Musketeers Visit Omaha in Lone Weekend Game
After playing four games in six nights last week, the Musketeers schedule eases a bit as the team will have only one game this weekend.
Sioux City will make the short drive down I-29 for a rematch with the Omaha Lancers at 7:05 PM at the Omaha Civic Auditorium.
The Lancers dealt the hometown Musketeers a tough 6-4 loss on Sunday at Tyson Events Center and Sioux City will be looking for payback.
The Musketeers picked up four points during the team's four game homestand and are playing their best hockey of the season in time for a six game road trip that starts Saturday.
If you can't make the short drive to support the guys on the road, then be sure to watch and/or listen to Curtis Anderson and Jordan Berger as they'll have the call from the Civic Auditorium on Fox Sports Radio 620 KMNS, as well as on the USHL's new online broadcast partner Fast Hockey. Coverage starts at 6:45 PM.
TEDDY BEAR TOSS GAME SET FOR SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10th
The Musketeers will be having their annual Teddy Bear Toss "Toys for Tots" game on Saturday, December 10th when Sioux City hosts the Fargo Force at Tyson Events Center at 7:00 PM.
Much like the 'Sock it to Me' night, fans are encouraged to bring a Teddy Bear that will be tossed on to the ice after the Musketeers score their first goal.
The Siouxland Detachment of the Marine Corp Leagues will collect the bears and distribute them to the less fortunate children throughout the Siouxland area for Christmas.
The Teddy Bear Toss night is always a great event for a great cause and it's the Musketeers first home game after the team's six game road trip so get your tickets today by calling 712-252-2116.
SIOUXLAND TEACHERS AND CHURCH MEMBERS CAN GET GROUP TICKET DISCOUNTS FOR THAT SAME DECEMBER 10th GAME
The Musketeers are offering special ticket deals for that same December 10th game for all Siouxland teachers and all Siouxland Church Members.
Every teacher in the Siouxland community, along with friends and family, will recieve discounts on group tickets to the December 10th game against Fargo.
In addition, every church member in the Siouxland community and their friends family, will also recieve group ticket discouts to the December 10th game.
So tell everyone about the discounts if they fit this criteria!
Call Kirk Moriarity at 712-252-2116 (ext.15) to organize your group night for teachers and church members.
*This offer is only valid through the Musketeers Office. It is not valid if purchased through the Tyson Events Center Box Office.
SKATE WITH THE PLAYERS SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11th
The Musketeers will be having another Skate with the Players on Sunday, December 11th when Sioux City hosts Team USA U-18.
So bring the kids to watch the Muskies play (and beat!) one of the most talented teams in the USHL and then skate with the players after the contest!
BOOSTER CLUB MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL NIGHT 11-21-11
The Musketeers Booster Club Monday Night Football bash will take place on Monday, November 21st at Pizza Hut on Floyd Blvd. at 6:00 PM.
The entire team will be there to watch the game on one of their many tv's.
There will be many food specials including $10.00 pizza specials, $10 pasta special, and 10 wings for $10.00!!
You may also use your MBC Power Card for other deals. Power cards are available at the MBC stand in Section 106 on the concourse level for only $10.00
FIRST BOOSTER CLUB BUS TRIP 12-3-11 AT LINCOLN
Sign up for the 1st Musketeers Booster Club trip of the season on December 3, 2011 when the Musketeers travel to Lincoln to play the Lincoln Stars.
Cost is only $40.00 per person and includes roundtrip transportation as well as a ticket to the game.
Sign up at the MBC stand in section 106 on the concourse level or contact Harold Saul at 712-898-2963 or Aaron Plum at 712-223-1817 to reserve your spot.
We need at least 56 people to make the trip happen. Last day of signup is November 23rd.
BOOSTER CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY 12-4-11
The annual MBC Christmas party will be Sunday December 4, 2011 at the Hinton Community Hall in Hinton, Iowa.
Cost is $10.00 per adult or $25 per family (2 adults and children).
Everyone is asked to bring a dessert to pass. It is planned to have a traditional Christmas dinner. Reservations are needed by December 1st.
Please reserve your spot with payment to the MBC stand in section 106 on the concourse level or call Harold Saul at 712-898-2963, Kevin Miller at 712-251-3965 or Aaron Plum at 712-223-1817.
The meal will be at 6:00 PM followed by a hypnotist. All players and coaching staff will be at this event.
Players, staff, and guests will be served by the MBC Board members.
(Set up will start at 4 PM by MBC board members)
GET READY FOR WEEKEND GAME
Look to musketeershockey.com and our facebook page as Jordan Berger will provide updates, Game Notes, and a Coaches Corner interview with Brett Larson as he breaks down the team's lone weekend game against the rival Lancers.
MUSKETEER COACH'S SHOW RETURNS ON FOX SPORTS RADIO
The regular season is now in full swing, and that means the Musketeer Coach's show is back on Fox Sports Radio 620 KMNS, every Tuesday night from 6:00 - 7:00 PM.
Coach Larson and two players swing by Bob Roe's to talk with Curtis Anderson and Jordan Berger about the week that was and the week ahead!
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