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February 03, 2014 - 2:15 PM

KAMLOOPS - The Kamloops Blazers will be hosting a 2 p.m. game on Monday, February 10 against the Tri-City Americans for B.C. Family Day.

Special Family Day pricing will be in effect for the afternoon game to encourage families to come to the game at an affordable price. Ticket prices will be Adult $15.50, Youth $9.00 and Child $7.00. Every ticket purchased will also include a voucher for a FREE Popcorn or Hot Dog & a Pop.

Following the afternoon game, there will be a FREE post-game skate with the Kamloops Blazers to get pictures and autographs from your favourite players.

The Blazers players will then head up to Red Robin to eat and visit with more fans! Following the game, fans are invited to head up to Red Robin and with the purchase of a meal, will receive a FREE Blazers ticket.

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