posted Jul. 17th, 2012 - 2:26pm
Jack Dodd says:
Is there still a team in Jamestown? LOL.
Whats up with these 2 dinks from Jamestown?Do these 2 not realise that having good relationship's with the Media is in Chapter 1 of every Marketing 101 course!
So.....I take it that this goalie Chris Truehl is not on the Protected List of any team in the NA then. With so much mention of him it will be werth following where he ends up playing & how he pans out.
Truehl is a free agent as we speak. He has invitations to NAHL main camps of both the Johnstown Tomahawks and Soo Eagles. I also received an e-mail about Truehl from another team in the NAHL North but I don't know if that has gone any further.
Interesting that Truehl has those 2 invites wonder if Milosek is coming back to PH or if Shannon is shopping for a goalie. As for PH they drafted a kid out of Culver Academy name of Derek Shatzer not sure if he is in the Falcons plans for this year.
JOHNSTOWN TOMAHAWKS TO HOLD SELECT-A-SEAT AND OPEN HOUSE
Johnstown Tomahawks of the North American Hockey League will host a Select-a-Seat and Open House at the War Memorial Arena on Thursday, Aug. 2 from 4–8 p.m.
Open to the public, this free event allows all prospective season ticket buyers to preview and purchase the best available seats for the Tomahawks 2012-2013 inaugural season in the NAHL.
The event will also feature the unveiling of the team’s mascot and introductions to Tomahawks Head Coach Jason Spence and Assistant Coach Mike Letizia.
Those attending will also have the opportunity to meet other members of the Tomahawks staff, who will be available to answer any questions about the team.
Director of Ticket Operations Chris Anderson believes the event will be a great opportunity for fans to learn more about the organization and to find seat locations that best fit their preferences for watching the highly competitive, fast-paced style of hockey the Tomahawks will bring to Johnstown.
“We’re very excited for this event,” he said. “The team looks forward to meeting all of the fans who will be sharing this amazing season with us.”
The fans will also be able to enjoy refreshments, try their hand at shooting pucks on net, and purchase Tomahawks merchandise.
Those buying season tickets will have several exclusive benefits, including reduced pricing, a 20% discount off merchandise, private events, and early entrance on game days, among several other perks.
The Tomahawks open the season on Saturday, Sept. 8 with two games in Port Huron, Mich. before returning to the War Memorial for the home opener on Saturday, Sept. 29 vs. the division-rival Michigan Warriors.
To purchase season or group tickets in advance of the event, or for additional information, call 814-536-4625, email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit www.JohnstownTomahawks.com.
I may shoot myself in the foot here, but so far I have to say Jamestown has really impressed me by their pre-season workout and contact form the coach. Not sure why he doesn't respond here, but so far I can't complain about his coaching, when many other NAHL coaches have flat our mislead us.
Lori: care to share with us what NAHL coaches have misled you?
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