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Wheeling Nailers (9-12-1) at Reading Royals (10-9-4) 6:35 p.m. ET
* Nailers rookie Jon Smyth has seven-game assist streak (10a), tying him for ECHL season high.
* Chris Bala leads Reading against Wheeling with four goals and eight points in three games.
* Jordan Cameron has two goals in last two games and leads Wheeling with 12 goals.
* Royals have won season-high three games in a row and are 5-1-1 in their last seven games.

Idaho Steelheads (12-8-2) at Utah Grizzlies (5-14-3) 7:15 p.m. MT
* Steelheads have won last four meetings and are 8-1-1 against Grizzlies, including 2-1-0 at Utah.
* Brad Herauf leads the Grizzlies against Idaho with four goals and six points in three games.
* Utah's Rob McVicar is 3-2-1 with goals-against average of 2.75 in six home games.
* Idaho's Derek Nesbitt has an assist (9a) and a point (5g-9a) in his last seven road games.

Premier 'AA' Hockey League Fast Facts
* Affiliations with 25 of the 30 teams in the National Hockey League marking 10th consecutive season that the league has had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL.
* 309 former ECHL players have played in NHL.
* 163 have made NHL debut in the last five seasons, including goaltenders Barry Brust, Joey MacDonald, Mike Smith and Mike Wall, center Drew Larman and right wing Jesse Schultz this season, and a record 47 in 2005-06.
* ECHL has been represented on last six Stanley Cup champions.
* Two NHL head coaches (Peter Laviolette & Jim Playfair) and 9 assistant coaches have ECHL experience.
* Affiliations with 24 of the 27 teams in the American Hockey League.
* ECHL has been represented on last 17 Calder Cup champions.
* For each of the past four seasons, ECHL has had more players called up to AHL than all other professional leagues combined. From 2002-06 the ECHL had 1,646 call ups, involving almost 1,000 players, including 416 call ups involving 263 players last season.
* Idaho Steelheads and City of Boise will host the 15th Annual ECHL All-Star Game presented by Rbk Hockey on Jan. 17 and the 10th Annual ECHL All-Star Skills Competition presented by Rbk Hockey on Jan. 16 at Qwest Arena.
* ECHL and its member teams contributed more than $2.3 million for charity and relief funds in 2005-06.
 

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Pensacola Organization Fined

PRINCETON, N.J. - The ECHL announced on Monday that it has fined the Pensacola Ice Pilots organization an undisclosed amount under Rule 71 - Video/DVD Procedure in the ECHL Playing Rules.
 

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Victoria Salmon Kings game notes

Tuesday, December 12, 2006 -- 7:11 p.m. (MT)

LAST GAME : Long Beach took the lead in the first period while on the powerplay. Victoria swept up in the second stanza with a 1-1 tying goal from Derek Krestanovich and a go-ahead goal from veteran and team goal-scoring leader Wes Goldie. The Salmon Kings were hosting their second annual Teddy Bear Toss and the donated toys were launched onto the ice by fans following the first Victoria goal.

The Salmon Kings held the lead in the third period and added an insurance goal with under ten minutes remaining. Goldie grabbed his second goal of the game finishing a feed from Jordan Krestanovich

3-1 Salmon Kings

DO THE BLUELINE SHUFFLE : The Salmon Kings witnessed the return of Veteran All-Star Defenseman Steve Lingren in games two and three of the series versus the Ice Dogs. Lingren had missed the previous nine games.....Andy Zulyniak returned from waivers on Saturday to add depth to Victoria's suffering roster numbers....Matt Kelly posted his first pro goal on Friday. It was scored shorthanded and was the game winner. He also notched an assist on Saturday.

SIBLING SYNERGY : Brothers Jordan and Derek Krestanovich almost didn't arrive in Victoria due to a damaged vehicle in the drive from Pensacola, but once they hit the ice, they clicked. Jordan tallied three points (2 goals, 1 assist) in his debut with the Salmon Kings, and the natives of British Columbia combined for eight points (4 goals, 4 assists) in the complete series against Long Beach. They are both on a four-game point streak, extending from their last game with the Pensacola Ice Pilots before the trade with Victoria.

