Season Ticket Holder Ho Ho Ho-liday Party!

Each year, Monsters Season Ticket Holders are treated to a special holiday party with the entire team. And each year, fans and players alike have a good time. This year, however, may stand out from the rest because of one word. Tor.

During a Monsters version of the "Newlywed Game," it was revealed that rookie Ben Wilson's middle name is Tor. As his partner-in-crime, and fellow rookie, James Reid said, "Benjamin Tor Wilson." And for the rest of the game, emcee Olivier only referred to him as Benjamin Tor, much to the delight of the cheering fans in attendance.

The rookie twosome knew each other best, and defeated the pairings of Justin Mercier/Greg Mauldin, Hugh Jessiman/David Liffiton and sales consultants Ryan/Kim.

Another fun part of the evening was holiday charades, featuring Patrick Bordeleau, Mike Brennan, Cameron Gaunce, Zach Cohen and Mike Carman. Bordy's enactment of Little Drummer Boy was particularly well received by the audience.

In a fun way to let the Season Ticket Holders get to know the player a bit more, they had to match up which favorite holiday gift belonged to which player. There were a lot of iPads and hockey equipment mentioned. Eric Hunter's was a trip to Hawaii!

Amongst the fun and games, Season Ticket Holders were able to eat dinner with the players, take pictures and get autographs. Plus, a few select fans won prizes in a raffle, including a Crusaders jersey and Ryan Stoa gameworn jersey.

Take a look at some of the photos from the event:


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