Connecticut Whale Season Tix On-Sale Now
The NWHL announced today that season ticket packages for the 2018-19 campaign of the Connecticut Whale at Terry Conners Rink in Stamford are on sale now at NWHL.zone/tickets.
One of the NWHL's Founding Four teams, the Whale will play their home opener on Sunday, Oct. 7 and six additional home games at Terry Conners Rink.
Season tickets cost just $125 for the seven games. Benefits include savings on ticket prices and fees, an exclusive meet-and-greet event with the team, front-of-the-line access before games and for post-game autograph sessions, and discounts on in-arena Whale merchandise.
The Whale will be the host team for a neutral-site game to be announced at a later date. Whale season ticket holders who wish to travel to this game will receive one complimentary ticket for every seat in their account.
For the first time ever, the Whale are presenting a Premier Season Ticket package. For just $225, the ticketholder is guaranteed front-row seating for all Whale home games. At Terry Conners Rink, this is an amazing view of the playing surface.
Ryan Equale returns for his second season as head coach of the Whale, who will feature a unique combination of international and local talent. Several more players - including fan favorites and some surprises - are expected to be signed by the end of the summer.
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