The Green Bay Gamblers’ last game at Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena is coming up fast.
It will turn 60 years old on November 11, and the Gamblers are looking to send it off in style.
With only a shade over 3,000 seats in the house, the team is looking to make it worth fans’ while.
The team will honor legendary Bobcats, such as Paul Coppo and Carl Lackey, during the first intermission.
And then you can skate with the team afterwards, which will be the last time fans can skate on the arena’s ice.
The Gamblers take on the Waterloo Black Hawks one last time inside the Brown County Arena on Saturday, November 10 at 7:05pm.