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August 01, 2016

FAN CLUB MEETING IN AUGUST
Things you can only imagine! Due to the recent discovery that our Cleveland Barons fan club is filled with online gaming enthusiasts, we are here to announce our new theme of our annual meeting. This year the fan club event will be held in August in the Jack Casino, Cleveland, Oh.

With this upcoming event we want to invite you to celebrate a great Cleveland Barons season, meet and greet with several players that have promised to attend and have lots of fun. The plan for the event is almost complete but not yet confirmed so, if you would like to give suggestions, please submit your queries until June 1.
As off now, the day-part will be dedicated to families. We’ll have a barbeque, some 3x3 ice hockey in the arena while the evening part is still being planned but it will be likely to be casino-themed. As the majority of the adults in the fan club are online gaming enthusiasts, we want to make the evening part and the after party as entertaining as possible. There will probably be blackjack, roulette and baccarat tables sponsored by Leo Vegas casino. Not only that, but everyone who will join our special blackjack table, will receive a unique Leo Vegas bonus coupon which will reward a random bonus from 50% to 300%. We are also planning a charity poker tournament and an auction.


June 26, 2002

BARONS RE-SIGN COACH AND PROMOTE VP
Sommer Returns For Fifth Season Behind Bench

CLEVELAND, OH -- Cleveland Barons President Michael T. Lehr and General Manager Wayne Thomas announced today that Head Coach Roy Sommer will return for his fifth season behind the bench of the Cleveland Barons, the San Jose Sharks top development affiliate in the American Hockey League. Also announced today by the Barons is the promotion of Michael Mudd to Vice President of Hockey & Business Operations.

 
     
 

June 19, 2002

SHARKS RE-SIGN HEAD COACH DARRYL SUTTER
Assistant Coaches Rich Preston, Lorne Molleken Ink New Deals

SAN JOSE -- San Jose Sharks Executive Vice President and General Manager Dean Lombardi announced today that Head Coach Darryl Sutter, along with assistant coaches Rich Preston and Lorne Molleken, have signed new contracts. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed.


 
     
 
June 10, 2002

SHARKS ANNOUNCE CONTRACTS FOR HOCKEY OPERATIONS STAFF

General Manager Dean Lombardi and Hockey Operations Administrative and Scouting Staff Ink New Contracts

SAN JOSE-San Jose Sharks President and Chief Executive Officer Greg Jamison announced today that the club had signed Executive Vice President and General Manager Dean Lombardi to a new contract. In keeping with club policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed.

 
     
 

June 10, 2002

BUCKEYE BATTLE AGAIN IN 02-03 FOR BARONS
Cleveland and Cincinnati Face Off 10 Times

CLEVELAND, OH -- The 2002-2003 American Hockey League season will match the Cleveland Barons up against two new opponents in the 80-game regular season schedule. Highlighting the schedule, to be officially finalized in early August, will be ten games against intra-state rival Cincinnati, eight more against new division rival Grand Rapids and a four game series against the defending Calder Cup Champion Chicago Wolves.


 
     
 

June 5, 2002

Benefits Dominate Barons Season Tickets
Barons Faithful Get More Bang For Their Buck

CLEVELAND, OH -- The "new" season ticket holder drive is on for your Barons with an offer to join inaugural season ticket supporters with a 10% discount on tickets purchased in full prior to July 1st. The discount offer is part of a new benefits package designed exclusively for Barons season ticket holders during the 2002-2003 hockey season. Full season ticket packages will keep the same inexpensive price as the inaugural season but will include exciting additions like the "Ice Insights" program, friends and family voucher program, exclusive season ticket contest offers and Barons merchandise at a 15% discount.


 
     
 

June 5, 2002

Central Division Tough As It Gets
West Division Winner Added To Intense Rivalries

CLEVELAND, OH -- A newly remodeled Central Division awaits the Barons in their sophomore season at The Gund. Cleveland ice hockey fans will be treated to strong divisional play as the addition of the Grand Rapids Griffins makes the Central the division to beat during the 67th season of American Hockey League action. The 2002-2003 season will consist of 28 teams competing in six divisions and two conferences.

 

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