The Alternate Jerseys Are Here! – Summer Post #3

We are 100 days away from Opening Night and today is a day I have been waiting on for a long while!

It is time to unveil our alternate jerseys for the 2014-15 season!

Here they are:

2014-15 Alternate Jersey - Facebook

These jerseys embody everything the Stingrays organization is about: Respecting and honoring our history with a classy and modern appeal. It is no surprise that these jerseys are flying off the shelves long before their full image graced a web page. Want one? Place your order here!

Speaking of special jerseys, we have an exciting Facebook/Twitter promotion in a couple weeks that involve YOUR vote to decide a specialty jersey for the upcoming season. After many hours on Photoshop and drafting multiple designs, I’m excited to hear what you think.

100 Days Away!

As I mentioned at the top, today marks 100 days until Opening Night (October 25)! Where has the summer gone?!?

See you at the rink!

Joey Z.

Summmer Post #2 – Stingrays Bolster Alumni Lineup, Signing News and More

Hey fans! I hope everyone had an amazing Independence Day weekend. I was privileged to spend some family time up in our Nation’s capital and enjoy the monuments, weather and of course, fireworks.

Many great things have happened with the Stingrays since my last post so let’s cut to the chase:

Stingrays Bolster Alumni Roster

Last week, we announced the initial details of the Stingrays Alumni team coming together to battle the Charleston Fire Department hockey team in support of a Goose Creek Firefighter battling cancer. The game takes place on Saturday, July 12 at 5:00 p.m. at the Carolina Ice Palace. Tickets are $10 at the door with 100% of the proceeds benefiting the firefighter and his family.

What we didn’t have, and are proud to announce today, is the full roster for the Stingrays Alumni team:

Forwards:
Hall of Famer Rob Concannon (current Stingrays team president, Kelly Cup Champion in 1997)
Ken Thibodeau (member of inaugural Stingrays team in 1993-94)
Spencer Carbery (current Stingrays head coach, Kelly Cup Champion in 2009)
Matt Reid (2004-08)
Jamie O’Brien (1994-95)
Hall of Famer Matt Scherer (2007-12, Kelly Cup Champion in 2009)
Jeff Boulanger (2001-05)

Defense:
Hall of Famer and MMA champion Nate Kiser (2004-11, Kelly Cup Champion in 2009)
Hall of Famer Trevor Johnson (2000-06, Kelly Cup Champion in 2001)
Trevor Smith (member of inaugural Stingrays team in 1993-94)
Garth Premak (member of inaugural Stingrays team in 1993-94)
Fan-Favorite Johann Kroll (2008-12, Kelly Cup Champion in 2009)

In preparation of the game, some alumni will skate tonight, Monday, July 7 at the Carolina Ice Palace at 7:15.

Stingrays Capitalize on NHL Affiliation (see what I did there…); Head to Camp

Late last month, we returned to familiar territory, entering a NHL affiliation agreement with the Washington Capitals. The two sides were previously affiliated from 2004-2012. The Stingrays shared an agreement with the Boston Bruins the past two seasons. Today, the Capitals kicked off their Development Camp in Arlington, Virginia featuring former Stingrays goaltender Phoenix Copley and Equipment Manager Brian Godin.

Fan-Favorite Patrick Gaul Returns for 2014-15 Season

For the second straight year, forward Patrick Gaul is the first summer signing for the Stingrays and coach Carbery. Last season, the gritty, hard-working forward recorded a career-high 31 points in a team-high 67 games.

Stingrays Extend Qualifying Offers

Shortly after Gaul’s announcement, the Stingrays reserved the ECHL rights to eight players by issuing Qualifying Offers, the last of a three-step process for coach Carbery (1. Protected List, 2. Season-Ending Roster, 3. Qualifying Offers). The players are forwards Jack Downing, Chris Langkow, Andrew Cherniwchan, Marc Hagel, Peter Boyd, Wayne Simpson and defensemen Brendan Ellis and Scooter Vaughan.