MOOSE CALL : Salmon Kings forward Milan Gajic was absent from the last series lineup because of a call from the Manitoba Moose (AHL). Gajic garnered a three-point game (2 goals, 1 assist) in a 4-1 Manitoba win versus Peoria on Dec 8.

LUCKY 13 : The Salmon Kings have three players currently ranked 13th in the ECHL in various points categories.

o Wes Goldie, Goals (12)

o F.P. Guenette, Assists (17)

o Kiel McLeod, PP Goals (6)

versus Phoenix in 2005-06 PLAYERS TO WATCH

Record: 1-3-2

Goals for: 16

Goals against: 18

Key game: 5-0 win @ Phoenix on March 20, 2006. This win was part of the five game streak in which the Salmon Kings were unbeaten in regulation. #16 Wes Goldie (F)

- On a four-game point streak (4 g, 3 a) and on Saturday earned his seventh multi-point game of the season.

#12 F.P. Guenette (F)

- Leads Victoria with 23 points (6 g, 17 a).

- On a four-game point streak (1 g, 5 a).

#35 Julien Ellis (G)

- earned a pro career best 0.971 save percentage in Saturday's 3-1 win (his 0.903 overall is 3rd in ECHL among rookie goaltenders)

IR LIST CONTRACTED PLAYERS TRANSACTIONS

3-day

Kiel McLeod (F) 7-day

Phil Cole (D) 30-day

Brad Cook (D) NHL (Vancouver) Guenette, Ellis

AHL (Manitoba) Kelly added, Dec 9 Andy Zulyniak (D)

NEXT GAME: @ Long Beach, Friday December 15, 7:30 p.m. (PT), Long Beach Arena
 

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Cyclones Drop Bomb on Dayton, 3-0, Tuesday Night

CINCINNATI, Ohio - Cincinnati Cyclones rookie goaltender Cedrick Desjardins turned aside 30 shots in a 3-0 win over the Dayton Bombers on Tuesday night. The win put the Cyclones back at the .500 mark at 10-10-1.

Following a scoreless first period, the Cyclones opened the scoring when rookie forward Torry Gajda fired in his eighth goal of the season at 3:01 of the middle frame. Gajda broke a four-game goal scoring draught with the tally. Jean-Michel Daoust and Cory Urquhart picked up the assists.

Rookie Mathieu Aubin scored his first goal as a Cyclone in the first minute of the third period and Jean-Michel Daoust netted his sixth tally of the season midway through the third frame to ice the game for Cincinnati.

Rookie goaltender Cedrick Desjardins was solid in goal for Cincinnati, turning aside 30 shots in picking up his sixth win of the season. Desjardins leads the ECHL in shutouts with three.

The Cyclones improve to 10-10-1, fifth in the North Division-four points out of first place. Cincinnati plays host to Johnstown on Thursday (Dec. 14) and Friday (Dec. 15)-both games are at 7:30pm at U.S. Bank Arena. The game will be broadcast on the team's website Cincinnati Cyclones : Cyclones-Hockey.com. Dayton is now 9-6-1 and sits in fifth place in the North Division.

Tickets for all Cyclones games can be purchased at the U.S. Bank Arena box office, all Ticketmaster outlets including select Kroger stores, charge by phone at 513-562-4949 or online at ticketmaster.com. The most up-to-date information and broadcast of the games can be found on our website Cincinnati Cyclones : Cyclones-Hockey.com.
 

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RoadRunners Hook Salmon Kings 4-2

PHOENIX, Ariz. - Justin Aikins broke a 2-2 tie with 10:23 remaining in regulation and the Phoenix RoadRunners tied a club record with 54 shots on goal in defeating the Victoria Salmon Kings 4-2 before 2,959 at US Airways Center in ECHL action Tuesday.

