hear the Bucks online at Laredo Bucks.

BUCKS HIGHLIGHTS ONLINE

- Listen to audio highlights of the Bucks online at Laredo Bucks in the multimedia section.
 

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SteelHounds Prepare for Big Holiday Weekend with Numerous Promotions

YOUNGSTOWN, OHIO - The Youngstown SteelHounds are preparing for a big three-game weekend fresh off their eight game, 21-day road trip that concluded on Saturday night with their third victory in four games. The SteelHounds will host the Austin Ice Bats on Thursday, December 21st, Friday, December 22nd and Saturday, December 23rd and the Memphis RiverKings on Friday, December 29th and Saturday, December 30th. All games will face-off at the Chevrolet Centre at 7:05 PM (EST).

There are several promotions for each game making the Chevy Centre the place to be during the holiday season. During all five December home games, kids ages 15 and under are able to receive $2.00 off any price level ticket (excluding family section). With the holiday break, this gives parents a great alternative for something to do with the kids.

On Thursday night, it is Student Rush with college students receiving an $8.00 ticket for any section with a valid college ID. It will also be Ladies' Night with all ladies receiving $2.00 off any price level (excluding family section) and there will be a post-game bachelor's auction with defensemen Kelly Sickavish and Josh Reed scheduled to be auctioned off for dinner on a TBD date.

Highlighting Thursday's festivities will be the appearance of Youngstown native and Miss August 2001 Jennifer Walcott who will be on hand to drop the first puck and sign autographs during the intermissions.

On Friday night versus the Ice Bats, it will be a "Gift for Everyone" as every fan through the door will receive a special gift courtesy of the SteelHounds, Greenwood Chevrolet/Hummer, Casals de Spa and Salon, Arby's, Chick-Fil-A, Bahama Tanning, YMCA, Olive Garden, Damon's, Judi Conti, Dairy Queen and McDonald's.

On Saturday, it will be the SteelHounds version of Festivus from the Seinfeld television series. There will be aluminum poles in the arena, feats of strength during the intermissions and airing of grievances throughout the night. Following the game, there will be a free post-game skate for all fans. Skates are not available at the arena so please bring your own.

For more information contact the SteelHounds Media Relations department at (330) 747-PUCK (7825) or visit the team's online home at Youngstown SteelHounds Hockey, Central Hockey League, Youngstown, Ohio.

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***Fans, also be sure to visit Youngstown SteelHounds Hockey, Central Hockey League, Youngstown, Ohio and sign up for your own page on mysteelhounds.com through ONE Site. The new feature is an online community where fans can interact with players, front office staff members and other fans from around the CHL.

***Don't forget that each and every Monday night is Hounds Happy Hour on ESPN Radio, 1240-The Fan. Join host Tim Sampsell as he wraps up the teams action from the previous week, takes a look ahead to the coming week and interviews some of the top names from the Hounds and around the CHL.
 

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RiverKings season ticket holder takes home a diamond

SOUTHAVEN --- Deborah DePriest almost passed out during the RiverKings game at the DeSoto Civic Center last Saturday night (Dec. 16). No, it wasn't due to the exciting nature of the team's shootout win that night over the Tulsa Oilers. The Coldwater, MS resident had even more to be excited about that night. She came away as the winner of the Q107.5 "Ice on Ice" diamond giveaway.

"It was very exciting," DePriest said. "I couldn't believe I won it."

DePriest and her husband Randy are RiverKings season ticket holders. The first game Deborah ever attended was the game five President's Cup clinching win in 2003.

"I don't think I have missed a game since," she said. "I was hooked."

The RiverKings teamed up with Q107.5 and Coradini Fine Jewelers in Memphis for the promotion and giveaway, just in time for the holidays.

"They (the promotion sponsors) saved me some money this Christmas," Deborah's husband Randy joked. "Actually, she shook from the excitement for the rest of the game."

As the winner, Deborah was presented a $500 gift certificate from Coradini Fine Jewelers to use as she wishes.

"I will probably use it on a ring," she said.

