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Phantoms Change Time of Saturdays Game

By Julie Mros 01/17/2019, 11:15am EST

YOUNGSTOWN, OH – The Phantoms announced today, due the forecast of inclement weather,  the game against the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders on Saturday, January 19th has been changed to 5:05 pm. Doors will open at 4 pm.

All other game themes including: Superhero Night benefitting Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley will take place as planned. Phantoms players will wearing Superhero themed jerseys.

For questions or tickets please call the Phantoms office at 330-747-7825.

 

YOUNGSTOWN, OH – The Phantoms will be hosting Superhero Night benefitting Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley, presented by WFMJ, on January 19th at 7:05 p.m.

 

Players will be wearing special superhero jerseys that will be auctioned off at the end of the game. Proceeds from the jersey auction and 50/50 raffle will benefit Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley. Fans will also be able to interact and take pictures with Arsenal from Arrow and Flash.

 

For tickets or more information call 330-747-7825.

 

Jack Malone Named USHL Forward of the Week

By Julie Mros 01/07/2019, 1:00pm EST

YOUNGSTOWN, OH – The United States Hockey League (USHL) has named Jack Malone forward of the week following a 6 point weekend against the Sioux City Musketeers.

The Cornell University commit, earned a hat trick in Fridays 5-3 victory. On Saturday, Jack assisted on two goals, which ultimately led to the Phantoms third straight victory.

On Friday morning, Malone was announced as a late addition to Team West in the USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game. The game will be taking place tomorrow in Lincoln, Nebraska.

The Phantoms play Chicago, Muskegon and Team USA away before returning home on January 18th.

HOLTZ OT-WINNER CAPS COME-FROM-BEHIND VICTORY

By Matthew Lipcsak 01/06/2019, 12:00am EST

MacEachern pots a pair, including game-tying goal with 15.2 left in regulation

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YOUNGSTOWN, OH – A pair of goals from Connor MacEachern and an overtime winner from Steve Holtz helped propel the Youngstown Phantoms (14-12-0-3, 31 points) to a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the Sioux City Musketeers Saturday night at the Covelli Centre.

“Another hard-fought game against a team that’s extremely structured, extremely coached-well,” said Phantoms Head Coach Brad Patterson. “We didn’t get a whole lot of opportunities, and the message at the end of the game was ‘we might only get one (goal), we may only get two, but we’ve got to capitalize on it, and credit to our guys they did.”

Youngstown struck first, converting a 2-on-1 rush just 2:40 into the game. Brett Murray bumped a pass up the near boards to Jack Malone who took off down ice towards the Sioux City zone. Drawing the defense to him, Malone slid the puck across the ice and found a wide-open Nikolai Jenson on the far post for the tap-in goal, Jenson’s first in the USHL giving the Phantoms the 1-0 lead.

Sioux City scored the next three to grab a two-goal lead. Albin Nilsson snapped a wrist shot from the left circle past Chad Veltri (21 saves) at 13:19 of the first period tying the game at 1-1. Parker Ford sneaked in the back door during a delayed penalty situation at 9:50 of the second, beating Veltri with a one-timer from the left circle to put the Musketeers ahead 2-1, and Brady Smith rifled a shot over Veltri’s shoulder, just under the cross bar and in at 12:04 to put Sioux City ahead 3-1.

Youngstown started on the comeback trail just minutes later at 14:55. MacEachern snapped a wrist shot from the top of the left circle past the blocker of Jake Sibell (23 saves) for a power play goal that cut the Sioux City lead to 3-2, and that’s where the score remained until 19:45 of the third period. With Veltri on the bench for the extra attacker and time winding down, MacEachern used chaos in front of the net to fire another wrister from the left circle into the twine, tying the game at 3-3 with just 15.2 seconds left in regulation. “(Connor) is so contagious, he loves the game so much, he loves the players so much, the guys just feed off of him,” said Patterson. “He’s so exciting to be around and guys loves doing things for him, I’m really happy for him.”