ECHL Announces New Divisions and Playoff Format
2014-15 Schedule Released
We are celebrating our 22nd season and it is arriving fast! The new campaign kicks off on October 19 on the road and Opening Night is October 25 against Wheeling at the Coliseum! Be sure to pick up/download the schedule!
We Have Been Shnarped!
It’s official, the Stingrays are verified on Shnarped, a new smartphone app that puts your favorite team and players all in one location. Fans receive live updates and stats along with the latest news and more. Check it out!
Around the rink…
I chatted with coach Carbery earlier today and as of right now, we will not have a new player announcement this week. He has been actively working the phones and could also be waiting for paperwork to arrive in the mail. I WILL have news of the Stingrays joining Hockey Players for Kids (HP4K) in a fun community event next week. Look for that Wednesday.
See you at the rink!
Joey Z.

The Latest and Greatest from Stingraysland – Summer Post #1

Hey Stingrays fans!

With the Kelly Cup Finals (congratulations Alaska) and the Stanley Cup Finals (congratulations LA) in the books the the AHL’s Calder Cup Finals winding down (Texas leads series 3-1 heading into tonight’s game at St. John’s), the summer and offseason is officially upon us. Don’t worry! There are a lot of great things happening behind the scenes to be excited about!

On the hockey side, the Stingrays released the Protected List earlier this month and announced the Season-Ending Roster yesterday. The protected list featured 27 players from the 2013-14 season and allows the Stingrays to retain the ECHL rights of those players. From the list, coach Spencer Carbery picks 20 to be on the Season-Ending Roster. The next step will be the extend qualifying offers to eight of the 20 players by July 1st. More news on those offers will be coming soon!

Also, the ECHL started to approve player contracts/signings for the upcoming season on Monday. I will be meeting with Carbery next week to see who the first batch of 2014-15 Stingrays will be. With that said, we should also have some NHL affiliation news coming soon.

Off the ice, the 2014-15 season is already in full swing! The schedule was released not long ago and the promotions and nights are being booked. This week, all the ECHL teams come together for the annual Sales, Marketing and Communications Meetings in Las Vegas, NV. This is a great opportunity for ideas to be created and shared, develop strategies for the upcoming year and hand out  awards for the 2013-14 campaign. President Rob Concannon, Director of Ticket Sales Bob McCaffrey and I will be out there starting tomorrow. Follow me on Twitter at @JoeyZStingrays for updates! Personally, I am looking forward to catching up with former Stingrays Darren Abbott and Ashley Hoffman (Manchester Monarchs), Todd Merton (ECHL Office) and former defenseman Chris Foy.

Inside the office, I am happy to report that we are off to one of our best offseason starts ever for tickets and corporate sponsors. A huge pat on the back to Bob, Kyle, Chris, Ronnie, Amanda, Jade and Melissa.

In Stingrays Alumni news:

Hall of Fame defenseman and coach Jared Bednar was named the head coach of the Springfield Falcons (AHL) by their NHL affiliate, the Columbus Blue Jackets. Congratulations Jared!

Elsewhere, former Stingrays forward and this season’s AHL M.V.P. and leading scorer Travis Morin has the Texas Stars on verge of capturing their first-ever Calder Cup championship. Travis scored the game-winning overtime goal in both Game 3 and Game 4 for a 3-1 series lead. Game 5 is tonight in St. John’s.

Former goalies Rob Madore and David LeNeveu made headlines this month with Madore grabbing the ECHL’s Playoff M.V.P. with the Cincinnati Cyclones and LeNeveu sitting backup with the New York Rangers during the Stanley Cup Finals.

Finally, the “unofficial” Stingrays/Pro Summer Skate has returned to the Carolina Ice Palace Monday evenings at 7:15. This is a great way to catch some fast-paced summer hockey and see your favorite Stingrays Alumni such as Hall of Famers Matt Scherer, Trevor Johnson, Jason Fitzsimmons, Jared Bednar and Dave Seitz along with fan-favorites Johann Kroll, Mike Hamilton, Trevor Smith, Garth Premak and more. Occasionally I’ll be out there attempting to make a save (more like sprawling, lunging and falling gracefully) *Player appearances subject to change*

That is all the latest news, but keep a close watch on StingraysHockey.com, our Facebook page and of course, Twitter!

See you at the rink!

Joey Z.

