Playoffs Resume Tonight vs Denver
Allen, Texas - The Allen Americans host the Denver Cutthroats in Game 5 of the best of seven series, tonight at 7:05 pm at Allen Event Center.
Allen has won three straight games in the series, since dropping game one by a score of 2-1 at Allen Event Center on March 28th.
The Americans are led in scoring by Todd Robinson, who has six points in four post-season games. Brian McMillin leads the team in goals in the playoffs with three.
Aaron Dell is coming off a 4-0 shutout of the Cutthroats on Monday, where he stopped all 25 shots faced.
Don't miss the pregame party, beginning this afternoon at 3:00 pm outside Allen Event Center. Live music, as well as a pregame show with Tommy Daniels and special guests, along with street hockey games and food cooked on the grill by those master chefs Ed Belfour and Craig Ludwig. Come join in the pregame fun and get fired up for Game 5.
The Americans, along with forward Adam Pineault, will hold a special charity auction tonight to benefit a cancer patient. A silent auction during the game, with such great items like a Montreal Canadians signed jersey, as well as a Trevor Daley autographed stick up for bid. After the game, stick around for a live jersey auction featuring game worn jerseys from Aaron Dell, Adam Pineault, Darryl Bootland and Jarret Lukin.
Tickets are on sale at Allen Event Center Box Office or online at www.allenamericans.com . Call 972-912-1000 for more information.
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