Weekly Release-Home Stand Continues

AMARILLO, TX – A big homestand for the Amarillo Bulls continues this weekend, with two more games against the Wichita Falls Wildcats. The Bulls hope to build the momentum gained from an emotional and hard fought 5-2 win over the Corpus Christi IceRays on Saturday night.

Here is a look at what’s coming up:

          THE MONDAY USUAL: Seven Bar and Grill is proud to host the Amarillo Bulls tonight and every Monday. Fans can come out for great food and refreshments and listen to the show live in person from 6 pm to 7 pm or on CBS Sports Radio 1440 and www.amarillobulls.com. Host Denis J. Puska is joined by Head Coach Jon Rogger, and player guests Addison Runey and Anton Martinsson.


          FRIDAY, FEB. 20 & SATURDAY, FEB. 21 VS. WICHITA FALLS WILDCATS, 7 PM.: The Amarillo Bulls and the Wichita Falls Wildcats will meet for the ninth and 10 times this season. Friday is Star Wars Night and there will be characters on the concourse for fans to get pictures with, while Saturday is sponsored by Suddenlink. It’s Scout Night and there will also be Disney characters for fans to get photos with.

          GOT TICKETS?: Tickets for both games including the $5 section are available at the Bulls Office located at 301 South Polk between 9 am and 5:30 pm or by calling 242-1122. Fans should also inquire about Group Rates and 2015-16 Season Tickets. Additionally, tickets can also be picked up from the Civic Center Box Office and all Panhandle Ticket Outlets including United Supermarkets.

          BROADCAST OPTIONS: All Amarillo Bulls games air live on CBS Sports Radio 1440, online at www.amarillobulls.com and on PPV courtesy of Fast Hockey. Friday and Saturday’s games begin with the Wayland Baptist University Warm Up Show at 6:40 pm followed by the puck drop as the Bulls face the Wildcats.

          WEEKLY REWIND:

BULLS IN THE COMMUNITY: It was a busy week for the Amarillo Bulls in the community. On Tuesday players and staff visited Region 16 Head Start Program to meet with parents and children. The Bulls played hockey with the children and signed autographs. The next day players attended the Margaret Wills Elementary School After-School Program to talk about Bullying and Stay-In School. The players also signed autographs and played games.


CORPUS CHRISTI 5 – AMARILLO BULLS 3: Two first period goals were not enough as the Bulls gave up five of the next six in the loss to Corpus Christi. Cody Gylling had a pair of goals both via special teams. His first was on the power play in the opening period, while the second was shorthanded in the third. Joe Leonidas picked up the single tally. Jacob Weatherly took the loss in goal despite stopping 40 of 45 shots he faced.

AMARILLO BULLS 5 – CORPUS CHRISTI 2: All seven goals in this contest were scored via special teams. The Bulls had four power play goals and one shorthanded, while the IceRays connected twice on the man-advantage. It was a special game for Charlie Combs who fired three goals and set up another. Will Harrison had the other Bulls marker. Jesper Synellius and Kasper Emanuelsson each had two assists. Anton Martinsson earned the win in goal stopping 38 of 40 shots he faced.