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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Stockton Thunder / Friday's The Night, Where Will You Be? / #StkThunder

10/18/2010 1:02 PM -

NEXT HOME GAME: Friday, Oct. 22

TIME: 7:30 p.m.

OPPONENT: Ontario Reign

TICKETS: Click here (starting at just $9)


POSTER GIVEAWAY (presented by Coors Light and DBI Beverage of San Joaquin)
All fans will receive a commemorative Thunder player poster, courtesy of Coors Light and DBI Beverage of San Joaquin!

- One lucky section at the game will receive a free gift courtesy of MetroPCS and all fans are invited to stop by MetroPCS's booth at Stockton Arena to win a free phone and service for one whole year!

POSTGAME AUTOGRAPH BOOTH: Chris D'Alvise and Aaron Clarke

D'Alvise, 24, is one of nine returning players from last year's Thunder team that made its first ever appearance in the Conference Final.

Already with two assists in three games, The 5-foot-11, 175-pound pivot was named 2009-10 Thunder Rookie of the Year last year to lead the Thunder and rank fourth among ECHL rookies with 34 goals, additionally ranking second on the team with 67 points (34g-33a) in 68 games.

The native of Mississauga, Ontario was named to the National Conference All-Star team last year and also achieved Reebok Hockey ECHL Rookie of the Month honors in March, netting 23 points (11g-12a) in a 15-game stretch.

Named one of four rotating alternate captains, Clarke, 27, comes off a 2009-10 season where he shattered career highs in goals (25), points (57) and assists (32) in 59 ECHL games, additionally ranking third on the Nailers in scoring and goals. Contributing on the penalty kill, his five shorthanded goals, a career-high as well, led the ECHL.

Completing his third year, the 5-foot-9, 185-pound forward racked up 14 assists on the power-play which ranked tied for second on the team.

The Peterborough, Ontario native earned a selection to the American Conference All-Star team in 2009, his first ECHL All-Star berth and scored a goal in the game at Reading. Serving the Nailers as captain, Clarke capped off the year with 37 points (11g-26a) in 40 games for Wheeling and chipped in with three goals and an assist in seven playoff games.

* Autograph booth participants subject to change

-Reprinted by with permission by the Stockton Thunder-

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