In order to win the prize, Deborah needed to be one of the first 107 ladies through the door. Each of those 107 ladies received envelopes with cubic zirconias in them. The original group was then paired down to a smaller group of 20 that was then escorted onto the ice during the intermission. The winning envelope had a pink cubic zirconia, the rest where white.

"All I can remember is they told us to open our envelopes," she said. "When I saw that I had the pink one, I screamed."

The RiverKings congratulate Deborah and thank Q107.5 and Coradini Fine Jewelers for their part in the promotion.

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RiverKings tickets make great Christmas gifts. Flex Plan packages start at only $88 for 8 Red Level Coupons that can be used for any home game. Ticket Gift Certificates are also available.

Call 662-342-1755 for more information.

Don't miss the next Kevin McClelland Show on Tuesday, January 2 LIVE from Beef O' Brady's in Southaven from 6-7 on Sports 56 WHBQ.

RiverKings Single-Game Tickets for all 2006-2007 home games are on sale now at the DeSoto Civic Center box office and at all TicketMaster locations.

UPCOMING PROMOTIONS: Tuesday, December 19 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Sunday, January 7 --- Post Game Skate with Players; Tuesday, January 9 --- WMC TV Channel 5 CheerStix to first 1,500 fans; Friday, January 12 --- Darrell Stoddard Mini Bobbleheads to the first 1,500 fans; Post Game Skate

After every RiverKings home game, the party heads to the new Buffalo Wild Wings on Airways in Southaven, the official Post Game Hang-Out of the RiverKings.
 

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Nine-year NHL veteran VandenBussche added to Scorpions roster

The New Mexico Scorpions, proud member of the Central Hockey League (CHL), continue to bolster up with the roster with the signing of NHL veteran Ryan VandenBussche. The long time veteran will also serve as a player/assistant coach during the remainder of 2006-07 season.

VandenBussche is a valuable addition to a one of the youngest squads in the CHL. The 6-foot, 205 pound forward comes to New Mexico after beginning the year in Finland with Jokerit Helsinki.

"Bringing in a player with Ryan's experience will be a great asset to our younger players," said Scorpions' President Dave Ellett. "Ryan will be counted on to assist Ray Edwards and Randy Murphy in the development of our younger core players."

The signing on VandenBussche gives the Scorpions a player with 310 NHL games under his belt. The forward scored 20 points (10G, 10A) and amassed 702 penalty minutes while playing with the New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins.

"I am excited to come to New Mexico and help the Scorpions," said VandenBussche. "I also look forward to learning about the coaching aspect involved with my role."

"Ryan will help our club in numerous ways on and off the ice," said Edwards. "He will provide a unique perspective with his NHL experience off the ice and will add an extra dimension on the ice."

The Scorpions have collected points in their last eight games and have risen to within three points of first place in the Southwest Division. In other roster changes, Konrad Reeder has been moved to the 45-day injured reserve.

OPEN PRACTICE

The Scorpions are inviting the public to an open practice this Wednesday, Dec. 20 at the Santa Ana Star Center. New Mexico will take the ice at 10 a.m. for approximately 90-minutes.

Following practice, fans are invited to eat lunch with the players on the north concourse. Lunch will be available at a highly discounted price for this special event.

The Scorpions return to home ice Friday night for the annual "Teddy Bear Toss." All fans are invited to bring teddy bears to the game to throw on the ice after the Scorpions score their first goal. The Lubbock Cotton Kings will be in town for the 7:35 p.m. face-off. Be sure to visit GetTix.Net for the "All In Holiday Internet Special" for great deals on tickets.

Make sure to be a part of hockey history when the Stanley Cup comes to the Santa Ana Star Center Friday, Dec. 29. Get your tickets now for the Scorpions games against Arizona and spend time with the most revered trophy in North America .

Come see the young, tough and exciting New Mexico Scorpions at the Santa Ana Star Center . Flex plan tickets are still available for the remainder of the 2006-07 season. Fans can become a partial Scorpions season ticket holder by choosing as little as four games to attend the rest of the season. Half season ticket plans are also available to fit any budget by calling the Scorpions office at (505) 881-PUCK [7825] or by visiting scorpionshockey.com: Home.
 
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