Tuesday, March 20, 2012GLENDALE, ARIZONA ---
The Phoenix Coyotes announced today details on prizes and festivities for the team’s Fan Appreciation Night to be held on Saturday, March 31 when the Coyotes host the Anaheim Ducks at 6:00 p.m. at Jobing.com Arena.
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Fan Appreciation Night is a long-standing Coyotes tradition which recognizes fans for their loyalty and support throughout the season. Fans in attendance at the game will be treated to raffles and giveaways offering a variety of prizes that will be awarded throughout the evening. All fans in attendance will receive a poster highlighting the most memorable player milestones from the 2011-12 season and a select group of fans will receive game used player sticks during a post-game on ice ceremony.
“Fan Appreciation Night is a great opportunity for us to thank our fans for their tremendous support and loyalty throughout the season,” said Coyotes President & COO Mike Nealy. “We are thrilled to dedicate this game to our fans and we hope that they enjoy all the great giveaway items that we have lined up for them.”
Fans in attendance at the game will have an opportunity to win gift certificates and promotional items from Papa John’s, Taco Bell, Spirit Airlines, Cox Communications, Ganem Jewelers, Parker & Sons, Discount Cab and the Ice Den. In addition, thousands of Coyotes hats, T-shirts and other promotional items will be given away throughout the game along with game used signed equipment from several players and autographed Coyotes jerseys from Shane Doan
, Keith Yandle
, Mike Smith
, Ray Whitney
and Radim Vrbata
The Coyotes will also present their annual team awards prior to the game. Honors include the Fry’s Food Stores Most Valuable Player Award, the Desert Schools Leading Scorer Award, the Ganem Jewelers Three Star Trophy, the Gila River Casinos Man of the Year Trophy and the Jukka Nieminen Memorial Trophy which is presented to the team’s hardest working player.
For more information or to purchase tickets, visit www.PhoenixCoyotes.com or call 480-563-PUCK.