Amonte to get 'One More Shift' with Chicago Blackhawks
Updated 1/23/2017 10:54 PM
Sources told the Daily Herald that the next "One More Shift" participant will be Tony Amonte, who scored 268 goals for the Chicago Blackhawks from 1993-2002.
The date that the 46-year-old Massachusetts native joins the Hawks on the ice for the national anthem is scheduled for one of the three home games in February.
Amonte -- who also played for the Rangers, Flames, Flyers and Coyotes -- had 416 goals and 484 assists during his career.
The One More Shift promotion gives fans the chance to recognize former Hawks as they join current players on the ice before a selected game. The first three participants were Denis Savard, Steve Larmer and Jeremy Roenick.
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