COMPETITION: Win a family ticket to watch the Coventry Blaze in January - The Coventry Observer

COMPETITION: Win a family ticket to watch the Coventry Blaze in January

Coventry Editorial 22nd Dec, 2015 Updated: 28th Oct, 2016   0

THE OBSERVER has teamed up with the Genting Casino Coventry Blaze to offer one lucky family a night out at one of the city’s most fast-paced evenings.

The winner will receive a family ticket (two adults and two children) to Coventry’s game vs Dundee Stars on Sunday (January 17).

The Blaze are currently the playoff champions in the Elite Ice Hockey League (EIHL) after defeating the Sheffield Steelers in front of thousands of fans at a packed National Ice Centre in Nottingham earlier this year.

Despite a slow start to the 2015/16 season, Blaze head-coach Chuck Weber is looking forward to seeing as many city residents possible on Sunday (January 17) as Coventry take on the Dundee Stars (5.15pm faceoff).

Consisting of three, twenty minute, periods, Ice Hockey is rapidly becoming on of the fastest growing sports in the UK and is currently the largest indoor spectator sport in the UK.

Rob Plaister, media manager at the Coventry Blaze, said: “We’ve had some thrilling games at the Skydome this season and our game against Dundee in mid-January should be a cracker.

“The last time Blaze played Dundee at the Skydome we won on penalty shots – following a goal from Cale Tanaka with just seconds to go.

“It’s a title defending year for Coventry and the club is seeing tremendous support from Coventry fans.

“We look forward to welcoming our lucky winners.”

To be in with your chance of winning a family ticket to watch the Blaze take on Dundee at the Skydome Arena on Sunday (January 17) simply answer the question below or retweet the relevant tweet and follow @covobservernews.

Which Blaze player celebrated his 500th game for Coventry in December against Cardiff?

A) Adam Calder

B) Cale Tanaka

C) Ashley Tait

Send your answer to [email protected] with your name and contact details.

The winner will be notified by phone on the morning of January 11 2016.

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