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WELCOME TO RHODE RIVER BOAT SALES

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What can a guy say but, “Thank you Rhode River Boat Sales.”

Rhode River cares about Hartford hockey and they care about their customers. Don’t let their Maryland address fool you. They can get a quality boat to you wherever you may be and they can do it at great savings to you too.

This says a lot about you the loyal Howlings readers. This says that this company believes that you are the kind of people who would be interested in purchasing a boat so they are investing in Howlings as a sign of it.

If you have any interest in boating, check them out on the web at RhodeRiverMarina.com. If you want to see us succeed here people need to go and take a look.

The more advertisers that we have the better we can do and the more that we will be able to bring to you. Ultimately, that’s the plan…

Once again, thank you Rhode River Boat Sales. You’ve made our day.

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WHALE OF A PARKING DEAL FOR FANS

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CT WHALE AND HARTFORD PARKING AUTHORITY ANNOUNCE NEW FAN-FRIENDLY PARKING PARTNERSHIP

LOYALTY CARD PROGRAM OFFERS FREE PARKING AT MORGAN STREET GARAGE

Fans have been parking their “tails” at CT Whale games all season long. Now, they can “park their “tails” at the Morgan Street garage and get free parking.  Whalers Sports & Entertainment COO and President Howard Baldwin, Jr, and the Hartford Parking Authority announced today a unique CT Whale Loyalty Card parking program at the Morgan Street Garage.

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HOWARD BALDWIN, JR. – “NOW IS THE TIME”

Connecticut WhaleThe following is a released statement from Howard Baldwin, Jr. the President and Chief Operating Officer of Whalers Sports and Entertainment. We fully agree word-for-word with it and encourage you to follow up on what Mr. Baldwin is saying.

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RALLY TO TOWEL NIGHT WITH THE WHALE

CT Whale Rockin HockeyAs many of you know, we are proud to support our friend Dave Romeiko at the Connecticut Whale. As a Salesperson, Dave goes the extra mile for everyone that he does business with and is a tremendous asset for the Whale organization. As someone who has bought tickets from Dave as a consumer, looking to him through those eyes, Dave gets it.

If you want to join the team and help fill the arena on Rally Towel Night, you should call Dave right away at 860-728-3366 and he’s at extension 26.

Tell Dave Howlings sent you…

Details after the jump:

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BALDWIN UNVEILS PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN HARTFORD TO BRING BACK THE NHL

Bob CrawfordBY: BOB CRAWFORD, Voice of the Connecticut Whale

BALDWIN UNVEILS PLANS FOR DOWNTOWN HARTFORD

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Includes Renovation of XL Center and Revitalization of Trumbull Streetscape as Dining and Entertainment Destination

Whalers Sports & Entertainment (WSE) chairman and CEO Howard Baldwin today unveiled his ambitious “New England Sports & Entertainment (NESE)” plans to use hockey to revitalize downtown Hartford.  Baldwin detailed the plans at the Metro Hartford Alliance’s “Rising Star Breakfast” at the Bushnell.

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DEFENSE PLAYER MOVES IN DANBURY AND HARTFORD

The AHL transactions page has the news that Brendan Bell has been returned to the Connecticut Whale from the NY Rangers. Bell, 6’1, 205 pounds from Ottawa, Ontario Canada, played in one game for the Blueshirts this season and did not register any points or PIM and was a minus-1.

Meanwhile in the FHL, sources indicate that the Danbury Whalers have traded for defenseman Paul Arnott, a very popular player with the team last season. Arnott, a Holly, Michigan native, had two goals and seven assists in 25 games in The Hat City last season.

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ALL THAT WILL BE MISSING IS FERRIS BUELLER

“WHALE FACE-OFF” SEASON KICK-OFF EVENT SET FOR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1

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Pep Rally-style Event Takes Place at West Hartford’s Blue Back Square

For The Connecticut Whale’s first full season fans will be literally dancing in the streets, as Whalers Sports & Entertainment (WSE) announced today that the Connecticut Whale will host its official “Whale Blue & Green Block Party” Season Face-off event Saturday, October 1 from 6:00-9:00 PM at Blue Back Square in West Hartford.

The Whale Face-off event will take the form of a pep rally, with introductions of the 2011 Whale team and coaching staff, who will also be signing autographs.

“The Connecticut Whale Face-Off event at Blue Back Square in West Hartford will literally have you dancing in the streets as we kick off the Connecticut Whale’s first full season,” said Howard Baldwin, Jr, President & COO, WSE. “Help us celebrate our first full season kick off.” Continue reading

WHALE TIX ARE HERE

CT WHALE ANNOUNCES GALA HOME OPENER AND SINGLE-GAME TICKETS ON SALE THIS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3

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Home Opener is Saturday, October 15

 

Hockey Night in Hartford is 45 days away and counting. Whalers Sports & Entertainment president and COO Howard Baldwin, Jr. announced today that tickets  for the gala Opening Night October 15th, and all individual game tickets for the Connecticut Whale’s upcoming 2011-12 American Hockey League season, presented by the Connecticut Lottery, will go on sale this Saturday, September 3 at 10:00 AM.

(editor’s note – All of the special features in what will make this a world-class opening night will be released at a later date).

“The countdown for the Connecticut Whale’s first full season is underway,” Baldwin, Jr. said. “Are your Whale tickets on ice?”

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A NEW PARTNER FOR THE WHALE

WHALERS SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP TO THE “MAX”

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Max Restaurant Group Joins Aetna and St. Francis in Growing Alliance of Connecticut Whale Partners

Hockey Night in Hartford has taken on a whole new flavor with the announcement that the Max Restaurant Group, Connecticut’s premier restaurant group, is partnering with the Connecticut Whale for a unique season ticket holder loyalty program, said Whalers Sports & Entertainment (WSE) president and COO Howard Baldwin, Jr.

The Max program features the Whale’s new Season Ticket Holder Loyalty Program that offers every season ticket holder 20% off entrees at both Max Downtown and Trumbull Kitchen before or after each home game. In addition, the Connecticut Whale has announced the “Max Restaurant Group Season Ticket Holder of the Night”, who will be selected from season ticket holders attending the game.

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AETNA INSURES WHALE AMATEUR PROGRAM CONTINUES STRONG

AetnaWHALERS SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT WELCOMES AETNA AS FIRST “WHALERS ALLIANCE” PARTNER

Multi-faceted Commitment Includes Title Sponsorship of
CT Whale’s Amateur Hockey Initiatives

HARTFORD, Conn., August 3, 2011― Aetna (NYSE: AET) and Whalers Sports & Entertainment today announced a new agreement making Aetna the first member of the “Whalers Alliance.”  The Whalers Alliance refers to companies and corporations who have made significant, long-term commitments to the mission of Whalers Sports & Entertainment (WSE).

Aetna (NYSE: AET) and WSE have signed a three-year agreement valued at nearly $500,000, which is highlighted by Aetna’s becoming the title sponsor of the Whale’s new Amateur Hockey program.

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