This week, Roadrunners Team President Bob Hoffman, Head Coach Jay Varady and Manager of Ticket Sales Julie Sipe joined up to answer questions from Season Ticket Members in a Roadrunners Town Hall. Below are some of the highlights.
Earlier this week, Roadrunners forward Hudson Fasching participated in a media availability with Tucson newspaper outlets and television stations.
Wednesday afternoon Roadrunners Head Coach Jay Varady participated in a media availability with Tucson newspaper outlets and television stations.
TUCSON, Ariz. – The Tucson Roadrunners, proud American Hockey League affiliate of the Arizona Coyotes, begin a stretch of four games in six days at Tucson Arena Tuesday, beginning with a pair of meetings against their I-8 Border Rivals, the San Diego Gulls.
Returning to Tucson following a pair of wins in Chicago to piggyback a victory in Bakersfield last Sunday, that’s now three in a row for the group.
Two additions played key roles in two wins as the Roadrunners retook first place in the Pacific Division over the last seven days.
Saturday’s fireworks began in the morning hours with the announcement of NHL All-Star Darcy Kuemper being assigned to Tucson on a conditioning loan.
Each July when the American Hockey League schedule is released something that most Roadrunners fans have become accustomed to looking for is where the annual mid-February “Gem Show Road Trip” will take the club over their roughly two weeks away from Southern Arizona.
The annual Gem Show Road Trip kicked off this week with a tour of California, three games in four nights in three different buildings.
Don’t fall victim to the team’s success though, if someone had made mention to the roster and the fans alike that the club would have 28 wins in 42 games prior to the season’s start, likely everyone would be pleased.