AMARILLO, TX – The Amarillo Bulls begin their November travel as several major annual events force hockey teams to alter their schedule that month. Ten of the next 12 Bulls games are on the road starting this weekend in Wichita Falls. The only chance for fans to see them will be on Saturday, Nov. 15 and Sunday, Nov. 16 vs. the Odessa Jackalopes. After that home stretch, it’s back on the road for three straight with the Lone Star Brahmas followed by match-ups in Odessa and Corpus Christi.
HERE IS A LOOK AHEAD:
TONIGHT RADIO SHOW ON THE AIR: The Amarillo Bulls Radio Show hits the airwaves tonight at 6 pm from Seven Bar and Grill located on Soncy Road. Host Denis J. Puska is joined by Head coach Jon Rogger, plus players AJ Duggan and Adem Arifi. Listen live at the restaurant or via CBS Sports Radio 1440, or online at www.amarillobulls.com.
BULLS IN THE COMMUNITY: From Hockey For Health to Halloween activities, it’s been a busy last week for the Bulls in the Community. Players participated in Halloween parties at the Don Harrington Discovery Center as well as Heritage Christian Church. The Bulls For Health Program made stops at Tradewinds and Alice Landergin Elementary Schools and finishes off at Emerson Elementary on Tuesday.
BROADCAST OPTIONS THIS WEEKEND: Due to High School Football, Friday’s game will air on 1550 KNSH while Saturday’s remains on CBS Sports Radio 1440. The Wayland Baptist University Warm Up Show faces off at 6:40 pm both nights with the puck drop at 7 pm.
NEXT AT HOME: It’s Military Appreciation Night on Saturday, Nov. 15 when the Bulls host the Odessa Jackalopes at 7 pm. All veterans and active Military can get a free ticket to the game with a valid ID. The first 500 fans will receive a Bulls’ Camo Hat.
GROUPS AND MORE: The best way to see an Amarillo Bulls game is with a group. Non-Profit organizations and businesses can celebrate the holiday season at a Bulls game. Call 242-1122 for further information on Group Tickets.
TOPEKA ROADRUNNERS 6 – AMARILLO BULLS 2: A 2-0 lead held up for just over a period for the Bulls, but after that it was all Topeka with six unanswered. Joey DiBenedetto and AJ Duggan collected the goals. The two also added assists along with Kyle Hartman and Kasper Emanuelsson. Anton Martinsson took the loss in goal.
TOPEKA ROADRUNNERS 7 – AMARILLO BULLS 1: Forward Will Harrison broke the shutout string in the third period scoring from Charlie Combs and Adem Arifi. Jacob Weatherly started in goal and was replaced by Anton Martinsson.