Free Brahmas Hockey, Great Pizza & Win Big
Ice hockey is back as the Brahmas Junior A team opens their second Western States Hockey League (WSHL) season at the NYTEX Sports Centre on Friday, September 16th for a 7:15 pm faceoff against cross town rivals, Dallas Snipers.
All tickets will be $5; but all current Junior Brahma athletes are asked to attend and wear your jersey for free admission. Season ticket holders for the Texas Brahmas will also receive a free ticket when they visit the Brahmas sales table in the lobby prior to game time. On behalf of NYTEX Sports and Texas Brahmas, a portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Vellinga family.
For a full season Jr. A Brahmas schedule click here: www.jrbrahmas.com .
FRIDAY NIGHT SKATE COMING SOON
Beginning October 7th, the West Rink at the NYTEX Sports Centre will host "Friday Night Ice". Public skating will be available for Friday evenings; what a great way to kick off the weekend! For schedule please visit this link .
Got "Lady Luck" on your side' Attend the Brahmas preseason game on Saturday, October 15th then attend Casino Night immediately after; all at the NYTEX Sports Centre.
Tickets for Casino Night, sponsored by the Junior Brahmas, are $40 and can be bought online at www.nytexsports.com . Various booths will be set up, including: Texas Hold âEm Tournament, Blackjack and Craps.
All participants who purchase Casino Night tickets will receive a free ticket to the Brahmas preseason game befor the festivities begin. All information and a registration sheet can be found at www.nytexsports.com .
• Discuss this story on the Central Hockey League message board...
Central Hockey League Stories from September 9, 2011
- Mavericks Add to Offense with Two Signings - Kansas City Mavericks
- Free Brahmas Hockey, Great Pizza & Win Big - Fort Worth Brahmas
- CHL Playoff Format/Veteran Rule Finalized for 2011-12 - CHL
- CHL Playoff Format Announced for 2011-12 Season - Dayton Gems
- Sundogs Stay Busy in Chino Valley this Week - Arizona Sundogs
The opinions expressed in this release are those of the organization issuing it, and do not necessarily reflect the thoughts or opinions of OurSports Central or its staff.