Mohegan Sun Hosts Former New York Rangers Ron Greschner & Nick Fotiu For Special Signing Event


Hockey greats will be on-hand to sign autographs and greet fans on October 20th as a part of Mohegan Sun’s Signings & Sightings
WHAT: Set for a special appearance as part of Mohegan Sun’s Signings & Sightings, former NHL players for the New York Rangers, Ron Greschner and Nick Fotiu will be making a special appearance on Saturday, October 20th. The event kicks off at 4:00pm in The Shops at Mohegan Sun where fans can get free autographs and greet the two legendary hockey pros.
WHEN: Saturday, October 20th at 4:00pm
The Shops at Mohegan Sun
IN DETAIL: Mohegan Sun’s Signings & Sightings, presented in collaboration with Spin Street, is a one-of-a-kind experience that allows guests to get up-close-and-personal with some of the world’s biggest entertainers.  Whether it’s an up-and-coming band, well-known comedian or chart-topping musician, a Signings & Sightings event provides artists with an exciting opportunity to share their latest work in an interactive way with fans.  Spin Street, located in The Shops at Mohegan Sun, offers a variety of music, movies, movies and entertainment memorabilia with special signing merchandise available for each Signings & Sightings event.

Ron Greschner is a retired professional ice hockey defenceman who played in the NHL for 16 seasons between 1974 and 1990. He was selected 32nd overall by the New York Rangers in the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft. He played in 982 career NHL games, all with the Rangers, scoring 179 goals and 431 assists for 610 points. He also compiled 1,226 penalty minutes.
Greschner’s best offensive season was the 1977–78 season when he scored 24 goals and 48 assists for 72 points (all career highs). For much of his career, he was known as an offensive-minded type of defenceman in the mold of Bobby Orr and Brad Park.
Greschner serves as the Executive Director of the Ron Greschner Foundation which supports autism research and awareness.
Born in Staten Island, New York, Nick Fotiu played in 5 leagues over the course of his career. He signed with the Rangers in July of 1976 and played three seasons there where he brought the Madison Square Garden fans to their feet with his thunderous play and boundless energy. In 1979, Fotiu played four games in the post-season when the Rangers made it to the Stanley Cup finals.  After his time with the Rangers, he would be selected in the Expansion Draft by the Hartford Whalers. After a season-and-a-half in Connecticut, Fotiu returned to the Rangers and remained for nearly five years.
In March of 1986, the Calgary Flames sought his grit as they were gearing up for the playoffs. Fotiu played eleven games as the Flames reached the Stanley Cup finals for the first time in franchise history. Retirement came in 1990, but life in Hockey was far from over as Fotiu held various coaching positions in the ECHL and AHL for many years to come.
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