 

Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis Shares Special Victory with “Teammate” James Small

Today was a GREAT DAY!

After having his 2013-14 season close just before the postseason due to injury, South Carolina Stingrays goaltender Jeff Jakaitis turned to “teammate” James Small, a cancer patient at the American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge, for strength and inspiration. This morning, they celebrated together a much larger victory than a hockey game, James’ final cancer treatment at Hollings Cancer Center at the Medical University of South Carolina.

Jeff and James 2

Battling prostate cancer as well as cystic fibrosis, James was already halfway through his treatments when he met Jeff in March when several players visited the Hope Lodge.

James & Jeff during Hope Lodge visit

“Even though he is battling cancer, he is so positive,” said Jakaitis. “He brightens up my day when you think it should be the other way around. I think that has rubbed off on me and one of the reasons we became so close.”

After sharing stories, Jeff’s season came to an unfortunate end shortly after, he knew exactly who he wanted to share the final regular-season home game with. For James, it was his first every hockey game.

Stingrays Playoff Weekly: Stingrays Take the #Rays4theCup to Wheeling, West Virginia This Week

The Week That Was…

The South Carolina Stingrays kicked off the 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs and the #RaysfortheCup last week with Game 1 and 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Wheeling Nailers at the North Charleston Coliseum Friday and Saturday evening.

In Game 1, goaltender Mike Condon made 23 saves for his first professional postseason shutout to propel the Nailers to a 3-0 victory. The Stingrays fought back in Game 2, netting the game’s opening goal thanks to defenseman Luka Vidmar late in the first period. The Nailers grabbed an early power-play tally in the middle stanza, but forward Jack Downing reclaimed the Stingrays lead 13 seconds later. Nailers forward Chaz Johnson evened the contest on the man advantage in the third period and forward Tom Kuhnhackl netted the game-winning tally 9:53 into overtime to give the Nailers a 2-0 series lead.

#3 South Carolina Stingrays (43-23-2-4, 92 points) vs. #6 Wheeling Nailers (39-27-1-5, 84 points)
Nailers Lead Series 2-0
Game 1 – Wheeling Nailers 3 at South Carolina Stingrays 0
Game 2 – Wheeling Nailers 3 at South Carolina 2
Game 3 – Wednesday, April 23 at 7:00 p.m. ET at Wheeling
Game 4 – Friday, April 25 at 7:00 p.m. ET at Wheeling
Game 5 – Saturday, April 26 at 7:00 p.m. ET at Wheeling (If Necessary)
Game 6 – Tuesday, April 29 at 7:05 p.m. ET at South Carolina (If Necessary)
Game 7 – Wednesday, April 30 at 7:05 p.m. ET at South Carolina (If Necessary)

The Numbers
Goals: Luka Vidmar, Jack Downing (1)
Assists: Wayne Simpson, Igor Gongalsky, Nick Larson, Jordan Owens (1)
Points: Luka Vidmar, Jack Downing, Wayne Simpson, Igor Gongalsky, Nick Larson, Jordan Owens (1)
GAA: Pheonix Copley (2.58)
SPCT: Pheonix Copley (.923)

Taking the Lead

Goaltenders Pheonix Copley and Allen York rank 15 and 16 respectively among ECHL postseason netminders with 2.58 and 3.00 goals-against averages.

Defenseman Steve Spinell is tied for first in the ECHL and leads all league rookies and league defensemen with 14 penalty minutes. Spinell is also tied for first with two major penalties.

Defenseman Luka Vidmar is tied for fourth among ECHL blueliners with a postseason goal.

This Week:

South Carolina Stingrays at Wheeling Nailers
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals – Game 3
Wednesday, Apr. 23
7:00 p.m.
WesBanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Watch Live: Southside 17 Bar and Grill at Tanger Outlets

South Carolina Stingrays at Wheeling Nailers
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals – Game 4
Friday, Apr. 25
7:00 p.m.
WesBanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Watch Live: Southside 17 Bar and Grill at Tanger Outlets

South Carolina Stingrays at Wheeling Nailers
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals – Game 5 (If Necessary)
Saturday, Apr. 26
7:00 p.m.
WesBanco Arena in Wheeling, West Virginia
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Watch Live: Southside 17 Bar and Grill at Tanger Outlets

Latest Stingrays News…

Southside 17 in Tanger Outlets is the Official Playoff Watch Party Home of the Stingrays
North Charleston, S.C. – Southside 17 Bar and Grill at the Tanger Outlets in North Charleston is the official playoff watch party home of the South Carolina Stingrays, team president Rob Concannon and Southside 17 General Manager Joshua Butler announced.

