In their "Return to the MECCA" on Thursday, the Bucks didn't play very well, losing to the Celtics. But while the on-court basketball was at-times unattractive, the basketball court itself was strikingly vivid and the off-court atmosphere smilingly vibrant. It was an awesome amalgam of old and new.
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Thanks to a new partnership between the Admirals and SpringHill Suites, diehard Milwaukee fans can have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be part of the action at a game, then eat well and sleep soundly at a hotel one block away. It's the #Milhockey package; book it.
The Admirals host the San Antonio Rampage at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena, and love and hockey will be in the air. To celebrate Valentine's Day, the first 2,500 fans to the game will receive a cupid-inspired bobblehead of mascot Roscoe.
The Wave are quietly putting together another fantastic season, even if few people are watching. But despite the relatively low attendance, the Wave put out a product high in energy, excitement and value, making their games among the best experiences a sports fan can have.
The Admirals claimed forward Mark Zengerle off waivers, the team announced Thursday, and the former Wisconsin Badgers standout is expected to make his debut on Saturday night when Milwaukee hosts the Rockford IceHogs at the UWM Panther Arena.
When the Bucks host the Celtics in the much-anticipated "Return to the MECCA" game at the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena on Oct. 26, they will be playing on a replication of Robert Indiana's iconic floor, the "court that made Milwaukee famous."
The Admirals announced today that the team has assigned defenseman Rick Pinkston and goalie Jake Paterson to the Norfolk Admirals and loaned forward Derek Army to the Wheeling Nailers. Those moves set Milwaukee's opening night roster at 24 players.
The Wave announced its 22-game 2017-18 schedule, and an exciting event at the regular-season opener, featuring one of local soccer's biggest names, will surely stand out to longtime fans. Before its home game against Cedar Rapids, the team will honor Keith Tozer with a banner-raising ceremony.
The Milwaukee Admirals begin their 2017 Training Camp on Tuesday with a 10:45 a.m. practice at the Kern Center on the Campus of MSOE. Heading into preseason, the team also announced that it had received 18 players from the Nashville Predators.
Individual game tickets for the Milwaukee Admirals' 2017-18 regular season will go on sale to the general public on Sept. 5 at 10 a.m., team president Jon Greenberg announced.
In celebration of the franchise's 50th anniversary, the Bucks announced Saturday at their third annual Summer Block Party that they will play a game at the MECCA - now called the UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena - during the 2017-18 regular season. It will be a very special night.
Milwaukee Admirals Owner and CEO Harris Turer and Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the two clubs have extended their affiliation agreement for five years, taking the long-standing partnership through the 2021-22 season.
Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that the team will play home playoff games on Wednesday, April 26 and, if necessary, Friday April 28. Both games will be at 7 pm at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
This is an action-packed weekend for the Admirals, with two home games, a few fun promotions and a postgame concert Saturday night. Also, the team has officially clinched a spot in the postseason, and playoff ticket packages are now on sale.
The Admirals will host the annual Battle of the Badges Game this Saturday, April 1 at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Area law enforcement and area firefighters will square off in a double header with doors opening at 11:30 am.