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Trick or Treat with the Florida Panthers: Kids See Winnipeg Jets for Free on Halloween

Thrasher The Panthers want you and your kids to celebrate Halloween in Sunrise. At a hockey game, naturally.

So, when the Winnipeg Jets come 'a calling on Oct. 31, the Panthers are letting kids in free.

I'm planning on dressing up as an 'Atlanta Thrasher.'

Here's the official release:

Sunrise Sports & Entertainment announced today that Party City Presents The Biggest Halloween Party In South Florida is headed to the BankAtlantic for the Florida Panthers-Winnipeg Jets game on Halloween Night, Monday, Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m.

Children with costumes, ages 12-and-under and accompanied by a parent or guardian will be given free admission to the game.

Halloween All the action starts at 6:30 p.m. 

The BankAtlanticCenter will be the perfect place for safe trick-or-treating for the whole family featuring a costume contest, live music, Halloween-themed game presentation, interactive games and activities, and more.

“With all the safe, family-friendly activities we have planned, there’s no better place to celebrate Halloween in South Florida than the BankAtlanticCenter,” said Panthers president & COO Michael R.Yormark.

“Kids and families should be marking their calendars now for Party City Presents The Biggest Halloween Party In South Florida.” 

Puck drop for the Panthers-Jets game is 7:30 p.m. with festivities beginning at 6:30 p.m.

 

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I like the Atlanta Thrasher idea.

Will the free tickets only be distributed to the kids in costumes whose parents bought the special group rate tickets?

I'll come dressed as a member of The Coast Guard....That should scare the bejeezus outta Byfuglien, if nothing else.

Good idea because most families will be out trick or treating. I remember a few years ago going to a Panthers/Sharks game on Halloween and there was under a thousand people at the game. The arena was empty. They will need to raffle off a car to get people to a hockey game on Halloween.

That's the trick. You show up to see something called the "Winnipeg Jets" and then you realize you've been tricked and it's just the Thrashers.

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