2018-19 Black Wolves Theme Nights Announced

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  1. BlackWolves99

    BlackWolves99 Member

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    The Black Wolves will begin their bid for a fourth straight trip to the National Lacrosse League playoffs when they celebrate the Home Opener against the defending champion Saskatchewan Rush at 7:30 p.m. on December 28th at Mohegan Sun Arena.



    The Black Wolves will celebrate the fifth anniversary of the franchise on January 19th against the Georgia Swarm at 7 p.m. and Game of the Decades on January 27th at 6 p.m. against the Buffalo Bandits. On February 9th, the post-game beer garden will return for the third consecutive season on Here For The Beer night against the Rochester Knighthawks at 7 p.m.



    On February 17th, New England will take on the Philadelphia Wings at 3 p.m. for Rivalry Week and will Face-Off Against Cancer on February 24th at 1 p.m. against the Toronto Rock.



    Hometown Heroes night, celebrating first responders and military personnel, will return on March 3rd when the team takes on the Colorado Mammoth at 1 p.m. Hunter’s Birthday celebration will be on March 31st at 1 p.m. against the Knighthawks and the team will wrap up the season with Fan Appreciation Day against the San Diego Seals on April 6th at 7 p.m.



    There will also be the opportunity to purchase promotional packages for specific theme nights that may include special events or items.



    For more information, contact a Black Wolves sales representative at 844-LAX-WOLF or tickets@blackwolves.com. Tickets for all games are now on sale and start at just $15. In addition, special on-field experiences are available for groups of 10 or more.
     
  2. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    So what is the enticement for us Wings fans on "rivalry game?"
     
  3. BlackWolves99

    BlackWolves99 Member

    Idk they play in Philly the night before. So probably just playing off the back-to-back maybe?
    Maybe they will be talking old history versus new history.
     
  4. RockyMaivia

    RockyMaivia Active Member

    THAT IS AS MUCH OF A RIVALRY AS THE CLEVELAND BROWNS VERSUS THE BALTIMORE RAVENS IS, OR AFC WIMBLEDON VERSUS MILTON KEYNES DONS.
     
  5. RockStar

    RockStar Well-Known Member

    i miss the days when the second game of a back to back was a hackfest with lots of knuckles.

    just dont get that stuff much these days, but still nice that they set this up for these two teams
     
  6. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    At least this slate is in Philadelphia first
    So players can get to their teams like normal human beings from Canada, instead of going to uncasville first via Wells Fargo wagon
     
  7. BlackWolves99

    BlackWolves99 Member

    I'm curious if they will fly between the cities or will take the train like the Philadelphia Eagles do when they play in NJ.
     
  8. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    This is the NLL. They'll probably take a bus.
     
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  9. Hollywood42

    Hollywood42 Well-Known Member

    I’m sure they will bus, it’s cheaper it’s 4.5 hours so it’s not that bad a ride
    It’s the nll they aren’t going to fly to Boston then bus 2 hours, cut out the middle man and just do it in one shot
     
  10. liveone

    liveone Member

    I go to both the Philly and DC areas several times a year for work and it is FAR easier to drive there from SE CT. By the time you throw in driving to Hartford or Providence, parking, check in, security, boarding half hour prior to take off, etc, it ends up taking the same amount of time to just drive. I also don't have to worry about delays or cancellations. The argument against driving, though, is that I don't have to fly the plane - just kick back a read a book.

    It's not like the players would be driving the bus, a bus is probably more comfortable, and they would be going to Boston, not Hartford or Providence. I can't see any reason why they wouldn't drive up from Philly.

    Also, for some reason I feel like I've seen somewhere that players are often flown into Newark, not always Boston, and bused to the casino.
     
  11. chuckster

    chuckster Well-Known Member

    I think the Bandits and Hawks have bused to NE for games in previous years......not sure about if the Rock do it. I know the Bandits have flown to Boston and then bused to CT.
     
  12. AmericanRockFan

    AmericanRockFan Well-Known Member

    The Rock probably fly to games in New England. They flew to Philadelphia during the previous incarnation of away games in Philadelphia.
     
  13. swami24

    swami24 Well-Known Member

    Agreed it will have to be busted, connections would take too long for other options.
     

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