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Bombers Playoff Party at Cadillac Jack's Tonight

April 8, 2008 - ECHL (ECHL) - Dayton Bombers News Release

Attention Bombers fans:

Your Bombers have partnered with Cadillac Jack's and B2 Networks to host a special North Division Quarterfinals viewing party in Centerville this evening at 7:00 pm!

The newest Cadillac Jack's location is at 9400 Springboro Pike (the intersection of 741 and Spring Valley Road) just 1.5 miles south of the Dayton Mall and across from Lexis Nexis Corporation.

Cadillac Jack's will broadcast tonight's B2 webcast and audio of Game 2 between the Bombers and the Chiefs on televisions throughout the restaurant.

There is no cover charge. Come and win exciting Bombers door prizes and meet Bombers players Yannick Tifu, Alex Greig, Kriss Grundmanis and Grant Goeckner-Zoeller!

Don't miss Happy Hour from 4:00~7:00 tonight with drink specials and select appetizers for only $2.99. Contact Cadillac Jack's at (937) 610-3200 or the Bombers front office for more information.

The Bombers are trailing the Chiefs one game to none in the best-of-three series. The team must win tonight and tomorrow in Johnstown in order to advance to the next round.

The winner of the North Division Quarterfinals will face the Cincinnati Cyclones in the best-of-seven North Division Semifinals, starting Friday, April 11 at US Bank Arena in downtown Cincinnati.

Fans choosing to enjoy the game from the comfort of their own home can also watch or listen in by visiting the ECHL website,, courtesy of B2 Networks. From the homepage, click on "Scores", find the Dayton/Johnstown score box, and then select either the radio broadcast or webcast link. Video broadcasts are available for a charge of $6 per game, while audiocasts are free of charge. A cable or DSL Internet connection and Windows Media Player 9 are required to view the games.

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