Suspended Rampage Game to be Completed April 6th
SAN ANTONIO (March 30, 2009) - The San Antonio Rampage will complete their suspended game from March 21st against the Lake Erie Monsters at Quicken Loans Arena on April 6th at Hoover Arena.
The game will resume at 5 p.m. CDT with the start of the second period as the Rampage have a 1-0 lead over the Monsters. Rampage defenseman Sean Zimmerman recorded the Rampage's lone goal in the first period and Joel Perrault was credited with the assist.
The game was suspended on March 21st due to unsafe ice conditions at the end of the first intermission. Hoover Arena is the Monsters training facility and is operated by Ice Land USA in Strongsville, Ohio.
Fans can tune in to Rampage Broadcaster Joe Dominey on The Outlaw 92.5 FM or watch the game on www.AHLlive.com.
The Rampage host a back-to-back series Friday and Saturday against the Iowa Chops at 7 p.m. This Friday is the final KISS Rocks Dollar Drink Night of the season in which fans can get dollar draft beer and dollar fountain drinks all night long.
Spurs Sports & Entertainment will hold a sports career fair this Saturday from 3-6 p.m. with a networking hour from 6-7 p.m. prior to the Rampage game. Saturday is also Boy Scout Night in which the Rampage will wear themed jerseys and scouts will spend the night on the ice to earn their Polar Bear merit badge.
For Rampage ticket information, please call 210.444.5554 or log on to sarampage.com.
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