The RoadRunners (13-10-0) opened the scoring with a power play goal in the final minute of the first period. Brett Smith to the left-side of the Victoria net lifted the puck over the shoulder of Goaltender Julien Ellis off the cross-bar and into the cage at 19:38 for a 1-0 lead.

Victoria (9-12-1) netted the equalizer at 5:46 of the second period on the power play. From the far corner, Mike Stutzel fed the puck to the streaking Darryl Lloyd and Lloyd lifted a backhand shot over RoadRunners' goaltender Cody Rudkowsky to tie the game at 1-1. But the RoadRunners would regain the lead with another late period goal. Jeff Kyrzakos tallied his third of the season jamming the loose puck along the ice by Ellis at 18:05 to give Phoenix a 2-1 lead going into the second intermission.

The Salmon Kings would counter to start the third as Steve Lingren tipped the puck over Rudkowsky and into the net at 5:42 to tie the game at 2-2. Aikins responded less than four minutes later, collecting his own rebound in front of the cage and stuffing it by Ellis at 9:37 to give the RoadRunners a 3-2 lead they would not relinquish. Scott May sealed the win with a slap shot from the right-wing circle that beat Ellis over the glove at 17:03 of the third.

Phoenix out-shot Victoria 54-25. Rudkowsky stopped 23 shots to improve to 3-3-0 on the season. The RoadRunners went 1-6 on the power play while Victoria was 1-4 with the man advantage.

Notes: Smith extended his personal goal streak to six games...The RoadRunners extended their club record to 14 consecutive games with a power play goal...Phoenix took a season-low five penalties for just 10 minutes...Defenseman Mathew Deschamps made his RoadRunners' debut. Deschamps was acquired from Charlotte for future considerations Monday.

The RoadRunners open a three-game series with the Texas Wildcatters at 6:05 p.m. Thursday at Ford Arena in Beaumont. Catch all the action live at phxroadrunners.com: Home beginning with "RoadRunners Countdown" at 5:45 p.m.

Phoenix returns to US Airways Center at 7:11 p.m. Thursday, December 21 as they welcome back the Victoria Salmon Kings. Doors open at 6:00 p.m.

Individual game tickets for the 2006-07 regular season start as low $7 in the lower section and can be purchased at the US Airways Center Box Office and at all Ticketmaster outlets including Ticketmaster.com. Information on season tickets, half-season packages, and flex plans are available by calling (602) 462-GOAL.
 

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Ellis elite in Salmon Kings 4-2 loss

Victoria, BC - The Victoria Salmon Kings, proud affiliate of the Manitoba Moose and the Vancouver Canucks, tried to hit the road running in the single game versus Phoenix to kick off their six-game trip. Veteran Defenseman Steve Lingren was assigned as alternate captain, due to the absence of Kiel McLeod, and notched two points, and Julien Ellis handled 54 shots in the Salmon Kings 4-2 loss to the Roadrunners.

Ellis made 16 saves in the opening stanza until the home team made it count on their third powerplay of the game. Phoenix Forward Brett Smith posted his ninth goal of the season batting at a rebound at the left of the crease and going top corner with 21 seconds remaining in the first period.

The Salmon Kings tied the score 1-1 at 5:46 into the second period. In a Victoria powerplay, Mike Stutzel carried the puck to the Phoenix net, passed by the right of the crease and threw a turnaround pass to the trailing Darryl Lloyd. Lloyd lifted the biscuit to the top shelf past Goaltender Cody Rudkowsky for his sixth goal of the season. The Roadrunners regained the lead with 1:55 remaining in the second as Jeff Kyrzakos smacked away at a rebound resulting from a slapshot from the left point. Ellis made another 14 saves in the middle frame.

Lingren evened the score 2-2 at 5:42 into the third period. In a 4-on-4, Defenseman James DeMone started the play carrying the puck out of the Salmon Kings zone and passing up to Ryan Wade. Wade shuffled the puck to Jordan Krestanovich, whose low slapshot was tipped over the shoulder of Rudkowsky by Lingren, planted in front of the crease.

