Sebastien Sylvestre (left) of the Missouri Mavericks competed for the puck with Theo Peckham (center) and Joey Sides of the Wichita Thunder during a game at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in October 24.
Sebastien Sylvestre (left) of the Missouri Mavericks competed for the puck with Theo Peckham (center) and Joey Sides of the Wichita Thunder during a game at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in October 24. Special to the Star Brian Davidson
Sebastien Sylvestre (left) of the Missouri Mavericks competed for the puck with Theo Peckham (center) and Joey Sides of the Wichita Thunder during a game at the Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in October 24. Special to the Star Brian Davidson

Missouri Mavericks close home stand this weekend

February 19, 2016 12:39 PM

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