Posted 1 years 13 days ago ago by David Fine
Kearney, Neb. – The NHL Network show “NHL Now” featured the Tri–City Storm’s Weiner Dog Races Tuesday on its “Checking In” segment, the best internet happenings around the world of hockey. Tri-City held the races during the first and second intermission of its November 19 game against the Youngstown Phantoms.
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Hosted by Michelle McMahon, E.J. Hradek and Steve Mears, the trio joked about the winner “Scooby”, the five-year-old winner of the races owned by Ashley and Andy Ogdahl.
“Nobody is going to beat Scooby in that spot,” joked the analyst Hradek.
The Storm hosts the Waterloo Black Hawks in consecutive home games on Friday, December 2 and Saturday, December 3. Friday’s game is First Responders Night, presented by New West, and is the first of two straight against the Black Hawks. Tri-City will honor local firefighters, policemen, EMTs and all other first responders throughout the game. It’s also a $5 Kids Friday, featuring $5 tickets for those 12 and under plus a voucher for a free taco and soft drink at Kearney Taco Bell.
Saturday’s game starts at 3:05 p.m. against Waterloo and is Boy Scout Day, presented by Cabela’s. The Storm will wear one-night-only specialty jerseys, available for auction after the game.