The Roadrunners answered at 9:37 into the final frame with Justin Aikins' 11th goal of the season. Aikins pounced on his own rebound to give Phoenix the 3-2 lead. With 2:57 remaining in the game, Scott May added an insurance marker with a laser from the right circle on the Roadrunners' 53rd shot of the game.

Final score: 4-2 Roadrunners

Rudkowsky wrangled his third win of the season, and Ellis, in his third consecutive start, suffered his sixth loss. Victoria went 1 for 4 on the powerplay and Phoenix scored once in six opportunities with the man advantage. The Roadrunners outshot the Salmon Kings 54-25. Victoria (9-12-0-1) will return to Phoenix on Dec 21, but will first battle Long Beach this Friday, while Phoenix heads to Beaumont, Texas for a three-game series versus the American Conference leaders, the Wildcatters.

NOTES:

- Julien Ellis tallies his third game this season with 50+ saves.

- Jordan Krestanovich extends his point streak to five games (3g, 4a)

- Steve Lingren posts his first points since returning from IR with one goal and one assist.

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Ice Pilots dumped by Checkers, 5-2

PENSACOLA, FL - The Pensacola Ice Pilots surrendered two second and two-third period goals and fell to the Charlotte Checkers 5-2 on Tuesday night at The Hangar.

It was the third straight loss by the Ice Pilots and it snapped a two-game winning streak against the Checkers. Charlotte improved its record to 13-9-0-1 for 27 points while the Ice Pilots fell to 5-15-1-1 for 12 points.

The Checkers got on the board with a late first-period goal and then an early second-period marker to make it 2-0. Charlotte scored what proved to be the game winner midway through the third period on the power play to make it 3-0.

Later in the period, the Checkers added a couple of power play goals to make it 5-0 before Pensacola answered with its own when Dwayne Hay scored on a wrist shot on the power play from Travis Lisabeth goaltender Mike Ayers. Near the end of the game Adam Taylor scored from Dallas Steward and Lisabeth and it was 5-2.

Pensacola out shot Charlotte 38-36. There were a total of 20 power plays in the game as Charlotte was 3 for 12, while Pensacola was 1 for 8.

There was a skirmish in the third period that saw four members of the Pensacola Ice Pilots ejected from the game and that included Rob Rankin, Brent Henley, Mario Joly and Jason Goulet. Three Charlotte Checkers' players were also ejected from the game as well.

The Pensacola Ice Pilots return to action on Friday when they travel to Gwinnett for the first time this season to face the Gladiators at 7:30 pm eastern, 6:30 pm central time. Fans can tune into the game via the Internet only at Pensacola Ice Pilots :: Home of your Pensacola Ice Pilots by clicking on the sportsjuice logo. The game will not be available on Classic Country AM1620 due to a high school football all-star game.

The road trip will continue on Saturday when the Ice Pilots visit Columbia, South Carolina to visit the Inferno. The game can be heard on Classic Country AM1620 beginning with Ice Pilots Countdown to face-off at 5:45 pm central. The face-off will follow at 6 pm. Central time.
 

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Checkers close out road trip with 5-2 triumph at Pensacola

(Pensacola, Florida - Tuesday, December 12) The Charlotte Checkers wanted to close out their season-long, five-game in nine-day road trip with a win, and one of their rookies helped them to do it. Dan Murphy scored two goals and added two assists for a four- point game, and veteran Alex Westlund made 36 saves as Charlotte defeated Pensacola 5-2 Tuesday night in Florida.

The victory allowed the Checkers to even up their road-trip record at 2-2-1, while they also squared their season series with the Ice Pilots at 2-2. Mark Lee, Bryan Rodney and Nathan Gillies scored single goals for Charlotte, with Dwayne Hay and Adam Taylor lighting the lamp for Pensacola. Ice Pilots goalie Michael Ayers took the loss with 31 saves. The Checkers also took advantage of numerous penalties by the Ice Pilots, going 3 of 12 on the power play.

