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by Staff Writer / New York Islanders

Presented by Newsday; Proceeds of ticket sales to Saturday's contest against Atlanta to support United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County, Inc.; Town residents receive up to 40% off tickets - with prices starting at $16

The Islanders are pleased to announce Town of Oyster Bay Night, presented by Newsday, for this Saturday, when the Islanders play host to the Atlanta Thrashers.

Saturday is a night dedicated to honoring the Town of Oyster Bay, but also a night for all Islanders fans.

Residents of the Town of Oyster Bay receive up to 40% off tickets, with prices starting at just $16. Fans will want to arrive early because the first 10,000 will receive an exclusive Mike Sillinger min-bobblehead doll – the first of three collectible mini-bobblehead giveaways.

With the season of giving in full swing, the Islanders are proud to give a portion of the proceeds to the game's ticket sales to United Cerebral Palsy of Nassau County, Inc. The mission of United Cerebral Palsy Association of Nassau County, Inc. is to affect positively the quality of life of persons with cerebral palsy, others with severe disabilities and multiple service needs, and the families of both and, prevent cerebral palsy and minimize its effects.

Town supervisor of Oyster Bay, John Venditto, who will drop the ceremonial first puck, is excited for Saturday's game honoring his Town.

Fans in attendance will also have the opportunity to be winners of the Modell's "Lucky Row" giveaway. Winners receive Modell's gift cards courtesy of Town of Oyster Bay Modell's establishments.

Don't miss another exciting game at the Nassau Coliseum, when the Islanders honor the Town of Oyster Bay.

To purchase special discounted Town of Oyster Bay Night tickets, please call 1.800.882.ISLES ext. 3, e-mail the group sales department at or bring your proof of residency to the Nassau Coliseum Box Office.

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