Stingrays Battle; Fall to Nailers in Overtime in Game 2
North Charleston, S.C. – Defenseman Luka Vidmar and forward Jack Downing buried goals for the South Carolina Stingarys (0-2), but the Wheeling Nailers (2-0) prevailed 3-2 in overtime of Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the North Charleston Coliseum Saturday night. The Stingrays trail the best-of-seven series 2-0. Read More

Stingrays Fall to Nailers in Game 1 of Eastern Conference Quarterfinals
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays (0-1) fell to the Wheeling Nailers (1-0) 3-0 in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the North Charleston Coliseum Friday evening. The Stingrays trail the best-of-seven series 1-0. Read More

Jeff Jakaitis Earns Warrior Hockey ECHL Goaltender of the Year Award; Ties ECHL Record
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays, along with the ECHL, announced today that goaltender Jeff Jakaitis has been named the Warrior Hockey ECHL Goaltender of the Year award for the 2013-14 season. The award marks the second consecutive season a Stingrays goaltender has claimed the highest individual honor, an ECHL record, and the third time in the last five campaigns. Read More

Spencer Carbery Becomes First Stingrays Head Coach to Claim the John Brophy Award as ECHL Coach of the Year
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays, along with the ECHL, announced today that Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Spencer Carbery has been named the league’s recipient of the John Brophy Award as ECHL Coach of the Year. Read More

Stingrays Weekly: Stingrays Kick Off 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs Friday and Saturday at Coliseum

The Week That Was…

The South Carolina Stingrays wrapped up the 72-game regular-season schedule, claimed the South Division championship and prepare for the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Quarterfinals series against the Wheeling Nailers after a record of 2-0-0-0 last week, finishing their overall stance at 43-23-2-4.

The Stingrays battled the Greenville Road Warriors Tuesday evening at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville, South Carolina, closing the 16-game series with a 3-2 shootout victory. Defenseman Kevin Ryan scored his first professional goal and rookie Stephan Vigier netted a power-play tally. In the shootout, forward Wayne Simpson buried his team-leading sixth shootout goal to seal the victory. The Stingrays hold a 9-5-0-2 record against the Road Warriors this season.

Friday marked the final regular-season home game for the Stingrays as they celebrated Fan Appreciation Night and The Post and Courier Hall of Fame Night at the North Charleston Coliseum. On the ice, the Stingrays took down the Elmira Jackals 4-1 behind two-point games from forwards Nick Larson (one goal, one assist) and Simpson (one goal, one assist). Off the ice, former forward Marty Clapton and defenseman Trevor Johnson were inducted into team’s Hall of Fame and goaltender Jeff Jakaitis was presented with the Jerry Zucker Community Service Award.

The Stingrays clinched the South Division title Saturday night after the Orlando Solar Bears, who entered the evening second in South Division, fell 1-0 to the Reading Royals in the shootout, eliminating their chance to catch the Stingrays in the standings. The Stingrays stand first in the division for the fourth time in team history and the first time since 2000-01.

The Numbers (Regular-Season)

Record: 43-23-2-4, 92 points
Home: 22-11-2-1
Away: 21-12-0-3
Last 10 Games: 5-4-0-1
Streak: 3-0-0-0
Goals: Peter Boyd (25)
Assists: Peter Boyd (38)
Points: Peter Boyd (63)
Penalty Minutes: Anthony Collins (109)
Power-Play Goals: Jack Downing, Dale Mitchell (6)
Power-Play Assists: Peter Boyd (11)
Power-Play Points: Peter Boyd (15)
Shorthanded Goals: Luke Greiner (3)
Shorthanded Assists: Luka Vidmar, Peter Boyd (2)
Shorthanded Points: Luke Greiner (4)
Game-Winning Goals: Peter Boyd (7)
Wins: Jeff Jakaitis (24)
GAA: *David LeNeveu (1.64)
SPCT: *David LeNeveu (.940)

*LeNeveu is on loan to Hartford (AHL)

Taking the Lead (Regular-Season Standings)

The Stingrays finished first in the South Division and second in the Eastern Conference with 92 points (43-23-2-4).

Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis ranked third in the ECHL with 24 wins and a .924 save percentage, fifth with a 2.16 goals-against average and was named to the All-ECHL First Team last week.

Forward Peter Boyd finished the regular season tied for ninth in the ECHL with 63 points (25 goals, 38 assists) and tied for first with seven game-winning goals.

Forward Wayne Simpson tied for second in the ECHL and second among league rookies with six shootout goals and stands first among rookies and third over all with a shootout percentage of .857 (six goals on seven attempts)

Defenseman Steve Spinell stood fourth among rookies with 39 minor penalties.

Forward Luke Greiner tied for fifth in the ECHL and second among ECHL rookies with three shorthanded goals and tied for fourth overall and first among rookies four shorthanded points (three goals, one assist).

This Week:

South Carolina Stingrays vs. Wheeling Nailers
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals – Game 1
Friday, Apr. 18
7:05 p.m.
North Charleston Coliseum
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com, Inside Coliseum on 87.8 FM
Preview: 1-0-0-0 head-to-head record this season, 9-8-1 all-time regular-season record

South Carolina Stingrays vs. Wheeling Nailers
Eastern Conference Quarterfinals – Game 2
Saturday, Apr. 19
7:05 p.m.
North Charleston Coliseum
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com, Inside Coliseum on 87.8 FM

Latest Stingrays News…

Stingrays Open 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs Against the Wheeling Nailers
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays battle the Wheeling Nailers in the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Quarterfinals, the opening round of the 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs, the team announced today. Read More

Stingrays Close Regular-Season Schedule with 4-1 Win over Jackals
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays (43-23-2-4) closed the 2013-14 regular season with a 4-1 victory over the Elmira Jackals (24-39-3-5) at the North Charleston Coliseum on Fan Appreciation Night and The Post and Courier Hall of Fame Night Friday evening. The Stingrays open the 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs with the best-of-seven Eastern Conference Quarterfinals next weekend. The full postseason schedule and opponent will be released Sunday evening. Read More

Southside 17 in Tanger Outlets is the Official Playoff Watch Party Home of the Stingrays
North Charleston, S.C. – Southside 17 Bar and Grill at the Tanger Outlets in North Charleston is the official playoff watch party home of the South Carolina Stingrays, team president Rob Concannon and Southside 17 General Manager Joshua Butler announced today. Read More

Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis Selected to All-ECHL First Team; Stingrays Tie ECHL Record
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays, along with the ECHL, announced today that goaltender Jeff Jakaitis has been named to the All-ECHL First Team as determined in a vote of ECHL coaches, broadcasters, media relations directors and media. Read More

Stingrays Weekly: Stingrays Head to Florida Looking to Clinch Playoff Berth

The Week That Was…

The South Carolina Stingrays wrapped up a five-game homestand and opened a five-game road trip with a pair of contests against the Fort Wayne Komets and against the Greenville Road Warriors for a week record 1-2-0-0, improving the overall record to 39-22-2-4.

The Stingrays hosted the Komets at the North Charleston Coliseum Friday and Saturday night, splitting the contests. On Friday, Fort Wayne rolled to a 7-4 victory. Forwards Scott Campbell and Dale Mitchell each scored a goal and an assist and forward Peter Boyd added two assists in the loss. The following evening, Boyd netted all three goals on Stanley Cup Night to help the Stingrays over the Komets, 3-2 in overtime. Sunday featured another battle of the Palmetto State with the Road Warriors slipping past the Stingrays 2-1.

