Petes to host $5 Student Night on Thursday

The Peterborough Petes are on home ice twice this week, first hosting the Central Division-leading Sudbury Wolves on Thursday, March 12 at 7:05pm. It will be the team’s only $5 Student Night of the season – all elementary, secondary, and post-secondary students can purchase a ticket in the Mary Brown’s Family Zone for just $5, while supplies last.

Thursday’s game is presented by Real Canadian Superstore. A couple of lucky fans will compete in an on-ice shopping cart race for the chance to win 250,000 PC Optimum

Evan Sheffield, a kindergarten teacher at R.F. Downey Public School who will be performing in the upcoming Peterborough Theatre Guild production of Annie, will sing the national anthem.

On the ice, the Petes will look to earn their fifth straight win in what will be their final regular season match up against the visiting Wolves. Nick Robertson, who has 55 goals on the season and 5 in his last three games, continues to hunt down the Petes’ single season goal scoring record of 63 set by Scott Tottle in 1983-84.

After the game, be sure to stick around for our post-game autograph session which will feature defenceman Jacob Paquette and goaltender Tye Austin.

Support the Petes as they pursue post-season positioning with a Playoff Push Pack! Get four ticket vouchers, two foam fingers, two cowbells, and an autographed 5×7 player photo for just $69.99 plus HST – a savings of more than $75.00! Click here to purchase online, or contact Mike in the Petes office by email or by phone at (705) 743-3681 x 263.

Tickets for all regular season home games are available through the PMC Grant Thornton Box Office in person and over the phone at (705) 743-3561 Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 5:00pm, and 24 hours a day online.

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