LAKESHORE SPORTS CENTER: LIVE BARN
Are you a fan that hates coming to one of our league-high eleven 10:00pm games? Well..sit home and watch the game live on LiveBarn! What is Livebarn? You can watch games, events, practices, etc. at Lakeshore Sports Center! Grandma can't make your game? Watch it on Livebarn. Want to watch your fabulous goal from men's league? Livebarn. You can even zoom in and out and focus on one end of the ice, if you'd like! Scout the teams you are playing...the possibilities are endless! This promo code is for EVERYONE, men's league, figure skaters, youth leagues, grandparents, etc. We don't care where or who you play for.. it's FREE! For a limited time, LiveBarn is offering a 30-day free trial to NEW subscribers at Lakeshore Sports Centre! Stream unlimited Live and On Demand video from any LiveBarn venue, including Lakeshore Sports Centre, at absolutely no cost. To take advantage of this temporary offer, copy the below promo code...
…GO TO https://www.livebarn.com/ and paste the code into the "Promotion Code (optional)" box. Choose any plan you'd like to have after the free trial expires. If you cancel before 30 days you will not be charged. This promotion will be valid until November 26.
MERCY HEALTH/L.C. WALKER TO HOST PHANTOMS MARCH 28TH
For the third time in as many years, the Phantoms will return to Muskegon for a Black vs. Gray scrimmage game on Saturday, March 28th at 2:00pm. This time, the event will take place at the newly named Mercy Health Arena, formally L.C. Walker Arena. Following the Phantom scrimmage, the Muskegon Lumberjacks of the USHL will take on the Chicago Steel at 7:00pm during Margaritaville Night in which the 'Jacks will be wearing special jerseys. Cost to skate in the Black vs. Gray scrimmage game will be $30 (which includes a ticket to the 'Jacks game and a Hotdog, Soda and Chip meal-deal). Cost to just skate in the scrimmage game will be $30. This scrimmage game will be limited to 12 skaters per team and goaltender. To Sign up for the event, please CLICK HERE. Al money is due to Wootton no later than March 7th (Paypal, CashApp and Vemno accepted). "To once again have the opportunity to bring a Phantom game to my hometown rink is very special," Phantom goaltender Kevin Wootton said. "This rink has undergone tremendous change over the past few years and has become a host to a great atmosphere, an entertaining venue and premier building in minor league and junior league hockey, for the Lumberjacks to continue to allow our Phantom team to skate and have a great night out is something that many on the team look forward to each year," Wootton said.
LOCOS TOP FETCH TO CAPTURE LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Lakeside Locomotives were able to etch their name into the Lakeshore Sports Centre history books on May 21, 2019, as the team captured the franchise’s first championship by downing Fetch Brewing 7-2 in the championship game. For the Locos, the fifth year team was able to use solid goal scoring with three goals in the opening frame, followed by a pair of strikes in each of the second and third periods to lift the squad to the championship victory. The Locos, who were forced to wear the alternate Phantom Yellow jerseys during the game due to conflict with the Fetch Brewing Black jerseys, were able to keep the defending champion Fetch Brewing at bay for most of the game, as despite both team’s exchanging a goal early in the opening period, the Locomotives would respond with the game’s next four goals to take a 5-1 lead midway into the second period, a lead that the Locomotives would not relinquish. Late in the second period, Fetch would strike with their second goal of the game to narrow the Locomotive lead to 5-2, however, in the third period, the Lakeside crew would capitalize twice more to seal Fetch’s fate and take claim to a 7-2 win. The Locomotives were powered by Zach Kinney and Ray Schelhas each with a pair of goals, while Matt Neiger, Matt Zehr and Trent Kik would stage singletons for the Locos. In addition to the five marksmen on the night, a total of seven players (Kinney, Schelhas, Neiger, Zehr, Kik, Anderson and DeBoer) would capture assists to complete a total team effort enroute to the league championship. The Locomotives completed the regular season in fifth place with a 8-12-2 record, while Fetch Brewing completed the regular season in third place with a 10-8-4 overall record. The Locomotives and Fetch completed the season series 3-3 against each other.