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Brampton Beast Tickets
Affiliates: Ottawa Senators (NHL), Belleville Senators (AHL)
Head coach: Spiros Anastas
Location of home games: CAA Centre
Brampton Beast TicketsIn 2013, the now-defunct Central Hockey League announced that they intended to give Brampton a CHL team for that coming season. A name-that-team contest was held which led to the Brampton Beast being the name of the new team. Former SPHL coach of the year Mark DeSantis became the inaugural head coach for the team while Brent Hughes became the assistant coach. The first player to be signed was Brett Smith, who also became the team's first captain. The Beast joined up with the ECHL with the folding of the CHL as one of seven teams granted expansion membership into the league for the 2014-15 season. Cal Wild, captain of the Beast, was named the ECHL Community Player of the Year for that season. In the 2016-17 season, the team picked up several players during free agency that turned out to be a big boost for the team, leading them to their first playoff berth. Get your Brampton Beast tickets at StubHub, where you can be assured of getting tickets and seats with their FanProtect Guarantee.
Who are the main rivals for the Brampton Beast?The Brampton Beast have had several rivalries throughout the history of their franchise. Some of the most notable would be with the Adirondack Thunder, the Wheeling Nailers, the Allen Americans, the Quad City Mallards and the Rapid City Rush. The biggest of these rivals is likely against the Rapid City Rush.
Who are the coaching staff for the Brampton Beast?Spiros Anastas acts as head coach for the Brampton Beast and also serves as the director of hockey operations. Duncan Dalmao is the assistant coach for the team while Shawn Smith is their equipment manager. The athletic therapist for the Beast is Tara Gilliland-Smith.
Are there any special promotional nights at any of the Brampton Beast home games?There are several promotional nights at Brampton Beast home games throughout the season. A few of them are country night, fan appreciation night and multicultural night. Each promotion offers a number of different tie-ins to a specific theme. Get the Brampton Beast schedule and all promotional night information at StubHub.
What are some details about Boomer the Beast, the mascot for the team?Boomer is a friendly beast that is there to keep the crowd excited about the game. He likes anything involving beasts, hence his favorite song is 'Beast of Burden' and his favorite movie is 'Beauty & The Beast'. You can find Boomer at every Brampton Beast home game.
What is seeing a Brampton Beast home game like at the CAA Centre?The CAA Centre was built in 1998 and hosts all manner of events throughout the year as well as being the ice hockey home to the Brampton Beast. The facility features four National Hockey League size rinks and includes a spectator area that can comfortably fit 5,000 fans. Also featured is a 250-seat restaurant that overlooks the three rinks used by the public. An impressive 1.2 million patrons come out to the CAA Centre every year. For Brampton Beast home games, the doors open one hour prior to game time. All large bags such as backpacks and luggage should be left in the car as only smaller bags are allowed. There is a no in/out policy at the facility, so fans should bring everything they need for the game the first time through, since there will be no re-entry. For a VIP experience, the CAA Centre boasts 27 luxury suites that come well-equipped for an elevated night of hockey.
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