FILE- United States Trevor Zegras (9) hoists the trophy after the team s win over Canada in the title game in the IIHF World Junior Hockey Championship, Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021, in Edmonton, Alberta. (Jason Franson/The Canadian Press via AP)
NEW YORK – Greek-American Trevor Zegras, forward for the Anaheim Ducks is set to play in his first NHL game in New York City against the Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, March 15, 7 PM. The James Plevritis-Joseph C. Keane AHEPA Evzone Chapter 405 has arranged for group seating and purchased 30 tickets for the game in Section 216. Tickets are $95 each. The Chapter is offering the tickets on a first come-first served basis to their chapter brothers and will be joining Zegras’ Pappou Bill Zegras at the game.
They shared a highlight reel of Zegras from the NHL, available for viewing on YouTube:
Zegras, 20, was selected by the Ducks, ninth overall, in the 2019 NHL Entry Draft and played his college hockey at Boston University. He has scored 10 goals so far this season and has 19 assists.
The Chapter 405 Executive Board noted via email that they “are working on the possibility of having a meet and greet with Trevor after the game as well,” adding that “we want to take this opportunity to let the young man know his culture will never forget him and he should never forget his culture.”
“We will be celebrating his success and give him an opportunity to know how many… Greeks are rooting him on,” the Chapter said.
To reserve tickets to the game, the Chapter offered the following options:
Pay with Credit/Debit Card at the AHEPA Chapter 405 Square Site: Buy Hockey Tickets – Zegras/Ducks vs. NY Rangers- https://bit.ly/3ruLUtr.
Pay with Venmo to @Ahepa-NewRochelle and be sure to note it is for hockey tickets and how many you would like.
Pay by check payable to AHEPA Chapter 405 and send to: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 10 Mill Road, New Rochelle, NY 10804.
Please note: If paying by check, you must send an e-mail to [email protected] stating how many tickets you will be purchasing.
E-mail RSVPs will be recorded on a first come-first served basis.
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