The Numbers

Record: 39-22-2-4, 84 points
Home: 21-11-2-1
Away: 18-11-0-3
Last 10 Games: 4-5-0-1
Streak: 0-1-0-0
Goals: Peter Boyd (25)
Assists: Peter Boyd (38)
Points: Peter Boyd (63)
Penalty Minutes: Scott Langdon (132)
Power-Play Goals: Jack Downing, Dale Mitchell (6)
Power-Play Assists: Peter Boyd (11)
Power-Play Points: Peter Boyd (15)
Shorthanded Goals: *Andrew Cherniwchan, Patrick Gaul, Luke Greiner (2)
Shorthanded Assists: *Luka Vidmar (2)
Shorthanded Points: Luke Greiner (3)
Game-Winning Goals: Peter Boyd (7)
Wins: Jeff Jakaitis (24)
GAA: *David LeNeveu (1.64)
SPCT: *David LeNeveu (.940)

*Cherniwchan is on loan to Providence (AHL)

*Vidmar is on loan to Rochester (AHL)

*LeNeveu is on loan to Hartford (AHL)

Taking the Lead

The Stingrays are second in the South Division and fourth in the Eastern Conference with 84 points (39-22-2-4).

Goaltender Jeff Jakaitis leads the ECHL with a .924 save percentage and 24 wins, fourth with 2391 minutes played and 1040 saves, tied for fourth with three shutouts and fifth with a 2.16 goals-against average.

Forward Peter Boyd is tied for sixth in the ECHL with 63 points (25 goals, 38 assists), tied for first with seven game-winning goals and has six goals and eight assists in his last 11 games.

Defenseman Steve Spinell is tied for third among rookies with 37 minor penalties.

Forward Luke Greiner stands tied for second among ECHL first-year players with two shorthanded goals and tied for fourth with three shorthanded points (two goals, one assist).

Forward Wayne Simpson is second among ECHL rookies with four shootout goals and leads all rookies with a .800 shootout percentage scoring four goals on five attempts.

Forward Dale Mitchell has three goals and five assists in his last seven games.

This Week:

South Carolina Stingrays at Florida Everblades
Wednesday, Apr. 2
7:30 p.m.
Germain Arena in Estero, Florida
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Preview: 7 of 9 meetings this season, 3-3-0-0 head-to-head record

South Carolina Stingrays at Florida Everblades
Saturday, Apr. 5
7:00 p.m.
Germain Arena in Estero, Florida
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Preview: 8 of 9 meetings this season

South Carolina Stingrays at Florida Everblades
Sunday, Apr. 6
5:00 p.m.
Germain Arena in Estero, Florida
Listen Live: StingraysHockey.com
Preview: 9 of 9 meetings this season

Latest Stingrays News…

Road Warriors Slip Past Stingrays to Open Road Trip
Greenville, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays (39-22-2-4) fell to the Greenville Road Warriors (38-23-2-3) 2-1 at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena Sunday afternoon to kick off a five-game road trip. Read More

Cast Your Vote for the 2014 Stingrays Hall of Fame!
North Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Stingrays announced today the four nominees for the 2014 Stingrays Hall of Fame presented by The Post and Courier. Former Stingrays forwards Marty Clapton, Pierre-Luc O’Brien, Travis Morin and defenseman Trevor Johnson highlight this season’s ballot. The Post and Courier Hall of Fame Night and induction ceremony is Friday, April 11 during the Stingrays game against the Elmira Jackals at 7:05 at the North Charleston Coliseum. Read More and Vote

Peter Boyd’s Hat Trick Powers Stingrays Past Komets
North Charleston, S.C. – Forward Peter Boyd scored all three goals to guide the South Carolina Stingrays (39-21-2-4) over the Fort Wayne Komets (31-23-7-5) 3-2 on Stanley Cup Night at the North Charleston Coliseum Saturday evening. Read More

2014 Kelly Cup Playoff Pay for Play Plans On Sale!
The 2014 Kelly Cup Playoffs are almost here and do not miss a second of the action! The Stingrays Pay for Play Plans are the EASIEST way to grab your tickets for EVERY home playoff game! Hurry! The deadline is April 4! More Information

Save Big Bucks with a Stingrays Ticket Package!
Place your deposit in for Stingrays Ticket Packages and secure your seat for the 2014-2015 season and receive great benefits! Call the Stingrays Office at (843) 744-2248 to find out more information. More Information