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Sun 18 Dec 2022 - 00:02AM




The Nottingham Panthers host Fife Flyers in the Viaplay Elite League at the Motorpoint Arena this evening.

It's the second meeting between the two sides in less than 24 hours after Panthers skated to a 4-1 victory in Kirkcaldy last night, with Brett Welychka, Mike Hammond, Adam Brady and David Levin all on target.

Head Coach, Corey Neilson, said: "Energy in back-to-backs is so crucially important, so the fans can play a big role.

"It's our job to show them the passion and energy that we can bring.

"It's great (in Nottingham) that fans and players take an active role in creating energy in the arena and that's when it becomes really fun."

Today's game faces-off at the later than usual time of 6pm, but doors open at 2pm ahead of football's World Cup final.

The biggest game in international football - which kicks-off at 3pm - will be shown live on the jumbotron at centre-ice and the arena concession stands will be open for you to buy food and drink.

Team News
The Panthers are still without injured defencemen Duggie Lagrone and Craig Moore (both week-to-week).

Youngsters Archie Hazeldine and Jack Hopkins, who won a silver medal with Great Britain at the Men's U20 World Championship Division II Group A in Lithuania yesterday, should return to the line-up.

Family tickets available
Family tickets are available for this fixture with seats located in Block 12 at the Motorpoint Arena. There are three options...

One adult and two teens/juniors = £39 plus arena booking fees
Two adult and two teens/juniors = £52 plus arena booking fees
Two adult and three teens/juniors = £60 plus arena booking fees

If choosing ‘best available seat’, when purchasing please select ‘block 12 – silver seating'. If choosing 'own seat', for each ticket please select the relevant family price option.

Win with the Panthers
There's plenty of prizes on offer tonight and you could win with Chuck-a-Puck. If you land your puck closest to Paws at centre ice, you will win four tickets in a gold block for Friday's game with Glasgow Clan, as well as free parking at the Broad Marsh car park.

Pucks cost £1 each and can be purchased in the foyer. Chuck-a-Puck takes place at the start of the second intermission.

Tickets for the Fifty50 raffle - in association with Temple Printing - are sold in the foyer and around the rink for £1 each. The lucky winner will go home with a fantastic cash prize.

The Shirt Off His Back raffle is also £1 and check out the sellers in the foyer and around the concourse. The winner gets to choose the shirt they want and the player will take it off their back and present it to them on the ice after the game.

If you aren't successful in either prize draw, please make sure you keep your tickets. All tickets are put back into the hat for the second-prize draw and the winner will be announced on our social media channels and website within the next couple of days.

Panthers TV webcast
This evening's game will be shown live on a Panthers TV webcast, so we've got you covered if you can't be with us in the Motorpoint Arena.

Join Jono Bullard and former Panthers netminder Dan Green for all the action from just ahead of the 6pm face-off.