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Glads Stuffed in OT, 3-2
Thursday, November 27, 2014

In the team’s 12th annual Thanksgiving night home game on Thursday night, the Gladiators (6-8-0-1), took the 3-2 overtime loss to the South Carolina Stingrays (5-9-0-4), in just their second extra session of the season. Anthony Perdicaro came away with a goal and an assist in the game, and Garry Nunn tallied his 13th assist of the year.

Both teams came out hungry Thanksgiving night and the bad blood between the two rivals became apparent almost immediately in the first period. The Gladiators were able to capitalize on a violent play, after Garry Nunn dished off the puck to Anthony Perdicaro just before being taken to the ground at the left point. Perdicaro ripped a shot from out in the left faceoff circle, past an unsuspecting Jeff Jakaitis at 5:30.

The second period began with the Stingrays evening the score at 1:24, when Braden Pimm found some space to slide the puck in past Mark Guggenberger during a skirmish in front of the goal. The Gladiators broke up the tie at 11:49 after Perdicaro won the faceoff in the ‘Rays’ defensive end and immediately directed the puck over to Nathan Burns, who slapped a shot into the net from the top of the slot.

About three-and-a-half minutes into the third period, it appeared as though the Gladiators padded their lead with a power play goal from Dyson Stevenson, but the play was immediately disallowed by referee Jeremy Tufts. The official decided that Stevenson punched the puck in the net with his glove, and he stuck with his ruling in a play that ultimately proved to be crucial in the final outcome.

Most of the action in the third was tilted in the Gladiators zone as they tried to defend their scant 2-1 lead. In front of a packed net, Brandon Hynes somehow found enough space to tie the game with just under five minutes remaining in the period. The Gladiators could not counter with a goal in the third period, and the teams entered free hockey after sixty minutes of play.

Only 1:02 of overtime was needed as Wayne Simpson gathered a turnover from just outside of Mark Guggenberger’s crease, dangled around the netminder, and fired a shot, top-shelf to end the game.

Guggenberger stopped 30 of the 33 shots he faced, while Jeff Jakaitis stopped 20 of the 22 Gladiators’ shots for his first win of the season.

The Gladiators will travel to South Carolina this Saturday to play the ‘Rays on their home ice at 3:05pm. The Gladiators will return to The Arena at Gwinnett Center on Saturday, December 13th to ring in the holidays with Sing for Santa weekend, starting against the Cincinnati Cyclones at 7:05pm.

For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website at www.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth – where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s “One and Only” professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top “Things To Do” in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or “like” the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).



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Photo Credit: Amanda Hertel



Glads Sting ’Rays, 4-1
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Gladiators (6-8-0-0) took the early lead against their division rivals, the South Carolina Stingrays (4-9-0-4), and never gave it up, giving them the 4-1 victory and snapping their five-game losing streak. Daniel O’Donoghue scored his first professional goal and goalie Mark Guggenberger stopped 23 of the 24 shots he faced.

The Gladiators and Stingrays were neck and neck all through the first period, both exchanging nine shots on goal each. It was the Gladiators who first capitalized on a shot from Casey Pierro-Zabotel, in his first game back from the AHL, getting the rebound goal in a mass of Stingrays after Brenden Walker shot one towards the packed net at 3:08.

On another crowed net shot, South Carolina evened the score on a power play goal from Wayne Simpson at 9:40. However, the Gladiators would leave the first period with the lead, as Dan O’Donoghue slapped the puck backdoor upon receiving a one-timer pass from Dyson Stevenson at 11:52.

The second period was all Gladiators, doubling up their shots on the Stingrays, 10-4. Gwinnett scored the only goal of the period when Garry Nunn received the pass from Walker with his back to the goal just outside the crease. On a tidy spin move, Nunn had no trouble placing the puck in an empty net at 8:57 after ’Rays’ goalie, Brandon Anderson, was drawn to the action at the near post.

The Gladiators solidified their lead in the third period, posting their fourth and final goal of the game at 11:14. Dyson Stevenson centered the puck from behind the goal line to Sean Berkstresser in the low slot, who then simply dragged the puck under a ’Rays’ stick, finding the back of the net through Anderson’s legs to punctuate the Gladiators’ win.

