COYOTES CELEBRATE NHL ALL-STAR GAME
WITH BUD LIGHT VIEWING PARTY
TO WATCH PERREAULT AND JOVANOVSKI
For the first time since 2001, the Phoenix Coyotes were represented at the NHL All-Star game by two players. Coyotes' defenseman Ed Jovanovski appeared in his fourth career All-Star game while center Yanic Perreault made his All-Star debut. The Coyotes hosted a Viewing Party Wednesday, January 24th at McDuffy's restaurant in Peoria for fans to watch the game.
These first-year Coyotes represented the Western Conference All-Stars at the game which took place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. The game was broadcast on the Versus network. Fans can find Versus in their area by going to www.versus.com/findversus/.
Former Coyotes players Cale Hulse and Brian Savage were on hand to greet fans, sign autographs, take pictures and watch the game.
Hulse played 10 years in the NHL with five different teams, one with Phoenix during the 2003-04 season. Savage played twelve years in the NHL with four different teams, three with Phoenix from 2001 to 2004. He was a part of the Coyotes 2001-02 playoff run. He retired in September of 2006.
The party included Blue Line Bingo for autographed merchandise, Bud Light promo items, game tickets and Bud Light specials.