Monsters Reach Out to Fans of All Ages
Without any home games slated for this week, the Lake Erie Monsters used their time to reach out to fans of all ages in the community. On Tuesday, March 8th, the Monsters paid a visit to Manorah Park in Beachwood for an ever-popular noodle hockey event, before a Monsters Kids Club Skate at Hoover Arena in Strongsville.
The Monsters Kids Club offers fun opportunities for kids to get to know their favorite players, while making new friends in the community.
At Tuesday’s event, kids enjoyed refreshments from Teresa’s Pizza, as well as an opportunity to skate with players Julien Brouillette and Harrison Reed. Mascot Sully and members of the MonSquad were also on hand to entertain participants.
Presented by Huntington, Monsters Kids Club members have access to tickets, Monsters paraphernalia and discounts at the Team Shop.
To join Monsters Kids Club, CLICK HERE.
Noodle hockey visits many assisted living centers throughout the season, offering residence a chance to compete in a friendly game against the Monsters.
Tuesday’s event paid a visit to Manorah Park in Beachwood, where residents enjoyed the company of Joel Chouinard, Zach Cohen, Ray Macias and Cameron Gaunce.
Now a fixture on the team’s community events schedule, noodle hockey began a few years ago when a local establishment challenged the Monsters to a game.