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Lets play a little Rockford Sports Jeopardy. The category is IceHogs Hockey.
The $100 answer is, Oct. 6, 2007.
The correct response would be, When was the first-ever American Hockey League game for the IceHogs?
Hockey for $200, please.
The answer is, Quad City Flames 5, Rockford 1.
The correct response is, What was the final score of the first-ever AHL game between the two clubs?
Hockey for $300, please.
The answer is, During the third period on a 5-3 power play.
The correct response would be, When did the IceHogs get their first goal as a member of the AHL?
Hockey for $400, please.
The answer is, IceHogs Winger/Forward David Bolland.
The correct response is, Who scored the first-ever AHL goal for the IceHogs?
And closing out the category, Hockey for $500, please.
The answer is, one for 15.
The correct response is, How poorly did the IceHogs do on the power play during their first AHL game?
The Hogs next eight games will be on the road. They are in Iowa this Saturday night, Oct. 13, to take on the Iowa Stars. Game time is 7:07 p.m. Fans can listen to all of the IceHogs home and away games on WNTA 1330 AM radio this season. Veteran Hogs broadcaster Mike Peck will call all of the action.
The Hogs wont play their first AHL game in Rockford until Friday night, Nov. 2, against the San Antonio Rampage. Tickets for all home games went on sale Monday, Oct. 8. Fans can call the box office at (815) 968-5222, log on to www.centreevents.com or stop at the MetroCentre Box Office in downtown Rockford.
.from the Oct. 10, 2007, issue