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Wed 6 Mar 2024 - 07:00AM




A massive crowd will be in the Motorpoint Arena this evening (Wednesday) as Panthers host Guildford Flames in the Elite League (7:30pm).

All tickets cost just £9 and the game - which is sponsored by Alzheimer's Research UK - is fast-approaching a sell-out with only a handful of tickets left in the bowl.

Tickets can still be purchased online by clicking here and the so-called sightline seats are also now on sale.

These still offer great views of the ice but with a minor obstruction and can be bought by calling the Box Office on 0843 373 3000 which is open from 9am.

Defenceman Myles McGurty said: "It's awesome being in the rink with such great support.

"Throughout the ups and the downs our fans have been great. Hearing their noise is amazing.

"Everyone feels good right now and I don't think our record shows how good we are as a team.

"We are all very confident with each other going down this final stretch."

Team News in association with Evolve Injury Clinic
The Panthers welcome back forward Tyler Welsh from injury and he'll take his place in the line-up against the Flames this evening.

Forwards Ollie Betteridge and Westin Michaud remain out of action because of injury.

Around the Rink
- Drop off an Easter Egg to the Panthers Kiosk in the foyer to stand a chance of winning a signed Panthers jersey. Our charity partners, The Renewal Trust, will distribute them this Easter.
- Tonight's sponsors, Alzheimer's Research UK, who are our charity of the year will be in the foyer so why not pop along and see them.
- Nottinghamshire Blood Bikes will be on Bolero Square. Take a visit to them and find out what they do.
​- Panthersland, situated on Bolero Square, is open from 11am until half an hour after the game selling a wide-range of fantastic Panthers merchandise.

Pass the Pizza in association with Jon Doe
We're giving away 10 pizzas at every home game this season thanks to our friends at Jon Doe. The giveaway takes place in the second-period powerbreak. If you're holding a pizza box when the music stops, take it to the Panthers Kiosk in the foyer to exchange it for a voucher code to claim your pizza.

Dance Cam in association with 2Fawcett
Here's your chance to get on the jumbotron by displaying your best moves. Look out for the Dance Cam - in association with 2Fawcett - in the third-period powerbreak and show us your moves!

It's a remarkable £1,500 in the Panthers Vault and there's a winner every time
The Panthers Vault - in association with Interseal Fire Protection - is now up to a remarkable £1,500. Tickets cost £1 and if yours is drawn out of the hat, you go on the ice with DJ Ken Feast and try to win the money inside the vault. Choose one of the players from the Panthers roster shown on the jumbotron to reveal a four-digit code and see if it unlocks the vault. The contestant who goes rinkside with Ken won't be leaving empty-handed whether they crack the code or not, with two tickets for an arena show on offer at each home game. The tickets are kindly donated by the arena's main sponsor, Motorpoint.

Chances to win in Chuck-a-Puck, Shirt Off His Back and Fifty50
Chuck-a-Puck is sponsored by Midlands Chauffeurs and pucks cost £1 each. It takes place during the second intermission and the winner is the person who lands their puck closest to Paws at centre-ice. The winner is invited onto the ice at the end of the game for a photo with their favourite player. They also receive a signed puck and a code for two free pizzas.

There are 24 jerseys on offer tonight in a whole team Shirt Off His Back in association with the arena's main sponsor Motorpoint. The majority of the shirts will be game-worn, but those that do not ice in the game will be player-issued. Tickets are on sale in the foyer and around the concourse for £1 each. All proceeds will go to Alzheimer's Research UK.

Tickets for the Fifty50 raffle are sold for £1 each. The lucky winner will go home with a fantastic cash prize.

If you aren't successful in either the Shirt Raffle, Fifty50 or Panthers Vault competitions, please make sure you keep your tickets. All three sets of 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.

If you can't get to the game, we've got you covered with the game live on Panthers TV.

Join Jono Bullard and former Panthers netminder Dan Green for all the action. Click here to buy the webcast.