ICEHOGS BROADCASTS TO KICK OFF WITH WARM UP THIS SEASON

By: Mike Peck

Every game will be broadcast live on Antenna TV once again

Rockford, Ill.- For the second straight season, every regular season and all additional postseason Rockford IceHogs games will be broadcast live on 23.2 Antenna TV.

Before most IceHogs broadcasts, “IceHogs Warm Up” will lead into the live telecast. IceHogs Warm Up is an in-studio show that will include player interviews and features along with game recaps and previews.

The show will be hosted by Mike Peck and Brian Tosti. Fans can participate in the “Fan Bag” segment by submitting a question for Mike and Brian at IceHogs@IceHogs.com or through the IceHogs Facebook or Twitter (#IHWarmUp) pages.

Rockford opens the season on Saturday, Oct. 5 in San Antonio and IceHogs Warm Up will get you ready for the contest.

The games will also be available this season on Comcast Cable channel-439 in the Rockford market, Comcast Cable channel-257 in DeKalb/Rochelle, Charter Cable channel-970 in Roscoe/Rockton and Beloit/Janesville and Mediacom channel-101 in outlying areas.

A free, live audio web stream will be available through AHLlive.com and out of market fans can watch each game through AHLlive.com for just $7.

Next Home Game: Saturday, Oct. 19 vs. Grand Rapids. Game time is 7 p.m. Rockford opens the home portion of their regular season schedule against the Griffins. The first 5,000 fans to the game will receive an IceHogs calendar courtesy of Stateline Staffing Services. For tickets, call (815) 968-5222, online through IceHogs.com or in person at the BMO Harris Bank Center Box Office or at any Ticketmaster outlet.



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