Connecticut Whale Season Tickets Go on Sale Wednesday at 11 AM ET at NWHL.Zone/Tickets
Season tickets for the Connecticut Whale 2019-20 season go on sale Wednesday, August 28 at 11 AM ET at NWHL.zone/tickets.
The NWHL has expanded its season to 24 games, meaning fans have 12 chances to see the Whale in Connecticut in 2019-20. The club's new home is Danbury Arena, which has a capacity for more than 2,000 fans.
Whale season tickets are $210 for general admission, which is more than 10 percent savings off individual ticket prices. Season ticket holders also receive playoff ticket and renewal priority.
General manager Bray Ketchum has spent the offseason reloading the Whale roster with an exciting group for Connecticut fans, bringing back veterans Shannon Doyle, Jordan Brickner, Kaycie Anderson and Elena Orlando, as well as key returners in Taylor Marchin, Kayla Meneghin and Sarah Hughson. Ketchum has also added a group of talented new faces, including University of Massachusetts-Amherst's Jane Morrisette and Yale's Emma Vlasic.
Connecticut Whale Home Schedule
October 5 vs. Buffalo Beauts, 2:30 PM
October 26 vs. Minnesota Whitecaps, 3:30 PM
October 27 vs. Minnesota Whitecaps, 1:30 PM
November 17 vs. Buffalo Beauts, 12:30 PM
November 30 vs. Buffalo Beauts, 4:30 PM
December 1 vs. Metropolitan Riveters, 4:10 PM*
December 8 vs. Metropolitan Riveters, 1:30 PM
December 21 vs. Minnesota Whitecaps, 5 PM
December 22 vs. Minnesota Whitecaps, 1:30 PM
December 28 vs. Boston Pride, 3:30 PM
December 29 vs. Boston Pride, 1:30 PM
February 22 vs. Boston Pride, TBA
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