Sioux City controlled the opening faceoff in overtime, but turned the puck over late in the first shift to Malone. Murray had sneaked behind the Sioux City defense and Malone found him with an outlet pass. Murray went speeding into the Sioux City right to the edge of the crease, forcing a backhander on net. Sibell slid to his left to stop Murray, but the rebound had settled in the crease and Holtz was right there to poke the puck home just 40 seconds into the extra frame to give the Phantoms the victory. “(Steve) deserves it,” said Patterson. “He’s had some back luck (with injuries), but through the course of all of it he's come back, not only has he not really played in 60 days, but there wasn’t a ton of 100% practice. He was able to keep himself in shape in other fashions. He was able to step in and play some big minutes. We lose Liam Dennison, he’s got a little bit of a flu bug, so to miss some big minutes on the back and to fill it with Steven coming right back, he steps in in overtime, it’s a big, big goal.”

The victory gives Youngstown their first three-game winning streak of the season and also puts the Phantoms more than one game over .500 for the first time as well. The Phantoms look to continue their winning ways as they embark on a three-game road trip, starting next Friday night in Chicago. Puck drop between the Phantoms and Steel is scheduled for 8:05pm Eastern and the game will be available on HockeyTV.

By the Numbers

Shots – 27

Saves – 21

Power Play – 1/3

Penalty Kill – 4/4

Goals – Holtz, Jenson, MacEachern (2)

Assists – Cassaro (2), Malone (2), Murray (2), Schoen

FIVE-GOAL SECOND PERIOD LIFTS PHANTOMS TO VICTORY

By Matthew Lipcsak 01/05/2019, 12:00am EST

Malone nets three as part of five-goal period

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YOUNGSTOWN, OH – An offensive explosion in the second period provided all the offense the Youngstown Phantoms (13-12-0-3, 29 points) needed as they turned up the defense late in the third period to earn a 5-3 victory over the Sioux City Musketeers Friday night at the Covelli Centre.

“We had a spell of three or four minutes where it seemed like everything went in the back of the net,” said Phantoms Head Coach Brad Patterson. “That’s obviously a huge momentum builder, but I think it’s just a byproduct of doing things the right way, and the guys were rewarded for it.”

Sioux City scored the lone goal of the first period, Marcus Kallionkieli wristed a shot from the top of the circles past Christian Stoever (16 saves) during a 5-on-3 power play for the Musketeers with just 18.1 seconds remaining in the opening frame to give the visitors the lead.

Jack Malone tied the game for Youngstown 1:46 into the second period. Just as a penalty to Youngstown ended, Jayson Dobay cleared the puck from behind his own goal line out to center. Dobay’s clear hit a sprawled-out Musketeer and bounced right to Malone. Malone picked up the puck with speed, cut right down the middle of the ice, and slipped a backhander through the five-hole of Ben Kraws (13 saves) to knot the game at 1-1.

The flood gates opened up at 14:59, as the Phantoms scored four goals in the next 3:17. Malone got his second of the night at the aforementioned 14:59 mark, finishing off a 2-on-1 with Brett Murray. Murray stripped a man of the puck right at the Sioux City blueline, causing the odd-man rush. Murray saucered a puck across the ice to Malone, who tipped the elevated pass into the net on the backhand to give Youngstown the lead. Murray was credited with the next goal, as just 25 seconds later, Malone threw a puck from the right corner to the mouth of the crease, where it hit Murray’s skate and deflected into the net for a 3-1 Youngstown lead. 42 seconds later, Craig Needham redirected a Dobay shot from the point past Kraws to give the Phantoms a 4-1 lead and send Kraws to the bench in favor of Jake Sibell (9 saves). Two minutes-and-ten-seconds later, Malone completed the hat trick, firing home a one-timer from the slot for a power play goal at 18:16, putting Youngstown ahead 5-1.

Sioux City tried to make a game of it with a pair of power play goals in the third period; Kallionkieli netting his second of the game at 3:52 and Parker Ford sniping one past Stoever from the right circle at 9:00, but the Musketeers could get no closer and Youngstown held on for the win.

Sioux City and Youngstown wrap up their season series Saturday night at the Covelli Centre with puck drop scheduled for 7:05pm Eastern. It’s another Youth Jersey night, the first 500 fans 12 or younger will receive a Phantoms’ jersey, courtesy of Armstrong Cable. Game broadcasts will be available on Western Reserve Radio and HockeyTV.

