The Icemen Are Coming

A Look At Whats Coming up in the ECHL

Who’s ready for more HOCKEY!  After last weekend spending time with the Atlanta Gladiators and helping out the Hockey Fights Cancer Games in Georgia, LockedIN Magazine has more fun coming up.

The Jacksonville Icemen, announced that Dan DeSalvo and Nikita Korostelev have been returned on loan to the Cleveland Monsters.    DeSalvo, 26, recorded five points (2G, 3A) in eight games with the Icemen. The 5-foot-8, 172-pound forward previously played for Jason Christie in 2015-2016 and 2016-2017 with the Tulsa Oilers, and also spent time with the Manitoba Moose both seasons. The Rolling Hills, IL native has spent a majority of his pro career in the AHL with 70 points (28G, 42A) in 130 games.
Korostelev, 21, also saw action in eight games with Jacksonville recording one assist. The 6-foot-1, 209-pound forward is in his rookie campaign with Cleveland. Last season, the Moskva, Russia native joined the Laval Rocket for ten games (1G, 1A) at the culmination of an OHL career where he notched 272 points (123G, 149A) in 282 games.

The Jacksonville Icemen, proud affiliate of the NHL Winnipeg Jets and AHL Manitoba Moose, today announced a busy slate of home games this week benefiting Making Strides for Autism, the Children’s Christmas Party of Jacksonville, and a healthcare workers appreciation promotion.

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, SaturdayHealthcare Workers BOGO   All healthcare workers can take advantage of buy-one-get-one tickets at any game this week.

Friday & SaturdayAutism Awareness Weekend presented by Slainte Chiropractic
The sensory-friendly games will feature sensory bags available to check out including noise-canceling headphones, as well as a sensory room for breaks from the action. Since hockey games can include loud, sudden noises, and lights, a ‘cheat sheet’ will be provided so fans will know what to expect. The team will wear specialty Autism awareness jerseys which will be auctioned off after Saturday’s game, benefiting Making Strides for Autism.

SaturdayTeddy Bear Toss presented by Community First Credit Union
This annual hockey tradition is a unique way to collect stuffed animals for children’s charities. Fans are encouraged to bring new stuffed animals to the game to throw onto the ice following the first Icemen goal, to be donated to the Children’s Christmas Party of Jacksonville. Last year, the Icemen collected over 3,000 animals, with a goal of 5,000 this year.

Tuesday, November 20 vs. South Carolina, 7:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 21 vs Newfoundland, 7:00 p.m.
Friday, November 23 vs. Greenville, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 24 vs. Greenville, 7:00 p.m.



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