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NEWS & STATS

Roadrunners Home Stretch Continues With 1-2-3 Food, Kids In Free, And Post-Game Skate This Weekend

By: Tucson Roadrunners
 
 
TUCSON, AZ – The Tucson Roadrunners, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, continue their six-game home stretch at Tucson Arena this Saturday at 7:05 p.m. and Sunday at 4:05 p.m. against the San Jose Barracuda in a promotion packed weekend.
 
Saturday evening fans can enjoy $1 sodas, $2 hot dogs and $3 beers courtesy of Coors Light. All in attendance are encouraged to also bring a new or unwrapped toy to benefit Diamond Children’s Medical Center in honor of Dusty’s birthday.
 
Sunday afternoon is a kids free day, as all children 14 and under will receive free admission with the purchase of a paid adult. Following the game fans are welcome to head down to ice level for the first-ever Roadrunners post-game skate. Rental skates will be available and free, while supplies last.
 
Tickets for both games are on sale now HERE.
 
Dusty’s Family Value Pack
Bring your family to Sunday’s game with a Dusty’s Family Value Pack!  Four (4) tickets and a $20 food voucher for just $99, a $37 savings. Purchase yours today for February 23 and March 24 by clicking HERE.
 
Roadrunners Season Ticket Memberships
The best way to never miss a moment of Roadrunners action, lock in your same great seat for all 34 Roadrunners home games today. Starting at just $11.50 per game, enjoy exclusive benefits that only Season Ticket Members have access to including your own personal Ticketmaster Account Manager, first right to 2020 Calder Cup Playoff tickets, a special membership gift and a replica Roadrunners Kachina sweater (one per account) for the 2019-20 season! Call the Roadrunners today at 866-774-6253 to speak with your representative.
 
On-The-Ice
The 28-23-5-2 Tucson Roadrunners continue chasing a Pacific Division playoff spot after splitting a midweek series against the Iowa Wild. Forward Lane Pederson has six points over his last four games and leads all skaters with 37 points this season.