Gameday tomorrow- The Devils looking for revenge

Gameday tomorrow- The Devils looking for revenge

Tomorrow, the Nottingham Panthers take on the Cardiff Devils in their first matchup since Nottingham’s incredible 8-0 win in Cardiff. The Devils are looking for revenge after their mauling a week ago in Wales by the Panthers. Meanwhile, the GMB Panthers themselves are unbeaten in four having won three games in a row ahead of the weekend action which starts with a tough trip to high-riding Belfast on Saturday. Panthers D-man, Stevie Lee spoke to Panthers Radio with Xynomix about the challenge an angry Devils team would bring. To listen to his interview in full, click the link: http://panthers.co.uk/sites/default/files/Steve%20Lee%20Cardiff.mp3 There has already been one game at the National Ice Centre this week when the GMB Panthers beat the Braehead Clan to seal progress through to the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup. Full highlights of the game are available here on Panthers TV: https://youtu.be/kleOPn8nWC8 Tomorrow’s match night sponsor is Physio Direct, for Physiotherapy that is as individual as you are: http://physiodirect.co.uk/ The game is also the fans next chance to buy the Panthers Christmas special jersey! Our desire is to see all the fans dress to the nines alongside the players during the Christmas fixtures. The jerseys were revealed last week and were well received on social media. After one game, we’ve already had good sales figures so make sure to get your hands on one tomorrow to make sure as to not miss out! To guarantee your place in the crowd and your very own limited edition jersey, buy a ticket on line (click on the right), from 0843 373 3000 or by visiting the box office. The match will be screened for you to re-live the action within an hour of the final hooter at Saltbox, just off the Plaza. They’re now the Panthers’ goals sponsor too so listen out for their “drink to that one at Saltbox” announcements during the game. Meanwhile, the sale of Ice Guardians tickets continues and they are selling fast so make sure to get yours tonight. The Hollywood movie is coming to Nottingham for three special Panthers presentations in January. They will be available from the photo and DVD desk in the foyer at the game meanwhile. While buying your Ice Guardian tickets, make sure to get your hands on the new 2017 Panthers calendar from the same desks. There’s a shirt off the back of one of the players up for grabs in the special raffle again. A £1 ticket could see you win one of the shirts from the game and have it presented at the locker room by the player himself. The fifty-50 draw will be in operation too – you could win a big cash prize but you have to be in it to win it! The more tickets you buy – the bigger the prize! We have parking deals lined up at the Broadmarsh. It’s cheap on a match by match basis for fans, for more information e-mail parking@nottinghamcity.gov.uk Match and season tickets can also be used on the Nottingham trams network to qualify for £2 return journeys. Adult season ticket holders can get a meal deal special from McDonald's in Nottingham all week long (after 10.30am). The shop and the merchandise stalls on the concourse carry a full range of Panthers branded goods. <><><> WE HAVE GOT A LOT OF NEW FANS COMING TO GAMES THIS SEASON. TO HELP THEM - a newcomers guide to some of the rules for the fastest team sport in the word: The rule book is hundreds of pages thick but there are some basics that help newcomers understand what’s going on around them. To start with, its five skaters and a goalie per team. Two skaters on defence, three up front. If the ref gives a team a penalty then the offending player sits in the penalty box. If an opponent takes a penalty at the same time the penalties cancel each other out. Penalties lead to power-plays and penalty-kills. One team has to