With less than thirty seconds remaining in the game, gloves and sticks went flying just behind the Stingrays’ net. An all-out brawl ensued after Stevenson slid into ’Rays’ goalie Anderson on an attempted goal, and play was delayed as the referees dished out five separate penalties.

The Gladiators will once again face the South Carolina Stingrays this Thursday at 7:05pm. Come out and enjoy some post-Thanksgiving dinner hockey at The Arena at Gwinnett Center.

For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website atwww.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth - where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s "One and Only" professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top "Things To Do" in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or "like" the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).



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Photo Credit: Amanda Hertel



Thanksgiving Pucks TONIGHT
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The annual Gladiators Limited Edition Thanksgiving Puck Returns!! Make sure to stop by the Team Store located outside of Section 122 tonight to snag yours. (Quantities are VERY limited.) The Gladiators Merch Department has received a few new shipments in the past week, and tonight’s game against South Carolina is your second chance to snag new swag for your Glads collection! PLUS - this week is your LAST CHANCE to purchase the team’s Official Movember T-Shirt!! A portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Movember tee is donated back to the Gladiators Movember Fund.



This week’s five new items consist of a limited edition ECHL East Division Puck, Toddler-sized Gladiators Jerseys, a Glads Puck Keychain, and fuzzy Maximus Spirit Hoods! Make sure you visit the Gladiators Merchandise Store, located outside of Section 122, to stock up tonight!















Game Preview: SC @ GWT
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Gladiators (5-8-0-0) are back home at The Arena at Gwinnett Center after an unsuccessful road trip to Estero, Fla. The team has hit its longest skid of the season, up to five games now, and will look to get back into the East Division race with the next four games against the South Carolina Stingrays (4-8-0-4). The Gladiators will host the Stingrays in Duluth for the next two games before heading to North Charleston for two more this weekend.

The last time the Gladiators won was against the Stingrays on November 9th, a 4-2 victory at North Charleston Coliseum. Coyotes prospect Greg Carey burst out for four goals in the game, including a natural hat trick, to sink the ’Rays. He became the fourth Gladiators to do either of the feats in a game, and the first one in over seven seasons to do so.

When: TONIGHT at 7:05 P.M.

Where: The Arena at Gwinnett Center

Listen: Gladiators Radio Network; www.gwinnettgladiators.com/radio, www.mixlr.com/gladiators-radio, Mixlr app (Gladiators Radio)

Video Highlights: Media can access game highlights on the Gladiators FTP site during the game. Complete highlights will be available 30 minutes after the game ends. Go to ftp://gogladiators.com, and enter the username "highlights" and the password "Gl4diators"

Promotion: Two-for-Tuesday

Glads Notes:

Nunn Better: Garry Nunn had assists in six straight games entering Saturday night, the second longest assist streak in the league. He’s currently tied for second overall with 12 assists on the season.

In the Box: The Gladiators are the fourth most penalized team in the league, averaging 20.62 PIM per game. They are also shorthanded an average of 4.92 times per game, second only to the Missouri Mavericks (5.85) in the league.

Gladiators Ahoy: Four players currently on the Gladiators roster have been assigned from their AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates- Nathan Burns, Dyson Stevenson, Dan O’Donoghue, and James Melindy - and four more - Joel Hanley (POR), Jordon Southorn (POR), Greg Carey (POR), and Bretton Stamler (HFD) - were assigned to Gwinnett and have since been recalled to the AHL.

Milestones: Joe Stejskal is three games away from his 200th professional game … Casey Pierro-Zabotel played in his 300th ECHL game on 11/16 … New Gladiator Geoff paukovich is eight games away from his 300th ECHL game …

Streaks: Garry Nunn had a six-game assist streak snapped on Saturday … Defenseman Tristin Llewellyn also had a six-game penalty streak snapped on Saturday. He had also collected two penalties per game in his last five.

