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San Antonio to celebrate anniversary by wearing three jerseys in game

AHL team will honor 25 years of pro hockey in city Friday

by Pat Pickens @Pat_Pickens / NHL.com Staff Writer

San Antonio is doing something special to celebrate its silver anniversary of pro hockey.

The San Antonio Rampage of the American Hockey League will celebrate 25 years of professional hockey in the city by sporting three different jerseys during their game against Milwaukee on Friday.

Instagram from @sarampage: Iguanas, Dragons, and Rampage. This Friday we're honoring 25 years of pro hockey in San Antonio with a different sweater every period 👀

San Antonio will honor the Iguanas of the Central Hockey League, who played games at the Freeman Coliseum in East San Antonio from 1994-97 and 1998-02, by sporting their jerseys during the first period. During the second period, the Rampage will wear jerseys resembling that of the San Antonio Dragons, who played International Hockey League games from 1996-98 also at Freeman Coliseum.

The Rampage will change into their regular home uniforms for the third period. 

San Antonio will auction the jerseys both after the game and online, with proceeds benefiting area nonprofits. Fans in attendance can bid on the Iguanas jerseys immediately after the game at AT&T Center, and Dragons jerseys will be available online from Nov. 8-15.

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