Upcoming Games (All times MST)
Friday, March 17: Calgary at Tucson, 7:00 p.m.
Saturday, March 18: Calgary at Tucson, 7:00 p.m.
Tuesday, March 21: Ontario at Tucson, 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 22: Ontario at Tucson, 6:30 p.m.
Who’s On The Schedule
The Tucson Roadrunners return home for a four-game home stand beginning on Friday, March 17, with the first of two games against the Calgary Wranglers, AHL affiliate of the Calgary Flames. The pair of matchups from Tucson represent Calgary’s first ever trip to the desert after the Roadrunners and Wranglers split a midweek series in Calgary at the Saddledome November 2 and 4. The second half of the home stand will take place Tuesday and Wednesday against the Ontario Reign, marking the final two games of the season between the Roadrunners and the AHL affiliate of the Los Angeles Kings. Tucson earned standings points in each of their previous home matchups against the Reign this season with back-to-back overtime contests December 9 and 10.
Downtown Tucson’s Destination This Weekend
The Roadrunners will kick off their four-game home stand on Friday by hosting Downtown Tucson’s only St. Patrick’s Day Party, with a Pregame Festival on the plaza outside of Tucson Arena featuring live music, as well as food and drink. Saturday, March 18 is a First Responder’s Day Doubleheader Presented by Fox Sports 1450 AM and iHeartMedia with support from the Arizona Daily Star. The Tucson Police and Fire Departments will square off in the Second Annual First Responder’s Game at 4:30 p.m. MST before the Roadrunners take the ice that evening at 7:00 p.m. MST. Saturday’s game will also be the fifth Roadrunners game this season to be televised live in Southern Arizona on The CW Tucson, with 92.9 The Bull’s Chris O’Gorman joining “Voice of the Roadrunners” Adrian Denny on the call. The midweek series against the Ontario Reign will have the final $2 Twos-Day and Kids Free Wednesday of the season to close out the home stand. For more information and to visit tickets, visit TucsonRoadrunners.com/Fun.
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The Roadrunners return to Tucson Arena with an eight-game unbeaten streak on their home ice, which is tied for the longest streak in team history. Tucson’s record of 7-1-2-0 in their last ten home games is the best mark in the AHL’s Western Conference while outscoring opponents 37 to 21 during that span. The Roadrunners are 4-2-2-0 over their last eight matchups…
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