 

By the Numbers

Shots – 27

Saves – 16

Power Play – 1/2

Penalty Kill – 2/5

Goals – Malone (3), Murray, Needham

Assists – Dobay (2), MacEachern, Malone, Murray (2), Schoen

PHANTOMS MAKE ROSTER CHANGES AT HOLIDAY BREAK

By Youngstown Phantoms 12/21/2018, 12:00pm EST

Purpura and Suede depart, DeStefani and Veltri added

YOUNGSTOWN, OH— The Youngstown Phantoms (10-11-0-3, 23 pts.) have announced four roster moves as the Phantoms head on holiday break.

Goaltender Vincent Purpura will be departing the Phantoms and joining the Boston University Terriers of the NCAA (Hockey East) for their second semester. Forward Jake Suede is returning to the Lone Star Brahmas of the NAHL after his time on loan from their club to Youngstown. Forward Ethan DeStefani will be joining the Phantoms from the Merrimack College Warriors of the NCAA (Hockey East). Goaltender Chad Veltri has been added to the club and will be joining the team after the holidays.

Purpura played in three games with the Phantoms after being acquired from the Omaha Lancers on November 12th and went 2-1 with a 1.97 goals against average and .912 save percentage. As a condition of their trade with the Lancers, the Phantoms will receive their 2019 Phase II 4th round draft pick back as compensation.

“Vincent was a quality addition while he was with our team,” said Phantoms’ General Manager Jason Koehler. “We are in the business of developing our players for the college and professional levels and sometimes the timing maybe is not what is best for us (the team), but for the player and the opportunity presented at that time. In this case, Vincent was committed to Boston University and they had a need to add and upgrade their goaltending situation and felt that after two and half seasons of junior hockey in the NAHL and USHL – Vincent was ready to step in and help them.”

Suede departs the Phantoms and rejoins the Lone Star Brahmas of the NAHL after a ten-game stint with Youngstown in November and December due to the Phantoms suffering some forward injuries and the two-week loss of forward Jack Malone to Team USA’s entry at the World Junior A Challenge Team (where Jack Malone earned a gold medal). Suede registered one assist in his ten games with Phantoms and provided a welcome addition to the forward group and played with energy and discipline.

“Jake performed well for us in his time with our club. He was excited to be here and help contribute to the team. Jake will continue to impress and develop in Lone Star and the NAHL and hopefully his time with us has opened up some additional college coaches’ eyes for his future” stated Jason Koehler.

Nineteen-year-old forward Ethan DeStefani (6’2 195 lbs.) joins the Phantoms after finishing the first semester of college hockey at Merrimack College (Hockey East). DeStefani departs Merrimack playing in four games with the school this fall. DeStefani hails from Bedford, New Hampshire and has previously played junior hockey in the USHL and NAHL for the Waterloo Blackhawks and the Minnesota Magicians respectively. DeStefani was originally drafted by Waterloo in the Phase I Draft of 2015 in the 9th round (134th overall) and then re-drafted by the Phantoms in last May’s 2018 USHL Phase II Draft in the 9th round (144th overall).

“We had drafted Ethan back in May in the event he did not enroll in college this fall, so we have a feel for him as a player as he attended our tryout camp in May and watching him the previous four seasons in prep hockey (with the Gunnery School) and in junior hockey,” said Koehler. “Hopefully a change of scenery is good for the player and we feel that Ethan can add a quality scoring line forward that possesses size, hands, and some playmaking ability while also having junior and college experience and most importantly some motivation to move on to a new college opportunity.”

Twenty-year-old free agent goaltender Chad Veltri (5’11 175 lbs.) joins the Phantoms after playing with the Sioux Falls Stampede of the USHL this season. Veltri, committed to Niagara University in western New York, is in his second season of junior hockey and held a 3.75 goals against average and .875 save percentage in ten games with the Stampede.  Veltri hails from the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area of Fox Chapel, previously played for the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite AAA program growing up and the Corpus Christi Ice Rays of the NAHL last season. Veltri was Sioux Falls’ 4th round selection (61st overall) in the 2018 USHL Phase II Draft.