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Glads Pick Up Three AHLers
Monday, November 24, 2014

On Monday, the Gladiators announced that forward Casey Pierro-Zabotel has been returned from his loan to the Norfolk Admirals of the AHL, and forward Dan O’Donoghue and defenseman James Melindy have been assigned to the team from their AHL affiliate, the Portland Pirates.

Pierro-Zabotel, 25, signed a Professional Try-out Agreement (PTO) with the Norfolk Admirals on November 18 after scoring seven goals and six assists in 11 games with the Gladiators. Pierro-Zabotel did not register a point in limited action with the Admirals, playing in three games for the team.

O’Donoghue, 23, has already played in one game for the Gladiators, registering an assist in Gwinnett’s season opener in Evansville on October 18. He was reassigned by the Arizona Coyotes to Portland the next day, and played in four games for the Pirates this season.

Melindy, 20, has played in 49 career AHL games, with two goals and 40 penalty minutes to his name. A third round draft pick (88th overall) of the Coyotes from 2012, Melindy was a defensive stalwart for his QMJHL team, the Moncton Wildcats. He played in 168 games over three seasons for the team, scoring 17 goals and 39 assists for the Wildcats.

All three players will arrive in Duluth in time for the Gladiators’ next game on Tuesday the 25th against the South Carolina Stingrays at The Arena at Gwinnett Center. For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website at www.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth - where parking is always free.
As Atlanta’s "One and Only" professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top "Things To Do" in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or "like" the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).

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Gladiators Partner with Vet Tix
Monday, November 24, 2014

The Gladiators have teamed up with Findlay Roofing, 95.5FM & AM750 WSB, and Phoenix-based VetTix to "Give Back To Those Who Gave", providing complimentary tickets each game for donation to active, reserve, and retired servicemembers and their families. This special seating allotment allows military families a chance to get together, relax and enjoy the unique southern-style fun of professional hockey here in Atlanta.

"This was the first time myself or our two little ones have been to a hockey game. We had a blast.
Thanks for the tickets."
David
United States Army



"Thank You for a great time ... I got to share it with another VET. Gwinnett Gladiators are truly a great team and a believer in showing support for all of our VETS."
Ed
United States Army Veteran
1988 - 1998




"A huge Thanks to Gwinnett Gladiators -Hockey and VetTix for the tickets to see the Gladiators exciting come from behind win against the Everblades! I was able to take my daughter and her best friend to her first hockey game. You’ve got a new fan for life! Thank you again!"
Mark
United States Air Force Veteran
1986 - 1992




"Thank You VetTix, we had a great time at the game."
Timothy
United States Army Veteran
1984 - 2004


"I want to thank VETTIX and the Gwinnett Gladiators for the tickets to last nights Gladiators Military Appreciation Night. My family and I enjoyed the night and were able to watch a awesome hockey game. My son was very happy as the GLADS won!!!! Again I want to thank VETTIX and the Gladiators for their support"
Ed Reese
United States Navy Veteran
1990 - 1994




"We had a great time time taking our children to their first hockey game. Thank you Gwinnett Gladiators and veteran tickets for making that possible."
Christopher
United States Army



"I would like to thank the Gwinnett Gladiators for offering these tickets so my wife and I could enjoy a date night together. It was military appreciation night and they definitely made it a great night for us all!! We had so much fun!!"
Richard
United States Army

To learn more about the Veteran Tickets Foundation, please visit http://www.vettix.org/.



Glads Stifled in 2-0 Loss
Saturday, November 22, 2014

ESTERO, Fla. - The Gladiators (5-8-0-0) just could not solve Florida goaltender Allen York on Saturday night as the Tampa Bay Lightning prospect held the Glads scoreless on 21 shots faced in a 2-0 Florida victory. For the second consecutive night, Everblades (11-2-0-1) forward Mitch Wahl scored the game-winner, while Mark Guggenberger was 27-of-28 in net for Gwinnett.

The Gladiators outshot and out-chanced the Everblades in the first period for the second straight evening, but this time they were not able to cash in as the team went 0-for-2 on their lone man advantages of the period. Gwinnett would finish 0-for-4 on the power play, snapping a three-game power play streak, while Florida was 1-for-4.

