Panther skaters looking forward to 2017-18 season
PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University Department of Athletics has released information regarding tickets for the upcoming men's and women's ice hockey seasons. The PSU women's ice hockey team will open its season at Hanaway Rink against SUNY Canton on Saturday, Oct. 28 (6:00 p.m.), while the men's ice hockey team will play its home opener on Saturday, Nov. 4 against Stonehill College on Alumni Night (6:00 p.m.).
SINGLE GAME TICKETS
Single game tickets are available for purchase at the door upon arrival at Hanaway Rink. Tickets will go on sale one hour before game time, while supplies last. All purchased tickets will be designated as General Admission. There will be NO seat/row designations. Seating is limited and the purchase of a ticket does not guarantee a seat. There is ample standing room in the arena. Tickets are required for admission to all men's and women's ice hockey contests.
Season passes can be purchased for $100. The passes will be designated as General Admission – East Side – Section 4, but will allow the holder to sit/stand elsewhere if they so desire and there is room available. These passes will be 100% transferable and will allow the bearer admission into all men's and women's ice hockey regular season and MASCAC/NEHC playoff games (but NOT NCAA playoff games). Season pass holders will also receive a special gift from PSU Athletics. Season passes can be secured by contacting Rob Wright, Director of Hockey Operations (email@example.com / 603-535-2516). All checks should be written to Plymouth State University ($100/pass).
Plymouth State students will be admitted free of charge to all men's and women's ice hockey regular season and MASCAC/NEHC playoff games with a current, valid PSU identification card. There will be an admission charge for NCAA playoff games. Seating for students will be General Admission – West Side Only. Students will be admitted on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning one hour before the contest starts. Seating is limited and admission does not guarantee a seat. There is ample standing room in the arena. Students MUST enter through the West Entrance only. There are NO reservations.
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