“We’ve been able to watch and track Chad the last four years on a pretty consistent basis and he’s always performed well and in key situations and pressure,” said Koehler.” This young man helped lead the U18 AAA Pittsburgh Penguins to a National Championship a few years ago and then had a fantastic first season of junior hockey last year in the NAHL with Corpus Christi (21-13-2 record in 39 games with a 2.30 GAA and a .930 save percentage along with a strong playoff last year), so we hope that the return to the region and a familiar environment is a boost to the player and our club. Chad has practiced with us in the past, attended various camps with us, and even served as an emergency back-up with our team in the past while living in Pittsburgh.”

The new additions will join the team as they head on the road through Iowa following the holiday break, with tilts against Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, and Dubuque.

The Phantoms return to the Covelli Centre January 4-5 for a weekend series versus the Sioux City Musketeers. Call the Phantoms office at 330-747-7825 to order tickets.

Phantoms Can’t Save the Victory

By SEAN TAKAKJY 12/16/2018, 8:45pm EST

Phantoms lose 3-1 lead to Chicago in second period

YOUNGSTOWN, OH— A physical, back-and-fourth game at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH saw the Youngstown Phantoms (10-11-0-3) lose to the Chicago Steel 4-3 for their second consecutive loss.

First period action began when Ben Schoen was called for tripping leading to the first penalty kill of the night. While killing the penalty, Christian Stoever (17 saves) made an amazing toe save to keep the game tied and later again on a delayed penalty call. At the 6:23 mark, Liam Robertson blew one past Reilly Herbst in the slot to give the Phantoms a 1-0 lead. John Larkin would extend that lead on a point shot at 8:58 for his first goal of the season.

Mathieu De St. Phalle would cut the lead in half with 39 seconds left in the first period for the Chicago Steel. Brett Murray would give the Phantoms a 3-1 lead at the 2:50 mark of the second period on a re-direct goal on a point pass from Ben Schoen.

It would be all Chicago from there as the Steel scored 3 unanswered goals. Christian Sarlo, the third star of the game, got the scoring going on a rebound off Stoever 36 seconds after the Murray goal. Ryan Doolin would get his 5th of the season at 13:52 and Adam Robbins would get the game-winner at 16:17 of the second.

The third period began with furious action and saw Joey Abate miss on a cross-crease attempt to Trevor Kuntar. Kuntar would have another opportunity by splitting the Chicago defense down the middle and hitting the post.

With 2:05 left in the game, Matteo Pietroniro would get a head contact penalty to put the Phantoms back on the powerplay. Coach Brad Patterson would call a timeout and pull Stoever but would end up with no goal and a 4-3 Chicago win.

Youngstown goes on holiday break and is back in action on December 28th against the Cedar Rapids Roughriders in Iowa. The game can be seen on HockeyTV with puck drop at 8:05. The Phantoms will be back at the Covelli Centre on January 4th against Sioux City.

 

By the Numbers

Shots – 26

Saves – 17

Power Play – 2/9

Penalty Kill – 4/5

Goals – Robertson (PP), Larkin, Murray (PP),

Assists – Schoen (2), Murray, Suede, Dennison

For all the latest news, follow the Phantoms on Twitter (@YtownPhantoms) and ‘Like’ them on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/YoungstownPhantoms). A full version of the Phantoms 2018-19 season schedule, as well as season tickets and mini-plan packages, is available now by visiting www.YoungstownPhantoms.com. Ticket packages can also be purchased by calling (330) 747-PUCK.

To express interest in becoming a Phantoms corporate partner, e-mail info@youngstownphantoms.com, or visit http://www.youngstownphantoms.com/sponsors/ for more information.    

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 17th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2018-19. 45 players were chosen in the 2018 NHL Draft and more than 400 players on team rosters this season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

Youngstown Phantoms Hockey - #SomethingsComing

Phantoms Hit A Steel Wall

By SEAN TAKAKJY 12/15/2018, 10:45pm EST

Five-goal second period leads Chicago over Youngstown

YOUNGSTOWN, OH— A one sided affair at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH saw the Youngstown Phantoms (10-10-0-3) fall to the Chicago Steel for their 10th regulation loss of the season.