The game was a rough one with 160 penalty minutes, including 99 for the Ice Pilots. A third-period brawl saw eight player ejections, with four by each team.

"We came out really sluggish tonight, but Westy (goalie Alex Westlund) held us in early and we were able to gut out a win," remarked Charlotte Coach Derek Wilkinson. "Tonight's game was probably the worst game we played on the road trip. It's strange how it sometimes works out. You can play well and lose like we did Friday night in Texas, or you can play poorly and win like we did tonight."

The Checkers scored the lone first-period goal as Murphy netted his second of the season with three minutes to go in the stanza for a 1-0 Charlotte advantage. The first ten minutes of the game though belonged to the Ice Pilots, as they peppered Westlund en route to an early nine to one shot advantage.

Charlotte banged home two goals in the second period for a 3-0 lead. The Checkers second goal came from Lee 1:30 into the period, with Rodney scoring Charlotte's third goal from between the circles on a two-man advantage power-play goal midway through the stanza.

With thirteen minutes left in the third period, a brawl broke out and eight players, four from each team, were ejected. The melee started when Pensacola's Rob Rankin was checked along the boards by Charlotte's Mike Ouellette. Checkers players ejected included Adam Nightingale, Kenny Smith, Kirk DeWaele and Zdenek Bahensky, while Brent Henley, Rankin, Jason Goulet and Mario Joly were Pensacola players tossed by referee David Jones.

After the fights, several penalties by Pensacola would lead to two more Checkers power-play goals by Gillies, and Murphy with his second of the night for a 5-0 lead. The Ice Pilots would ruin Westlund's shutout bid with seven minutes left on Hay's goal. A late Pensacola goal in the final minute would close out the scoring for the 5-2 Checkers victory.

The win was Charlotte's second straight, and improved their overall record to 13-9-1 for 27 points. Pensacola's record fell to 5-15-2 for 12 points.

CHECKERS TUESDAY NIGHT SCRATCHES: Dusty Jamieson and Jan Vodrazka

FOR BOXSCORE CLICK: ECHL - Premier 'AA' Hockey League

Charlotte will return home to Charlotte Bobcats Arena on Friday, December 15 to host the Trenton Titans at 7:30 p.m. at Charlotte Bobcats Arena. The December 15 contest is a "Futures Fridays" game presented by Amtrak. The Checkers will wear their New York Rangers style jerseys, and all fans will have an opportunity to register to win a free trip to Raleigh to see the Checkers parent club, the New York Rangers, take on the Carolina Hurricanes on February 15 courtesy of Amtrak.

Tickets for all Checkers home games can be purchased on the official team web site at The Official Site of The Charlotte Checkers :, on the telephone by using a credit card and calling 1-800-495-2295, or by visiting the Charlotte Bobcats Arena box office.
 

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Iron Mascot streak to end Friday

Cal Ripken's Iron Man Streak, Brett Favre (consecutive starts, still going) now Freddie Falcon. That's Right! Freddie Falcon will miss his (it's) first Falcons home game in more than nine years on Friday when the Evil Bakersfield Condors invade the Save Mart Center at 7:30pm. WHY? Freddie is getting a holiday makeover at the Spectrum. Freddie will reappear this Sunday for the game against Victoria at 5pm with a whole new look and style. Freddie has gone through a couple of makeovers throughout his career as the Falcons Mascot. Back in 2000 Freddie went with the feathers and sunglasses look. By 2003, Freddie decided to go with more of a mean and lean Falcon look, and now Freddie has decided that a change is needed and has deemed it necessary to miss Friday's game to finally take the plunge and get the makeover. Freddie's good friend the San Diego Chicken has been counseling Freddie. "I told Freddie that you have to be able to stand in front of a mirror, look yourself in the beak and like what you see. If you want to change your look, go for it and don't worry about ruffling feathers". In celebration of Freddie's streak, the Falcons have announced that "old Freddie dolls" soon to be collectors items will be on sale at the game for only $ 10.00.

