Tonight the Bears will take on the Syracuse Crunch from Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., and you can watch the game for free online!
The Hershey Bears are back on tv this season. abc27 will televise seven Bears games this season. The announcement was made Tuesday afternoon. The first telecast will be next week, Wednesday December 11th at 7:00pm from Binghamton. The second announced telecast will be Friday January 24th at 7:00pm from Syracuse. It will be the first telecast of a game from Syracuse in the long history of Bears broadcasts on abc27. Five more telecasts will be announced in the coming weeks.
It’s an idea that many pro teams have done with great success. Now the Hershey Bears have announced their first ever “Hockey ‘n Heels.” The program will take place at Giant Center Thursday November 7 at 6:00pm. It’s an event for female fans, from the novice fans to those who have watched the game for years.
The Hershey Bears are back on TV with five regular season games on abc27. The Bears announced today the schedule of the games on abc27.2 RTV. Four road games and one home game make up abc27′s schedule. The voice of the Bears, Scott Stuccio, will be joined by abc27 sports director, Gregg Mace, to call the action.
Many are familiar with the popular song lyrics, “Anything you can do I can do better”. Thursday Braden Holtby was given an off day leading to Dany Sabourin’s first start in 20 days. A night after Holtby posted a 33 save shutout against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, Sabourin answered with a stellar performance of his own. He stopped 26 of 27 shots en route to a 4-1 victory over the Pens.
Season ticket holders standing in line for ticket to the Outdoor Classic. Photo from the Hershey Bears facebook page.
Hello Bears fans. It’s another week gone by in the off-season with just a few items of note. Tickets went on sale for the Outdoor Classic for season ticket holders. There were early lines at the Giant Center box office. A glitch with Ticketmaster gave fans looking to purchase tickets online problems for about half an hour after they went on sale. Here are the links to those stories and more.
Former Bear Freddy Cassivi has been one of the organizers for the alumni. He shared his thoughts on the event with Tim Leone. [PennLive]
Season ticket holder Joe Colaniro doesn’t like the outdoor logo. What do you think of it? [LDN]
A look at the first day of limited ticket availability sales and the cost of the tickets. [PennLive]
Yesterday the Bears announced their 6 guaranteed home game dates for 2012-13. [Bears]
Scott Stuccio continues with his Top 10 countdown with #6 featuring Braden Holtby. [Bears]
Leone also wrote that the Capitals have announced dates for their Development Camp and issued qualifying offers to resericted free agents Mike Carman and Kevin Marshall. [PennLive]
Goodbye Chris Bourque. Photo by Kyle Mace.
Just a couple quick notes for Chocolate Fix this week.
Chris Bourque was traded by the Caps to Boston in exchange for C Zach Hamill. [Bears]
Dany Sabourin signs a one year extension. [Bears]
How about a nice picture of Coco since I didn’t have many other bright spots to feature. Photo by Kyle Mace.
The Bears didn’t close out the last of their home games on an up beat, but in a couple weeks it will be a brand new season… playoff season. It started with a loss on Friday night versus the baby Pens on their home ice. Saturday night at home ended with another loss. They were able to salvage one point in a shootout. Sunday night was Team Awards Night. That was really the only bright spot of the weekend as Sunday ended with yet another loss. The playoffs are right around the corner and this is not the time to go on a losing streak. The Bears need healthy players now, or this may be a short post season.