It wasn’t until the second period that anyone was able to break through, and it was Florida, who scored a power play goal at 9:35. Mitch Wahl received a tic-tac-toe pass from Cameron Burt and Mike Little, from point to point through the slot, and slapped one past Guggenberger’s right shoulder as the goaltender was striding from left to right. Florida outshot Gwinnett in the second frame 17 to 3, the least amount of shots that the Gladiators have registered in any period so far this year.

Gwinnett fought back in the third with eight shots to Florida’s six, but again they could not get enough pressure on York. Adam Brace tacked on the insurance goal on the empty-net goal with ten seconds remaining in the contest.

With the loss, the Gladiators have now dropped five straight, with four of those losses coming against the first place teams in the division (Greenville, and then Florida). The Gladiators’ next game will be against the last team they have beaten, the South Carolina Stingrays on Tuesday, the 25th at 7:05 p.m., the first of four straight against the ‘Rays.

For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website at www.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth – where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s “One and Only” professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top “Things To Do” in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or “like” the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).



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Photo Credit: Al Larson



Glads Drop 3rd Pd Lead, 6-4
Friday, November 21, 2014

ESTERO, Fla. - History repeated itself again as the Gladiators (5-7-0-0) couldn’t hold on to their third period lead for the third time in four games, this time dropping a 6-4 decision to the Florida Everblades (10-2-0-1) Friday night at Germain Arena. Marshall Everson tallied two more power play goals along with a primary assist, while Chris Kushneriuk had a goal and two assists, all coming in the first.

Kushneriuk gave Florida the 1-0 lead midway through the first, jamming home a loose puck to the right of Gladiators goaltender Adam Brown. Two minutes later, former Gladiator Evan Bloodoff made it 2-0 just eight seconds into Florida’s first power play.

From there, Marshall Everson did what he does best, scoring on the power play. At 13:13, Everson scored on a one-timer feed from Garry Nunn on Gwinnett’s first man-advantage. And then at 18:46, Everson notched his second power play goal of the night by jumping into a loose puck to Allen York’s left. Florida would escape the first with a lead, however, as Adam Brace scored with just 18 seconds left in the period.

The second period was all Gwinnett, beginning with Dyson Stevenson’s unassisted goal at 11:20. The Portland Pirates assignee scored his first professional goal on a two-on-one alongside Sean Berkstresser by blasting a blistering slap-shot by York.

The Gladiators then took the lead at 18:05 on Brenden Walker’s fourth of the season. Tristin Llewellyn skied a perfect, 100-foot saucer-pass to Everson, who was breaking into the offensive zone simultaneously with Walker. All alone in the zone, Everson tapped the pass to Walker, and Walker slapped it in to give Gwinnett the 4-3 lead.

In the third, however, Florida stormed back with goals at 5:56 by Jeff Costello to tie, 15:07 by Mitch Wahl to take the lead, and an empty-netter at 19:20 by John McInnis to seal the come-from-behind. For the Gladiators, it was the third time in the last four games that the team was not able to hold on to a third period lead.

The Gladiators will get one more crack at the Everblades in this three-game set with a 7:00-tilt back at Germain Arena on Saturday. The next Gladiators home game will be on Tuesday, the 25th at 7:05 p.m. against the South Carolina Stingrays.

For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website at www.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth – where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s “One and Only” professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top “Things To Do” in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or “like” the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).



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Photo Credit: Al Larson



Paukovich Comes to Gwinnett
Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Gladiators announced the signing of veteran forward Geoff Paukovich on Wednesday. Paukovich (pronounced POCK-ah-vich) has played in 401 regular season games in the ECHL and AHL over six seasons.

Last year, Paukovich, 28, was named captain of the Las Vegas Wranglers at the beginning of his fourth consecutive season with the team. He also picked up six goals and 11 assists over 61 games played. In all, the native of Englewood, Colorado played in 250 regular season and postseason contest with the Wranglers organization.

The 6-4, 215-pound forward was drafted by the Edmonton Oilers in the second round (57th overall) of the 2004 NHL Entry Draft. He began his professional career with the Stockton Thunder in 2007-08, where he recorded a career high 13 goals and 13 assists in 70 games.

