Sunday is the final pre-season game for the Devils before the Champions Hockey League starts next week.
From booking tickets to skating with the team, here is everything you need to know about Sunday's game:
FACE-OFF: Puck drop on Sunday is at 6:00pm with doors to the arena open from 5:00pm and the bar from 4:00pm. There are still tickets available. You can CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS or call us on 0800 0842 666.
THE OPPONENT: Hungarian side MAC Újbuda (Formerly known as MAC Budapest) are the visitors on Sunday. The team play in the Slovakian Tipsport liga and are based at the Tüskecsarnok Arena in Budapest. Újbuda means 'New Buda', the area of Budapest.
Some of the players to look out for include #71 Chris Langkow who has played in the AHL, ECHL, Allsvenskan & EBEL before moving to MAC Ujbuda. During his time in the AHL he played for the Bridgeport Sounds Tigers in 2011-12 alongside Devils #25 Blair Riley.
A familiar face from the league last year is Josh Pitt who played for the Sheffield Steelers last year and wears #92 for MAC.
SHIRT OFF HIS BACK: We are giving away Gleason Fournier's game worn Red jersey in our SOHB raffle so make sure to buy a ticket or 20 from our roaming sellers or sale stands and you could be going home with Gleason's jersey - Magnifique!
CHUCK-A-PUCK: Why change a winning formula? This Sunday's CAP prize is a puck sponsorship with your two favourite Devils and a Merchandise pack from the shop. We promise we won't be doing the same prize all season but more about that later.
SKATE WITH THE DEVILS: Share the ice with all your favourite Devils on the main pad after the game. If you're not quite comfortable on the ice, join us in the bar for a drink and some tunes afterwards, after all Monday is a bank holiday!
MERCHANDISE: If you haven't had the chance to check out the brand new range of merchandise on sale in the Devils Shop, stop by and have a browse at our best merchandise line ever. New hats, t-shirts, hoodies and those brand new jerseys, all available to purchase now.
50-50: Half the money goes to you, half to the club. The more you buy - the bigger the prize and you have to be in it, to win it, right. If you win, you get your photo on the ice with your favourite Devil which is what we like to call a win-win.
PARKING: The Toys R Us carpark will open at 4:30pm on Sunday. The carpark is manned with security and closes 2 hours after the match. It's £3 to park for the night and there is nearly 300 spaces in the carpark.
Cardiff Council have asked us to remind our fans that if you park anywhere on grass or in the visitor carpark of the residential area next door at Cardiff Pointe, that you will be ticketed and/or towed.