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Blazers hockey: Cameron Hughes returns, First Nations Night

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January 20, 2016 - 9:00 AM

KAMLOOPS - The Kamloops Blazers have three home games over the next two weeks and have plenty planned.

Wednesday, Jan. 20, is First Nations Night. The Sage Hill Drummers will be performing in an intermission. A sock drive is being held as fans are encouraged to donate a new pair of socks to those in need.

It is also another Winning Wednesday. If the Blazers win the game, your ticket can be redeemed for a free ticket to the game on Wednesday, Feb. 17 versus the Red Deer Rebels.

Super Fan Cameron Hughes will be back on Friday, Jan. 29, when the Blazers host the Vancouver Giants for the first time this season.

Hughes has performed at multiple Blazer games the last few seasons and is always a fan favourite.

Friday will also be another Kids Night with a free child ticket given to those who purchase an adult-senior ticket. Many mascots will be on hand for the game visiting with fans on the concourse.

Kamloops Honda is the game night sponsor as they host Heap the Honda for Literacy in Kamloops. Fans are encouraged to bring a new or gently used children’s book to donate.

Saturday, Jan.30, the Blazers host the Portland Winterhawks. BCAA is the game night sponsor and it is Country Night. Fans are encouraged to dress in their best western/country attire for a chance to win.
?It is also another Tim Hortons Breakfast Sandwich giveaway. All the Blazers have to do is score a goal and your ticket is good for a free breakfast sandwich the next morning.

For ticketing information, please contact Ticketing & Promotions Coordinator, Missy Cederholm by phone at 778-471-8068 or by email at For pricing information, follow this link.

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