From there, Paukovich spent the majority of the 2008-09 and the entirety of the 2009-10 seasons with the Springfield Falcons of the AHL, playing in 109 games.

Before his professional career began, Paukovich attended the University of Denver from 2004 to 2007, playing in 115 games for the Pioneers, and capturing the NCAA Championship in 2005.

Paukovich joins the Gladiators roster shortly before the team’s weekend set in Estero, Fla. against the Florida Everblades. The team’s next home game will be on Tuesday, November 25th against the South Carolina Stingrays.

For tickets and schedule information, visit the official team website at www.gwinnettgladiators.com or call the main office line at 770-497-5100.

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth - where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s "One and Only" professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top "Things To Do" in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or "like" the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).

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Photo via IIA Photography/Las Vegas Wranglers




Gladiators AHL Update
Tuesday, November 18, 2014

A month into the season, the Gladiators have already had six players recalled or loaned to AHL teams, which is second-most over the same time frame in team history.

Those players include:

Dan O’Donoghue (F)
o With Gwinnett from 10/14 to 10/25: 1 game played, 0 goals, 1 assist
o With Portland from 10/25-present: 4 gp, 0g, 0a
Joel Hanley (D)
o With Gwinnett from 10/7 to 10/29: 3 gp, 1g, 0a
o With Portland from 10/29-present: 7gp, 0g, 1a
Bretton Stamler (D)
o With Gwinnett from 10/7 to 11/2: 5 gp, 0g, 3a
o With Hartford from 11/2-present: 4 gp, 0g, 0a
Jordon Southorn (D)
o With Gwinnett from 10/27 to 11/13: 5 gp, 2g, 3a
o With Portland from 11/13-present: 2 gp, 0g, 0a
Greg Carey (F)
o With Gwinnett from 11/1 to 11/15: 5 gp, 5g, 5a
o With Portland from 11/15-present: 2 gp, 0g, 1a
Casey Pierro-Zabotel (F)
o With Gwinnett from 7/16-11/17: 11 gp, 7g, 6a
o With Norfolk from 11/17-present: 0 gp, 0g, 0a

"Call-ups are always a double-edged sword," Gladiators President Steve Chapman said. "On the one-hand, that’s one of our purposes as an organization - to develop talent, to give guys a chance to reach the highest level of professional hockey that they can. It’s rewarding to see guys get chances to prove themselves at the next level and it’s especially rewarding when they do. On the other hand, when it comes in one massive wave like this, it’s a challenge.

"It’s not easy to lose six players to the AHL over a short period of time. And throw in some extended injuries to six key guys as well. But, it’s the reality and it’s what we have to deal with at the moment. We have to have enough character and commitment to see it through. Hot streaks and rough patches are going to happen at this level of hockey if you are an organization that truly develops players."

The only time the Gladiators have had more call-ups in such a short amount of time was in the 2007-08 season when the team had eight players assigned to the AHL:

• Dan Turple (Chicago) - 10/19
• Mike Vigilante (Manitoba) - 10/27
• Chad Denny (Chicago) - 10/31
• Scott Lehman (Chicago) - 11/5
• Jeff Campbell (Norfolk) - 11/7
• Colton Fretter (Chicago) - 11/12
• Chad Painchaud (Chicago) - 11/12
• Jon Awe (Houston) - 11/17

The Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation’s premier "AA" hockey league, and are affiliated with the Arizona Coyotes of the NHL. All home games are played at the 11,355-seat Arena at Gwinnett Center, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth - where parking is always free.

As Atlanta’s "One and Only" professional hockey team, the Gladiators have established an extraordinary winning tradition and unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for affordable and family-friendly sports entertainment. The Gladiators are consistently ranked as one of the top "Things To Do" in the Atlanta area and across the North Georgia region.

For all the latest team news, contests, and more visit GwinnettGladiators.com, or "like" the Gladiators on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GwinnettGladiators), and follow the team on Twitter (www.twitter.com/GWTGladiators).

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