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12/07/2012 - 12:28pm

NLL Champs to host three-time NASCAR champion Tony Stewart --
(Rochester, December 7)… The three-time National Lacrosse League Champion Rochester Knighthawks will welcome three-time NASCAR Champ Tony Stewart to The Blue Cross Arena on Saturday, February 2nd.

Tickets for the game and the rest of the team’s home schedule will go on sale at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 8th at all Ticketmaster outlets,, and at The Blue Cross Arena Box Office.

Ticket prices range from $18 to $30 with discounts available for groups of 10 or more. Knighthawks’ eight-game season ticket packages start at $120 per seat, while four-game Lax Packs start as low as $64. Fans can also purchase a Voucher Pack, which allows you to purchase eight vouchers that can be used in any denomination for any game starting at $124. Knighthawks’ Holiday Packs are also available, which include two vouchers for best available seating and one NLL Championship T-shirt for $40.

The defending National Lacrosse League Champions will kick off the home portion of their schedule on Saturday, January 19th against the rival Buffalo Bandits at 7:30 p.m. at The Blue Cross Arena. Rochester will raise its 2012 NLL Championship banner before the game to commemorate the title won in the Knighthawks’ 18th season.

On Saturday, February 2nd, the Knighthawks will welcome NASCAR legend Tony Stewart to The Blue Cross Arena to watch his first NLL game. Stewart will participate in on-field promotions with fans who will be eligible to win one-of-a-kind Stewart merchandise. The Knighthawks will announce further details on Tony Stewart Night in the coming weeks.

That night, Rochester will also host its annual Men’s Health Night, presented by the Urology Associates of Rochester. The team will wear special jerseys, which will be auctioned off to raise money and awareness for prostate cancer. A Tony Stewart numbered, lettered and autographed jersey will be among the auction items.

The Knighthawks will announce their full promotional schedule following their preseason game on Saturday, December 15th in Montreal against the Toronto Rock. This Saturday, Rochester hosts the Minnesota Swarm at 8:00 p.m. at The Blue Cross Arena. General admission tickets to the game are FREE and can be picked up at The Knighthawks Office or The Blue Cross Arena Box Office.

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