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Faith Night at the Providence Bruins is THIS FRIDAY!!!
February 24 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm$25
WE’VE GOT TICKETS, YES WE DO! WE’VE GOT TICKETS, HOW ‘BOUT YOU?!?!
Score a hat-trick for Faith Night at the Providence Bruins, Christian Education and yourselves by buying your tickets TODAY for the No. 1 P-Bruins’ Feb. 24 7:05 p.m. face-off against the Charlotte Checkers!
For every ticket purchased through this special link — www.providencebruins.com/GBCA — Grace Baptist Christian Academy will receive $5 to support Christian education at the school. You may purchase tickets through this link up till one hour before the game! If you are no longer in this area or can’t attend, please pray for God to rally support for us and share with those in your circles still in this area.
These tickets carry ADDED VALUE for this game!
Each ticket-holder gets:
* A HOT TICKET: Providence Bruins — No. 1 in the AHL’s Atlantic Division standings as of TODAY, Monday, Feb. 20 — take on the Charlotte Checkers at 7:05 p.m., Friday, Feb. 24, at Amica Mutual Pavilion (formerly known as “The Dunk,” 1 LaSalle Square, Providence, RIjoy Fa
* A FREE SKATE on P-Bruins home ice for one hour after the game;
(If you do not own your own skates, Sandy Lane Sports Shop, 12 Whitford St., Warwick, RI, 02889, will rent to you $6/pair and permit you to take them off site and return the next day. For more information, details and store hours, please call (401) 737-0037 or visit https://www.sandylanesportsshop.com/
* The first 2,000 fans in attendance will receive a FREE ‘All-Time Team Poster’, the third in a series of four posters featuring members of the #AHLBruins All-Time Team!
* Kids* attending the P-Bruins game are supposed to get a free P-Bruins hat or water-bottle or other giveaway (while supplies last);
*May be available to all ticket-holders while supplies last
* FAITH NIGHT PROGRAMMING — Whether you’re skating, or not, stick around for Christian programming from the Jumbotron after the game This is a great opportunity to bring family, friends, neighbors, co-workers, members of your church family, etc., to enjoy the game, skate and hear about God after the game.
Wear P-Bruins team colors — black and gold — and you’ll be sportin’ support for GBCA, too (colors are black, gold and red).
AND SHARE, SHARE, SHARE!!! Family. Friends. Churches. Teen groups. Youth groups. Neighbors. Co-workers. Prospective GBCA families and students. Anyone you know who likes hockey! Anyone in general! Feel free to forward this info to everyone in your e-lists.
We would like to sell out our section — we’ve sold almost 30 tickets but still have a way to go before we sell out the section. As of MONDAY, Feb. 20, Row C (four tickets remaining) and Row D (seven remaining). Let’s try to sell out!
Keep reading below for an update on P-Bruins news.
BRUINS BUZZ – FEB. 14
Feb 14, 2023
The Providence Bruins began February on a tear, winning five straight games. Last week, the team earned two victories against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. In Friday’s contest, Georgii Merkulov scored two straight goals, including the game-tying tally with 1:33 remaining in regulation, as the P-Bruins earned a 4-3 win in a shootout in front of the home crowd. On Saturday, Merkulov scored the game-winning goal on the power play to lift the squad to a 3-1 victory on the road.
Georgii Merkulov is playing his best hockey of the season and was rewarded for it. The Ryazan, Russia, native was named the AHL’s Player of the Week after posting three goals and two assists in the two conests last weekend. The 5-foot-11, 181-pound forward has goals in five straight games and seven in as many contests. He has also notched game-winning goals in four out of the last five games.
COACH ON MERKULOV
“The biggest growth in his game has been his commitment to play all three zones. It has translated into the offensive zone. He’s getting results because he’s playing the right way. He is putting the time in, he’s a student of the game, and he works. He is a great lesson for all of our guys. We’re proud of him and lucky to have him.” – Head Coach Ryan Mougenel