Freddie, who has reserved his official comment until Sunday would only say "I will miss the fans this Friday but I have invited my good friend Jumpin' Jack to perform at Friday's game and hopefully be a good luck charm against the Evil Condors". Freddie will be stopping by the Falcons Season Ticket Dinner tonight at 6pm at the Radisson to wish the team good luck against the Evil Condors, then it's off to Bingham Toyota for a personal escort to the Spectrum for the makeover.

Freddie will miss this Friday's game against the Evil Condors at 7:30pm. All fans attending Friday's game are encouraged to donate at least 2lbs of non perishable food for the Community Food Bank, and the Falcons are wearing holiday jerseys to be auctioned off after the game for the American Red Cross Save A Family Campaign. The Falcons also welcome the Hooters Girls to the game on Friday which also features an American Red Cross Volunteers parade during the First Intermission.

The "New Look Freddie" will debut on Sunday at 5pm against Victoria. Sunday is a Comcast Cable/Pump It Up Kids Day. All Kids tickets are half price. Sunday features an appearance by local artist Dora Mora who will be on hand to teach the kids about painting and Sunday also features a Post Game Holiday Skate with the Falcons.

Tickets for both games are on sale at the Save Mart Center and Ticketmaster. For more information call the Falcons at 485-PUCK!
 

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Checkers autograph session at SunCom Wireless store tomorrow

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Alex Westlund, Bryan Rodney, Nathan Gillies and Dan Murphy of the Charlotte Checkers will be at the SunCom Wireless store in the Overstreet Mall tomorrow from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

The players will be signing autographs and the Checkers will provide refreshments and give away several prizes.

The SunCom Wireless store is located between Starbucks and Chick-fil-A in the Overstreet Mall in the Bank of America Corporate Center.

The Checkers are back at home at 7:30 pm Friday vs. Trenton. Tickets for Friday's game can be purchased by calling 704.342.4.ICE or purchase and print your tickets at home by visiting Charlotte Bobcats Arena :: Home.
 

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Fraser Gets First Call-up

N. CHARLESTON, S.C. - The South Carolina Stingrays and head coach Jason Fitzsimmons announced today that defenseman Jamie Fraser has been called up to the Syracuse Crunch, the American Hockey League affiliate of the National Hockey League's Columbus Blue Jackets.

Fraser, 21, is in his first professional season and is currently the CCM Vector ECHL Rookie of the Month for November. The Sarnia, Ontario native has a team-leading 26 points (5g-21a) in 23 games this season including at least one point in the last seven games. Fraser's best season came during the 2005-06 season with the Sarnia Sting of the Ontario Hockey League. He recorded 42 points (16g - 26a) in 65 games that year.

"This is a great opportunity for Jamie," noted Fitzsimmons. "The Columbus organization has been keeping watch on him all season and I wish him luck up in the AHL."

Fraser is expected to be in the Crunch's line-up on Friday night when they take on the Springfield Falcons.

In other transaction moves, defensemen Marc Busenburg has been re-assigned back down to the Stingrays after playing nine games with the Hershey Bears, South Carolina's AHL affiliate. His stint up in Hershey leaves him just one game shy of being eligible for the ECHL playoffs. Busenburg played 12 games with the Stingrays before being called up to the Bears on Nov. 15th, and recorded 6 points (3g-3a) in that span.

The Stingrays take to the road at 7:05 p.m. on Friday against Columbia at the Carolina Coliseum. For live play-by-play action join Mike Kelly, "Voice of the Stingrays" on ESPN Radio 910 The Team and online at stingrayshockey.com: Home beginning at 6:50 with the Benito's Pre-game Show. Watch the game live on the web telecast for $6 each at stingrayshockey.com: Home, courtesy of B2 Networks.

