Kelly Cup Quest Daily
American Conference Finals Series (best of seven) #2 South Carolina Stingrays vs. #1 Cincinnati Cyclones
Game #1: Saturday, May 9 W Cyclones 4 - Rays 7
Game #2: Monday, May 11 W Cyclones 1 - Rays 3
Game #3: Wednesday, May 13 @ Cincinnati 7:30 Sports Radio 1450
Game #4: Friday, May 15 @ Cincinnati 7:30 Real 1340
Game #5: Saturday, May 16 @ Cincinnati 7:30 Sports Radio 1450*
Game #6: Monday, May 18 @ South Carolina 7:05 Sports Radio 1450* Tix 9
Game #7: Tuesday, May 19 @ South Carolina 7:05 ESPN Radio 910* Tix 10
* If necessary
Watch all the action from Cincinnati at Centre Pointe Bar & Grill behind the Tanger Outlets Centre Pointe will be showing all of the Stingrays Away Games in the Conference Finals!!
The South Carolina Stingrays will be collecting school supplies for the First Day Festival at games this weekend. Please help the local children by donating school supplies that can be distributed at the First Day Festival!! If you can't make it to the games, the Stingrays will have a collection box in their office throughout the summer until the First Day Festival in August. Thank you in advance for your support and generosity.
SECOND SEASON SUB-PLOTS
The Stingrays play game three game three of their best-of-seven game series in Cincinnati tonight at U.S. Bank Arena. South Carolina is 3-3 on the road this year in the playoffs, a far cry from last year where they were 0-8. Click here to read Stingrays' President Darren Abbott's blog, Last Call. For up to date Stingrays coverage you can visit the Stingrays website. Stingrays playoff tickets can be purchased at the box office or through Ticketmaster. You can also call the front office at (843)744-2248 to purchase discounted group tickets or to sign up for Pay for Play'.
THE REST ON THE QUEST
The Alaska Aces took a commanding 3-0 series lead against the Las Vegas Wranglers last night by defeating them 3-1. No team has ever come back from down 0-3 in a series in ECHL playoff history. The Aces are now just one win away from making it to the Kelly Cup Finals as they look for their second championship. For all the up to date information regarding the Kelly Cup Playoffs, click here for the ECHL web site.
BLAST FROM THE PAST
Cincinnati's Chuck Weber has won 163 games (133 in the regular season and 30 in the postseason) in his first three seasons which is more than any ECHL coach in his first three seasons. Mike Haviland, who is now an assistant coach with the Chicago Blackhawks in the National Hockey League, won 152 games (130 in the regular season and 32 in the postseason) in his first three seasons with Atlantic City. Weber is the second coach to win a playoff series in each of his first three seasons. Davis Payne won a series in each of his three seasons in Pee Dee from 2000-03 and won a series in each of his four seasons in Alaska from 2004-08.
Help us White Out the Competition!!
Exclusive playoff t-shirts are on sale now through the front office and at every Playoff Home game for $15. Fans are encouraged to wear white to the games in support of the Rays. Help the Stingrays "White-Out" the competition on the Quest for the Kelly Cup 2009. To order your Kelly Cup shirt call Todd at (843)744-2248 ext 1212
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