Panthers gearing up for 2019-20 campaigns
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 men's ice hockey team opens its season at Hanaway Rink against Salve Regina on Friday, Nov. 1 (6:00 p.m.), while the women's team celebrates its home opener on Friday, Nov. 8 against Suffolk (6:00 p.m.).
Season passes rates have been discounted from previous years and are now available for $60. The department will no longer be providing a Pass Holders' dinner or gift items. All season passes will be designated as General Admission – East Side – Section 4, but allow the holder to sit/stand elsewhere if they so desire and there is available room. Season 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 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 ($60/pass).
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 are designated as General Admission and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors will close and no additional fans will be allowed entry once the arena reaches capacity. Tickets do not have 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.
Plymouth State students are 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 any potential NCAA playoff games. Seating for students is General Admission – West Side Only. Students are admitted on a first-come, first-served basis, beginning one hour before the contest starts. Doors will close and no additional fans will be allowed entry once the arena reaches capacity. 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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