AMARILLO, TX – The Amarillo Bulls closed out a six game home stand with two wins and in five of the six contests able to outshoot their opponents. It’s back to the road this Friday and Saturday for the Bulls as they travel to Wichita Falls to face the Wildcats at Kay Yeager Coliseum at 7 pm.
HERE IS A LOOK AHEAD:
RADIO SHOW HITS THE AIR TONIGHT: Goaltender Anton Martinsson and forward George Mika join host Denis J. Puska on the Amarillo Bulls Radio Show at Seven Grill and Bar located on Soncy Road in Amarillo. Head Coach Matt Nicholson and Assistant Coach Tony Attanucci will also be on the program to talk about the upcoming road trip and the latest Tender signing. Fans can register to win a Dog Food and Treat Basket from Merrick Pet Care. Listen to the show live from 6 to 7 pm on CBS Sports Radio 1440 and online at www.amarillobulls.com courtesy of USTREAM.
BULLS IN THE COMMUNITY: The Amarillo Bulls have been busy in recent weeks with school visits. After attending Woodlands Elementary School last week, players will now head over to Bivins Elementary School tomorrow (Tuesday) to talk about staying in school and the importance to working towards a College goal. Bulls players will also be visiting Tradewind Elementary School as well as being in attendance at the Make-A-Wish Car Show in the coming weeks.
AMARILLO BULLS AT WICHITA FALLS – FRIDAY, FEB. 26 AND SATURDAY, FEB. 27 AT 7PM: It’s off to the road this weekend for the Bulls as they head to Wichita Falls to face the Wildcats at Kay Yeager Coliseum. Tune into the action on CBS Sports Radio 1440, online at www.amarillobulls.com and on PPV with Fast Hockey beginning with Pre-Game coverage at 6:40 pm.
BULLS NEXT AT HOME: Hockey is back at the Budweiser Bull Pen in the Amarillo Civic Center on Friday, Mar. 11 and Saturday, Mar. 12 versus the Topeka RoadRunners at 7 pm. It’s Parents Weekend and the final jersey auction of the season to benefit The Shriners.
CORPUS CHRISTI 4 – AMARILLO BULLS 2: The Amarillo Bulls fell short in a bid to rally back from a 3-0 early second period deficit. Michael Forman scored early in the 2nd period and then George Mika in the third period. Brian Baker suffered the loss in goal despite playing well.
AMARILLO BULLS 5 – CORPUS CHRISTI ICERAYS 3: This time the Bulls rallied well against the visitors with four straight goals. Coale Norris, Jeff Solow, Phil Fromberger, Joey DiBenedetto and Jake Nitche tallied for the winners in support of Anton Martinsson.