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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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HOCKEY IN THE STREETS

whaleCigna, the Whale and YMCA Team Up for

“Hockey in the Streets” for Greater Hartford’s Inner City Kids

· Cigna sponsors inner city kids’ Connecticut  Whale player clinics and street hockey leagues at Hartford and East Hartford YMCAs

· All Hartford and East Hartford boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years invited to play and learn

cignaCigna, the Connecticut Whale and the YMCA of Greater Hartford are teaming up to bring hockey to the streets of Hartford and East Hartford for boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years.

The Cigna Hockey in the Streets leagues kick off with a series of one-hour Connecticut Whale player clinics, beginning at five p.m., Monday, December 19, at The Wilson-Gray YMCA Youth and Family Center on 444 Albany Ave., Hartford.  While the YMCA of Greater Hartford is the first to host the program, Cigna Hockey in the Streets is open to groups and venues throughout the region.

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COUNT US IN…ARE YOU?

Connecticut WhaleCIGNA AND CT WHALE TEAM UP FOR NEW “HOCKEY IN THE STREETS” PROGRAM

Kick off at YMCA with special Media Hockey Charity Challenge

WHAT:      To many kids the thrill of playing professional hockey or representing their country in the Winter Games is a far off miracle. Perhaps not. Cigna and Connecticut Whale are teaming up in a new program to bring hockey to the streets of Hartford and area towns for boys and girls ages 6 to 12 years. Sponsored by The Cigna Foundation, the “Cigna Hockey in the Streets” leagues will begin with a series of Connecticut Whale clinics hosted by professional hockey players, beginning Monday, December 19 at the Wilson-Gray YMCA Youth and Family Center. While the YMCA of Greater Hartford is the first to host the program, Cigna Hockey in the Streets is open to groups and venues throughout the region.

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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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WHALE ON TV

Connecticut WhaleCT WHALE PARTNERS WITH CPTV SPORTS

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18 Games to Air in Tape-delayed, Edited Format

Whalers Sports & Entertainment (WSE) announced today the launch of a partnership with CPTV Sports that will see 18 Connecticut Whale games this season carried on the 24/7 public TV sports network.

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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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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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LATEST WHALE NEWS

The only trade that the Rangers have pulled off today was one to bring a player to Hartford. John Mitchell, a 26 year old center that plays for Toronto has been dealt for a 7th round draft pick. His role is to pick up where Tim Kennedy left off.

One ex-Pack Captain gone (Dane Byers) from Springfield another comes in (Greg Moore). Moore was traded to Columbus for along with Michael Chaput for Tom Sestito.

Other Whale news has Kris Newbury, Ryan McDonagh and Mats Zuccarello paperwork filed for their return to Connecticut. That’s just a formality so they can be on the clear day roster and play in the AHL playoffs.

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CONNECTICUT WHALE AND NEW JERSEY

Connecticut WhaleIt’s not what you think… The Whale aren’t going anywhere, but they did receive their “New Jerseys”

You’ll be able to purchase one for yourself at The Hartford Store, 45 Pratt Street, Hartford. At the game you’ll be able to purchase them at the merchandise stands. Continue reading

BALDWIN ECHL BOUND

Connecticut WhaleLee Baldwin has been reassigned by the Whale to the ECHL’s Greenville Road Warriors.

There is a lot of speculation out there that this move is a pre-cursor to Todd White, who cleared waivers , to be sent to the Whale. Continue reading