South Carolina's next home game is at 7:05 p.m. on Saturday versus the Florida Everblades at the North Charleston Coliseum. Million Dollar Chuck-A-Puck returns! It's also Moe's Night sponsored by Moe's Southwest Grill. Stop by your local Moe's to enter to win the chance to play dodgeball against Moe's employees during Saturday night's game.

Don't miss the fast-paced, action-packed, family affordable fun! Purchase your flex ticket package today. You pick the games; you pocket the savings! Call 744-2248 to talk to a ticket manager for more information.

Individual tickets can be purchased at the North Charleston Coliseum box office, by calling Ticketmaster at 554-6060 and online at Official Ticketmaster site. Tickets for Concerts, Sports, Arts, Theater, Family, Events, more.

Discounted groups tickets, birthday packages, Kids Club information and fundraiser opportunities are available by calling 744-2248 or by visiting online at stingrayshockey.com: Home. Stingrays Hockey - A Whole Lot Cooler!
 

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Wheeling's Guenther Fined

PRINCETON, N.J. - The ECHL announced on Friday that it has fined Wheeling forward Joe Guenther an undisclosed amount as a result of his actions at the conclusion of ECHL Game #251 against Toledo on Dec. 8.

After the game had ended, Guenther was assessed a major penalty and a Game Misconduct under Rule 62 - Spearing.

Guenther is fined under Rule 29 - Supplementary Discipline.
 

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Diego Visits Condorstown this Saturday

Bakersfield, Calif - "Go, Diego, Go!" Diego, the action-adventure hero, animal and nature lover will be in Condorstown this Saturday, Dec. 16th, when the Condors take on the Victoria Salmon Kings. Doors open at 11a.m., puck drops at noon. A big Condors fan, Diego will be on hand for photo opportunities and everyone in attendance will receive a Condors holiday poster courtesy of Bright House Networks, La Preciosa 105.3 and Rio Bravo Country Club. The poster features forwards Alexandre Bolduc, Rane Carnegie, Todd Griffith, Josh Liebenow and defensemen Tyler Scott and Steve Rodberg.

Saturday is also a Kids Club Day, as all Condors Kids Club members will receive free admission when they present their ID badge at Rabobank Arena box office, courtesy of Bright House Networks, Bakersfield Californian and Wells Fargo Bank. It's a Turn Hockey Into New Knowledge (T.H.I.N.K) Day, which allows students to earn terrace tickets to Saturday's game through exceptional academics and behavior. And Condors fans, don't forget to bring a new, unwrapped toy for the R&D Leather Furniture and Stay Focused Ministries Toy Drive and receive a $1 terrace admission. As well, Bright House Networks is presenting another Family Day, where subscribers can receive $5 admission per person by presenting the coupon available in their cable bill.

After the game, stop by the Holiday Inn Select Autograph Booth located on the concourse behind section 108 and get your holiday poster signed by Rane Carnegie and Todd Griffith.

This Thursday join Voice of the Condors Jake Stevens and Head Coach Marty Raymond live at the Condors Coach's Show at the Q Street Lounge inside the Holiday Inn Select. Special guests include players Danny Taylor and Josh Liebenow. The Coach's Show can also be heard live on KGEO Hot Talk AM 1230. The Holiday Inn Select is located at 801 Truxtun Ave.

Most games, home and away, can be seen online through B2 Networks, accessible via Official Website of the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL, and can be heard live on KGEO Hot Talk AM 1230 with "Condors Countdown" starting 15 minutes prior to face off. Saturday's game will be televised live on Bright House Ch. 21 and re-aired Sunday at 7:00pm. All games can also be heard online at Official Website of the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL.

Individual game tickets are now on sale and may be purchased through the Rabobank Arena Box Office, which is open from 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday with extended hours on game days. Tickets may also be purchased by phone through at 322-2525, online at Official Website of the Bakersfield Condors of the ECHL, or at any Ticketmaster location.

Season tickets, mini-plans and group outings are available at the Condors office located at 1001 Truxtun Avenue or by calling at 324-PUCK (7825).
 
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