The game began where Friday night’s win left off as Craig Needham hit the post 30 seconds into the first period. While killing a Trevor Kuntar high sticking call, Jon Mor (16 saves) made a diving stick save to keep the game scoreless. It wasn’t until 5:11 of the first period where Brett Murray tipped one past Reilly Herbst on a Connor MacEachern point shot. Then it was all Chicago from there. Nick Abruzzese netted a top shelf shot past Mor at 6:13 and Gunnarwolfe Fontaine would give Chicago a 2-1 lead after one period.

Josh Groll would notch one at 4:45 of the second period, followed by Travis Treloar 3 minutes and 25 seconds later to give Chicago a 4-1 lead. Adam Robbins added one more at 10:40 to create a 4-goal deficit for the Phantoms.

Brad Patterson decided to make a change and gave Christian Stoever (14 saves) a shot to help turn the tide for the Phantoms. It only took 1 minute and 6 seconds after the change for the Phantoms to respond as Kuntar ripped one past Herbst with a slot shot. But that’s as close as the Phantoms would get.

Owen Power would extend the lead to 6-2 at 14:43 of the second period and Neil Shea would add another with nine seconds left in the second.

The Phantoms were unable to get their offense going in the third period and the Steel would skate away winners in the second game of the three-in-three.

Youngstown returns to action Sunday afternoon at the Covelli Centre for the rubber match of the 3-game series. Puck drop is scheduled for 5 PM with special promotion Holiday Night. This is the final game before the Phantoms head into the Holiday break. Broadcasts for Sunday’s game are on HockeyTV and Western Reserve Radio.

 

By the Numbers

Shots – 19

Saves – 30

Power Play – 1/8

Penalty Kill – 3/5

Goals – Murray (PP), Kuntar

Assists – MacEachern, Dennison, Abate

For all the latest news, follow the Phantoms on Twitter (@YtownPhantoms) and ‘Like’ them on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/YoungstownPhantoms). A full version of the Phantoms 2018-19 season schedule, as well as season tickets and mini-plan packages, is available now by visiting www.YoungstownPhantoms.com. Ticket packages can also be purchased by calling (330) 747-PUCK.

To express interest in becoming a Phantoms corporate partner, e-mail info@youngstownphantoms.com, or visit http://www.youngstownphantoms.com/sponsors/ for more information.    

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 17th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2018-19. 45 players were chosen in the 2018 NHL Draft and more than 400 players on team rosters this season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

Youngstown Phantoms Hockey - #SomethingsComing

Phantoms Steel a Win from Chicago

By SEAN TAKAKJY 12/14/2018, 10:45pm EST

Youngstown Comes Back Three Times to Win

YOUNGSTOWN, OH— A back and forth tilt at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown, OH saw the Youngstown Phantom (10-9-0-3) collect their 10th win of the season over the Chicago Steel.

The game began with a lot of stoppages but quickly opened up with fast-paced action and saw Mathieu De St. Phalle of Chicago open the scoring at 4:09 of the first period. Joey Abate and Craig Needham couldn’t capitalize on scoring chances, but Connor MacEachern would convert at 16:56 of the first. The goal came on the powerplay from a cross-crease pass from Brett Murray to tie the game at 1.

The second period began with a flurry of quick goals, which saw De St. Phalle scoring 22 seconds into the period to give Chicago their second lead of the game. Defenseman Matteo Pietroniro of the Steel would increase the lead to 3-1 at 3:02 for his 8th of the season. It only took one minute and eight seconds for the Phantoms to respond as Gianfranco Cassaro beat Justin Robbins clean glove side on powerplay. 35 seconds later Ben Schoen scored his first USHL goal at 4:45 to tie the game at 3.

Neil Shea and Liam Dennison would drop the gloves at 5:36 of the second period and each received a major for fighting. Christian Stoever (29 saves) would make two great saves to keep the game tied while the Phantoms were killing off penalties by Schoen and Abate.

John Spetz would grab the lead for the Steel at 4:21 of the 3rd and Adam Robbins would extend the lead at the 11:32 mark to give Chicago a 5-3. Brett Murray would begin the comeback at 12:51 of the 3rd from a Josh DeLuca pass. A minute and 23 seconds later Needham would get one past Robbins to tie the game from a beautiful saucer pass from Matthew Barnaby.

