Join the Mudbugs Sunday for a Championship Celebration
BOSSIER CITY, LA - Fresh off their 2-1 victory over the Colorado Eagles in Game 7 of the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals, the 2011 Central Hockey League Champion Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs are inviting our fans and supporters to join us Sunday afternoon for a Championship celebration featuring Mudbugs players, staff members and the Presidents' Cup Championship trophy!
The event will be held at the CenturyTel Center from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Sunday afternoon, with doors opening at 1:30 and admission absolutely free. See the Presidents' Cup in person and have an opportunity to visit with and get autographs from the 2011 CHL Champion Mudbugs!
Fans in attendance will be situated in sections 117 through 121 of the CenturyTel Center stands as owners Tommy & Leslie Scott, Head Coach
Scott Muscutt and team Captain Brett Smith, among others, are expected to address the crowd to help celebrate the fourth Championship in franchise history.
We'll also be auctioning off game-worn jerseys from the 2010-11 season and Mudbugs Presidents' Cup Champion t-shirts will be on sale as well! Don't miss out on this opportunity to share in the Championship revelry with your hometown Mudbugs as we salute and thank the fans for another unforgettable season of Mudbugs Championship hockey along the Red River!
Visit www.mudbugshockey.com for all the latest team news and information.
Season and group tickets are on sale by calling 318-752-BUGS (2847) or by visiting our website at www.mudbugshockey.com.
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