North Charleston, SC –The South Carolina Stingrays wrap up their two-game weekend series against the Cincinnati Cyclones this afternoon at 4:00 p.m. at North Charleston Coliseum. Tonight is the fourth and final meeting between the two teams this season.
Today is the Kid’s Day featuring $5 kid’s tickets and a pre-game Kid’s Carnival. Sunday is also Adopt-a-Dog Sunday with Camp Bow Wow. Be sure to stop by their table on the main concourse to see the Adoptable Dog of the Night. Bring your skates for Skate with the Rays after the game with your favorite Stingrays players.
The Stingrays welcome the Florida Everblades for a three-in-three home weekend starting on Friday, March 12 at 7:05 p.m. at North Charleston Coliseum. Friday is Military Appreciation Night featuring $2 Green Beer and Green Ice! The Stingrays will wear special camouflage jerseys honoring all branches of the military. The jerseys will be auctioned off LIVE at the end of the game. On Saturday, March 13 at 5:00 p.m., the Stingrays celebrate Faith and Fun Night with 100.9 WAY FM with a special post-game concert with Group 1 Crew! Don’t miss any of the fast-paced, hard-hitting action of the South Carolina Stingrays. Ticket packages for the 2010-11 season are on sale now for as low as $26 a month. Call the Stingrays front office at 744-2248 or click here for more information. For all the latest Stingrays news visit www.stingrayshockey.com. Stingrays Hockey – Family Affordable Entertainment.
Goaltender Todd Ford chases after his 100 ECHL victory today against the Cyclones. Ford currently sits with a 99-70-16 record.
Leading the Way
Stingrays forward Keith Johnson leads the Stingrays against the Cyclones with one goal and two assists for three points in three games.
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South Carolina: 35-16-5-6, 81 points (1st place, South Division, 1st American Conference)
Cincinnati: 38-19-1-2, 79 points (1st place, North Division, 2nd American Conference)
South Carolina: 43-23-2-4, 90 points (1st place, South Division)
Cincinnati: 41-26-2-3, 87 points (1st place, North Division)
South Carolina: Cail MacLean (1st year)
Cincinnati: Chuck Weber (4th year)
South Carolina: Washington Capitals
Cincinnati: Montreal Canadiens/Nashville Predators
South Carolina: Hershey Bears
Cincinnati: Hamilton Bulldogs/Milwaukee Admirals