A high sticking call on Pietroniro and unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on Abate would create a 4 on 4 opportunity at 15:11 of the third period.

Brett Murray would complete the comeback from below the goal line by re-directing a puck off Uula Ruikka’s skate which slowly slid past Robbins undetected. Murray’s second goal would stand for the remainder of the game.

Youngstown returns to the Covelli Centre tomorrow night, December 15th, to take on Chicago for the second game of a 3-game stand for teddy bear toss night. Puck drop is set for 7:05 PM with broadcasts on HockeyTV and Western Reserve Radio.

 

By the Numbers

Shots – 19

Saves – 29

Power Play – 2/4

Penalty Kill – 5/7

Goals – Murray (2), MacEachern (PP), Cassaro (PP), Schoen, Needham

Assists – Murray, Robertson, DeMelis, Kuntar, Cassaro, DeLuca, Barnaby, Dobay, Needham, Larkin

For all the latest news, follow the Phantoms on Twitter (@YtownPhantoms) and ‘Like’ them on Facebook (www.Facebook.com/YoungstownPhantoms). A full version of the Phantoms 2018-19 season schedule, as well as season tickets and mini-plan packages, is available now by visiting www.YoungstownPhantoms.com. Ticket packages can also be purchased by calling (330) 747-PUCK.

To express interest in becoming a Phantoms corporate partner, e-mail info@youngstownphantoms.com, or visit http://www.youngstownphantoms.com/sponsors/ for more information.    

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, the USHL celebrates its 17th season as the nation's only Tier I junior hockey league in 2018-19. 45 players were chosen in the 2018 NHL Draft and more than 400 players on team rosters this season committed to NCAA Division I schools, further establishing the USHL as the world’s foremost producer of junior hockey talent.

Youngstown Phantoms Hockey - #SomethingsComing

PHANTOMS GEAR UP FOR FESTIVE WEEKEND

By Sean Stewart 12/11/2018, 11:45am EST

YOUNGSTOWN, OH— The Phantoms return home this weekend after a thrilling 5-4 victory in overtime over the U-18’s of the National Team Development Program. The Chicago Steel will be in town for a three-in-three set Friday, Saturday, and Sunday for Red Kettle Weekend.

The weekend kicks off Friday with ugly sweater night. Fans wearing an ugly sweater to the game will be eligible to receive a future game voucher; it is also a Pizza Hut Party Pack night. The Phantoms will also be honoring those workers and families of the Lordstown General Motors plant by offering a special ticket offer in order to raise funds for the United Auto Workers (UAW) union. Any member of the union will receive a $7 ticket and $2 will be donated back for each ticket purchased from union members. In addition, any fan who mentions “GM” when calling for tickets will have $2 of each ticket purchased donated to the UAW. Fans who purchase tickets for the UAW fundraiser will receive a free popcorn voucher. 

Saturday night will be the first Teddy Bear Toss in Youngstown since the 2014-15 season. Fans are encouraged to bring a teddy bear to toss on the ice when the Phantoms score their first goal of the game. Bears will be donated to local children in need. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be stopping by the Covelli Centre Saturday night for photo opportunities from 6-9 PM. The newest addition to fan entertainment, “The Crossbar” will be open to fans 21 and older. Tickets to “The Crossbar” are $10 in addition to normal ticket price and fans will receive a free 16 ounce beer in a specialty re-fillable cup. Additional beers in “The Crossbar” will be $3.

The Phantoms will be honoring the Girard High School football team Saturday night in honor of their great season. For every fan who mentions “Girard” while purchasing tickets, the Phantoms will donate $2 of each ticket purchase to Girard local schools. Puck drop is scheduled for 7:05 PM both Friday and Saturday nights.

Sunday wraps up Red Kettle Weekend with a special 5:00 PM start time for Holiday night. “The Crossbar” will again be open to fans 21 and older. Fans wearing a holiday hat will receive a percentage off in the team shop.

Call the Phantoms office at 330-747-PUCK (7825) for tickets and additional information.

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