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Promotions: ‘4 Pack Friday’ available as Saginaw visits Flint for final time this season

Flint, Mich. – The Flint Firebirds and Saginaw Spirit will begin a home-and-home series this Friday night when the two clubs face-off at the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m. (ET) in game six of the Coors Light I-75 Divide Cup.

Friday marks the final time Saginaw will visit Flint this season. It’s a ‘4 Pack Friday,’ featuring (4) tickets, (4) hot dogs and (4) soft drinks, starting at just $60. In addition, the first 1,000 fans in attendance will receive a free stadium cup, compliments of PFCU. There will also be surveys behind section three available for fans to provide feedback to the Firebirds and Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center.

There are 10 players with NHL ties between both Flint and Saginaw’s current rosters Friday night which include the Firebirds’ Dennis Busby (Arizona Coyotes) and Ty Dellandrea (Dallas Stars) and the Spirit’s Brady Gilmour (Detroit Red Wings), Damien Giroux (Minnesota Wild), Blade Jenkins (New York Islanders), Ryan McLeod (Edmonton Oilers), Ivan Prosvetov (Arizona Coyotes), Owen Tippett (Florida Panthers), Reilly Webb (Detroit Red Wings) and Bode Wilde (New York Islanders).

Blue Line Club Menu: Presented by Great Lakes Sandwich Co & Cafe, Friday evening’s dinner menu for the Blue Line Club features beef pot roast with gravy, mashed potatoes, baked macaroni and cheese, spaghetti, green beans, garden salad and dinner rolls. The menu is available to all sponsors and season ticket holders for $12 per person. Dinner RSVP’s are encouraged by emailing Karla Turner at karla@flintfirebirds.com.

Single game tickets for all Firebirds games are $12 Bronze, $16 Silver, $20 Gold and $26 VIP seating (Seating Chart). All seats are reserved / assigned seating. Fans can purchase tickets by calling (810) 744-0580, in-person at the Dort Federal Event Center Box Office or online at ticketmaster.com here.

 

About The Flint Firebirds: 
The Flint Firebirds are a proud member of the prestigious 20-team Ontario Hockey League. The OHL is part of the Canadian Hockey League (CHL), which is known as the world’s premiere player development league for the NHL. On NHL opening day rosters in October, 70% of the players were CHL alums. Since the Firebirds’ inception three seasons ago, the team has produced 15 NHL signed or drafted players. The Firebirds average nearly 3,000 fans per game at the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center, reaching over 100,000 fans each OHL season.

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