Shaquille O'Neal: The Newest Monster

Photos courtesy of NBAE
At 7-1 and 325 lbs., Shaquille O’Neal is a “Monster” for Cavalier opponents to deal with on the basketball court. Can you imagine a hockey opponents fear with the thought Shaq speeding toward them on the ice in skates with stick in hand about to hit the boards?! Although a Shaq bobblehead is considerably smaller than the man himself, this Friday, O’Neal’s bobblehead will still create a great deal of fear-free excitement for Monsters fans at Quicken Loans Arena.

When the Monsters take on the Texas Stars this Friday at 7:30 p.m. at The Q , the first 10,000 fans through the turnstiles will receive a Shaquille O’Neal Lake Erie Monsters bobblehead, compliments of FirstMerit Bank. The bobblehead, standing at seven inches in height, features the Cavaliers Lake Erie-sized center in a Monsters jersey and outfitted from head to toe in hockey equipment.

On top of receiving the Shaq/Monsters limited edition bobblehead, fans at Friday’s game will also be able to take advantage of affordable food and beverages, as it is also a Dollar Dog Night, with hot dogs and all 16 oz. Pepsi products being sold for $1 compliments of Sugardale, Pepsi and FOX Sports Ohio.

On top of all the fun and action before and during the game, fans are invited to bring their skates and stay after the game for a postgame skate presented by Tri-C.

Tickets, starting at only $10, for Friday’s game are still available and can be purchased by calling (216) 420-0000, by visiting LakeErieMonsters.com or by visiting any Northern Ohio Discount Drug Mart.


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