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Giveaways for First 1,500 Fans at Thursday’s ‘Girls Hockey Night’ vs Guelph

The new-look Peterborough Petes will host former assistant coach Jake Grimes and the Guelph Storm for the only time this season on Thursday, January 11 at 7:05pm.

The game will mark Andrew Verner’s first home game since being named Interim Head Coach, and the first appearance of newly acquired right winger Brady Hinz.

Thursday’s game is sponsored by Reliance Home Comfort, who will be giving away free Reliance water bottles and Reliance reusable grocery bags to the first 1,500 fans through the doors.

More than 300 Peterborough Girls Hockey Association (PGHA) players will take in the game with their teammates and families. PGHA representatives will take part in a pre-game ceremonial puck drop. Fans are invited to participate in the second intermission chuck-a-puck, the proceeds from which will directed to the PGHA, supporting women in sport. Prizes up for grabs include a team signed Petes jersey, a $50 Lansdowne Place gift card, and an Ice Kats prize pack.

PGHA Chuck-A-Puck - Jan 11, 2018

Students of St. Martin Catholic Elementary School will perform the national anthem.

Game tickets are available starting at $8 through the Collins Barrow PMC Box Office, online, or by phone at (705) 743-3561.

Petes Holiday Flex Packs are available while supplies last. Receive four regular bowl flex vouchers to be used at any remaining January home games, as well as two Petes rocks glasses for just $59.99, a savings of over 40%. Don’t forget to download the free Petes Mobile App, available for iPhone or Android devices.

2017-18 Holiday Flex Pack Half Page Flyer

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