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Sun 11 Dec 2022 - 07:35AM




The Nottingham Panthers host Cardiff Devils at the Motorpoint Arena in the Elite League this afternoon (4pm face-off).

It's the second meeting between the two sides in six weeks on Nottingham ice, with the Panthers skating to a 5-2 victory at the end of October.

The Devils come into the game on the back of last night's 4-2 win over Belfast Giants, while the Panthers were beaten on-the-road at Manchester Storm.

Head Coach, Corey Neilson, said: "Cardiff have a well-balanced roster and have been good for a number of years.

"We are certainly going to have to be at our best. A big key for us is not falling behind and having some confidence around the net.

"When you are scoring one goal a game it's tough to win, so we have to find that offensive chemistry.

Team News
The Panthers will be without defencemen Duggie Lagrone and Craig Moore (week-to-week) because of injury, as well as Mike Caruso (day-to-day).

Archie Hazeldine and Jack Hopkins are on international duty with Great Britain, who get their Under-20 World Championship DIvision II Group A campaign under way this afternoon against hosts Lithuania.

Sixteen-year-old defenceman Archie Salisbury will ice for the second night in a row on loan from NIHL side Peterborough Phantoms.

Box Office open from 12noon today
Supporters are urged to buy tickets as early as possible this morning as the Motorpoint Arena is expected to be very busy with the sale of Peter Kay tickets from 10am.

If you cannot purchase online, the arena Box Office will be open from 12noon today to purchase tickets in-person.

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.

Click here to buy Panthers tickets.

Win with the Panthers
There's plenty of prizes on offer tonight including the excitement of Chuck-a-Puck. If you land your puck closest to Paws at centre ice, you win a £100 voucher to spend in Ice Locker on Panthers merchandise. 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 from both draws are put back into the hat for the second-prize draw and the winner will be announced on our social media channels and website later this week.

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

Join Jono Bullard and former Panthers netminder Dan Green for all the action from just ahead of the 4pm face-off.

Click here to buy the webcast.