November 26, 2012 - Ontario Hockey League (OHL) - Peterborough Petes
This will be a very busy week for the Peterborough Petes with three home games scheduled against the Oshawa Generals on Tuesday, Belleville Bulls on Thursday and Sarnia Sting on Saturday.
Tuesday November 27th, 2012 - The Petes host East Division rival Oshawa Generals for the third of four times this season. This will be their fifth meeting of the season as they have also played the Generals twice at the GM Centre in Oshawa. The Generals have won three of the four meetings with the Petes victory coming in a shootout on October 28th in Oshawa. Tuesday's game vs. the Generals is sponsored by Magic 96.7fm where one lucky fan will have the chance to shoot for a 50" HD Television. Magic 96.7fm and the Petes are also encouraging all fans to wear white to the game. The "Calendar Girls" and Eddie Shack will be on hand to sell and autograph calendars in support of Home Grown Homes. Following the game, Petes defenceman Peter Ceresnak will be signing his limited edition player card at the Sign-A-Rama fan zone in the East lobby. Also, Peter's 2011-12 game worn jersey will be raffled off in the main lobby with proceeds going to the Petes player's education fund. Tickets for the raffle are just $2.
Thursday November 29th, 2012 - The Petes host East Division opponent Belleville Bulls for the first of three times this season. The Petes and Bulls play a total of six times each year, and are yet to have met this season. Thursday's game is the Petes annual Faith night where fans can purchase a regular bowl ticket for $16 using the promo code FAITH at the Memorial Centre box office. Fans will also have the chance to win an ipad mini as well as tickets to Boots and Hearts Music Festival. Following the game, Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender James Reimer will be speaking on the ice. James is a humble man who has risen to the top of the game of hockey to play in the NHL. He loves to tell the story of how his FAITH impacts his life and game of hockey. The following day is a PA Day for both local school boards.
Thursday's game is also sponsored by Culligan, the Good Water Company and Mark's Work Wearhouse. Following the game, Petes Assistant Captain Derek Mathers will be signing his limited edition player card at the Sign-A-Rama fan zone in the East lobby. Also, Derek's 2011-12 game worn jersey will be raffled off in the main lobby with proceeds going to the Petes player's education fund. Tickets for the raffle are just $2.
Saturday December 1st, 2012 - The Petes host the Sarnia Sting and 3rd overall pick in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft Alex Galchenyuk for the only time this season. In their only other meeting this season on November 24th, the Sting beat the Petes in Sarnia. Saturday night is also the annual Kinsmen Santa Claus Parade down George St. ending at Morrow Park. Once again this year fans will be asked to use the Lock St. entrance to enter the main parking lot as well as to allow a little extra time to get to the Memorial Centre due to road closures and increased vehicle and pedestrian traffic. Saturday's game is sponsored by Tim Horton's and will feature a pair of Timbit challenge mini games in the intermissions as well as great prize giveaways compliments of your Peterborough & Area Tim Hortons owners. Following the game, Petes goaltender Michael Giugovaz will be signing his limited edition player card at the Sign-A-Rama fan zone in the East lobby. Former Petes forward Lino Martschini's 2011-12 game worn jersey will be raffled off in the main lobby with proceeds going to the Petes player's education fund. Tickets for the raffle are just $2.
Petes Store Special - The Petes Store will be selling the Red TPT Petes Jersey's for just $60 while quantities last. This is a savings of 50%. The Petes Store also has new stock arriving daily for the Christmas season including Gift Cards of all denominations.
To purchase tickets to any Petes home games stop by the Peterborough Memorial Centre Box Office or visit www.gopetesgo.com. New this year is the Petes Family Zone located in the north end of the Memorial Centre where all tickets are just $10.