Halifax Transit Game Night Set for Thursday March 19th
(Halifax,NS): Halifax Transit Game Night marks game one of the Atlantic Division Finals between the Halifax Rainmen and the Island Storm on Thursday, March 19th at the Scotiabank Centre. This is the second consecutive year that the Rainmen and the Storm will meet in the Atlantic Division Finals.
Game two will take place at the Scotiabank Centre on Friday, March 20th, with a tip off time of 7pm. The first four games of the series, Games three and four take place on the 22nd and 24th, will be broadcasted on Eastlink Television. Games one, three, and four will be broadcasted live, with game two on tape delay, being showing following Friday's QMJHL game between Charlottetown and Saint John.
Halifax is coming off a three to one series win over the Moncton Miracles last Tuesday, while the Island Storm closed out their first round series over the Saint John Mill Rats on Thursday, March 12th. Last year the Island Storm dispatched the Rainmen in the Atlantic Division Finals four games to two, but this year the Rainmen have been riding a wave of momentum, which make them one of the most dangerous teams in the National Basketball League of Canada playoffs.
Tickets are available for games one and two through the Scotiabank Centre Box Office, by visiting Ticket Atlantic, or by calling Rainmen Office at (902)444-RAIN(7246).
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