Americans to Host Chiefs for Annual New Year's Eve Game
The Tri-City Americans will host the Spokane Chiefs on Monday, December 31 for the annual New Year's Eve match-up between the two teams.
This year the Americans will ring in the New Year wearing special New Year's Eve jerseys. Fans will be able to bid on game-worn and unworn jerseys following the game on AmsHockeyAuctions.com. Bidding starts at $250 with a Buy It Now option at $650.
There will also be an opportunity to enter and win a free New Year's Eve jersey for fans at the game!
Game night activities include face painting with Vivid Imaginations and a post-game autograph session with Americans forward Connor Bouchard, presented by Gesa Credit Union.
This will be Spokane's first visit to the Toyota Center since they were defeated 6-1 by Tri-City on September 22.
Tickets are on sale at the Toyota Center Box Office and online here. Group and flex pack ticket options are available from the Americans office; call 509-736-0606.
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