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WIN A KNIGHTHAWKS CHAMPIONSHIP RING
08/23/2014 - 2:10pm

Here is your chance to own a piece of Rochester Knighthawks’ history. The Knighthawks announced today that one lucky season ticket holder will win a 2014 National Lacrosse League Championship Ring.

Fans can enter the Knighthawks’ “7th Man Championship Ring Raffle” by renewing their season tickets for the 2015 season or by becoming a new member of our season ticket holder family. Season ticket holders will receive one entry per seat in their account. The deadline to enter the raffle is at the close of business on Wednesday, October 1st.

“At our 2014 championship parade and celebration, Curt (Styres) said he considered the fans, who come out and cheer on the Knighthawks every game, to truly be our 7th Man,” said Knighthawks President Lewis Staats. “In recognition of this great support and the boost of adrenalin it gives our guys playing a home game at The Blue Cross Arena, we decided that it would be appropriate to have one of our season ticket holders be presented with a 2014 championship ring with ‘7th Man’ engraved on it. It is very fitting to have one lucky season ticket holder be the winner of this one-of-a-kind piece of Knighthawks’ history.”

The drawing to select the winner of the championship ring raffle will be held on Monday, October 6th. The winner will be invited to attend the 2014 Knighthawks Championship Banquet. The “7th Man” will be presented with their ring by Knighthawks Owner and General Manager Curt Styres at the banquet, featuring the 2014 championship team, coaches, and front office staff. The date and location of the event is to be determined.

The Knighthawks won their league-record third straight Champion’s Cup on May 31st by defeating the Calgary Roughnecks in the NLL Championship Series. The Knighthawks also secured a spot in local sports history by becoming the first team in Rochester to earn a three-peat. The championship was the fifth in the team’s 20 seasons of professional lacrosse.

For any questions or to secure your entry in the “7th Man Championship Ring Raffle,” please contact the Knighthawks ticket office at (585) 454-4295 or Click here to purchase your season tickets.


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