Game Day Preview-Bulls Close out series with Wildcats

THE TEAMS: Amarillo Bulls @ Wichita Falls Wildcats

WHEN: Tonight Tuesday, Nov. 11 – 7 pm

WHERE: Kay Yeager Coliseum, Wichita Falls TX

BROADCAST: Tune into all of the action on CBS Sports Radio 1440, online at www.amarillobulls.com and on PPV courtesy of Fast Hockey. The Wayland Baptist University Warm Up Show begins coverage at 6:40 pm.

BULLS BACK AT HOME: The Amarillo Bulls return home for a two game set versus the Odessa Jackalopes on Saturday and Sunday at the Budweiser Bull Pen in the Amarillo Civic Center. Saturday is Military Appreciation Night with all active Military and Veterans receiving a free ticket. Military families can get the ticket special of two tickets for just $10. The first 500 fans receive a free camo hat.

It’s the fifth annual Sonic Sunday at 6 pm. Free tickets will be handed out to fans in line starting at 4 pm at the Civic Center Box Office.

THE SERIES: It’s the fourth meeting of the season between the Amarillo Bulls and the Wichita Falls Wildcats. The Bulls have dropped the first three meetings to the Cats by scores of 9-1, 5-2 and 3-0. Forwards Kevin Charyszyn and Max Reisinger each have four goals for the Cats, while AJ Dugan, Cody Gylling and Mitch McPherson have tallied for the Bulls. The two teams won’t see one another again until New Years Eve in Amarillo.

NOVEMBER TRAVELS: The Amarillo Bulls are not done their November travels yet. Once they conclude their two game homestand this weekend versus the Odessa Jackalopoes, the Bulls will once again hit the road for three versus the Lone Star Brahmas, two against both the Odessa Jackalopes and Corpus Christi IceRays. For the first time in five years, the Bulls will not play Thanksgiving Holiday Weekend

ACROSS THE SOUTH: There has been plenty of movement in the South Division as the Wichita Falls Wildcats, Corpus Christi IceRays and Lone Star Brahmas made moves on the leading Topeka RoadRunners. The Wildcats and IceRays trail the RoadRunners by eight points for first place while the Brahmas are third 10 points behind. Topeka has already played 20 games which is as many as five more than other teams.