Deals and Steals- Belfast Edition
Panthers vs Belfast was a bugbear of a match for the Panthers last season, as they only took one point from their showdowns against the Irish side.
This season has already started a little differently with the Panthers getting the better of the Giants with a 5-4 win in regulation.
That matchup one was a great display on the ice and this one should be more of the same!
But there's a lot going on off the ice too to get excited about.
Michael Garnett is the cover star of this week's magazine with a photo from his stellar display against Finnish giants, Turku.
There're interviews with Jeff Brown, Zack Phillips, Sam Gospel and front cover man Garnett to enjoy.
It's a great issue so get yours tonight for just £3.
We'll also still be running our Creams Cafe Nottingham end of the pier competition to win two free sundaes!
Robert Lachowicz and Ollie Betteridge though they were delicious and you will to, so get your photo and tweet it into us to win.
Make sure to get your tickets for our Shirt off the back raffle too.
You could be leaving the game with Jeff Brown’s Assistant Captain’s jersey from that very night!
We've already had a few sellouts in this raffle so don't risk it, get yours before the faceoff.
The fifty-fifty draw will be in operation also and remember, you’ve got to be in it to win it!
We'd also like to remind supporters that the new security measures are still being enforced.
The arena have done a great job of implementing it so far and fans have been very supportive of the new safety and security measures.
However, fans are urged to allow extra time to get to their seats. There will be bag searches and the restrictions on sizes will be enforced.
There will be no lockers in general use at Panthers’ home games, There will be pat downs and wand searches going on in the search lanes too.
Please follow the arena staff instructions when leaving the arena after the games this year.
New marquees have been installed outside the arena for the security lanes so fans will not be too affected by adverse weather while queueing for security.
There will be reduced exits available but the number in use will vary depending on the size of the crowds at games.
PANTHERS’ VIP desk, is again on LEVEL THREE…that’s one flight of stairs up from the foyer and one flight of steps down from the hospitality boxes.
We have parking deals lined up with Nottingham City Car Parks at Broadmarsh East and Sheriff’s Lodge. It’s going to be cheap on a match by match basis for fans, but it’s cheaper still if you grab a parking season ticket. For more information call 0115 8761444.
The arena catering team will be feeding the Panthers’ players after their home games this season. Meanwhile there has been a revamp for fans on the concourse too with more choices on the food front and reduced prices for beer, tea and coffee. Every time Panthers kill off a penalty on the ice there will be ten pence knocked off the price of a pint in the ENCORE bar after the final hooter where Dan Green will be having a chat with one of the players as soon after the hooter as they can get there.
Shooters Bar will be backing the Panthers' powerplay this season. Adult season ticket holders can get a meal deal special from MacDonalds in Nottingham all week long (after 10.30am).
Match and season tickets can be used on the Nottingham trams network to get to the game for £2 return.
Tonight's game is sponsored by the London Camera Exchange.
Sony are testing out a load of new cameras at the game and they’ve got a dozen or more photographers lined up to test the gear, which includes some lines that aren’t in