Connecticut Whale Tickets on Sale Now
Individual game tickets for the Connecticut Whale's home games in 2017-18 are now available at NWHL.zone/tickets.
General admission tickets are just $20, and group tickets, discounted for groups of ten or more, are also available. The Whale will have seven home games in the 2018-19 season at Terry Conners Rink in Stamford.
The Whale will embark on the pursuit of the team's first Isobel Cup on Oct. 7, hosting the Buffalo Beauts at 3 p.m. The team has made a number of impressive additions to its roster in the offseason, including four players with international experience - Russian National Team goaltender Maria Sorokina, former Swedish Olympian Michelle Löwenhielm, Czech Republic National Team forward Katerina Mrázová and Unified Korea Olympian Randi Griffin.
Additionally, three of the six 2017-18 NCAA Division III First-Team All-Americans have signed with the Whale: Melissa Sheeran (Plattsburgh State), Kim Tiberi (Norwich) and Sarah Hughson (Elmira). Boston University standout and 2017 NWHL Draft pick Nina Rodgers is also poised to make an impact in her first NWHL season.
The Whale also returns fan favorites Shannon Doyle, Kaycie Anderson, Emily Fluke, and Juana Baribeau, while Cydney Roesler will add to her role, returning to the roster while also serving as an assistant coach.
Connecticut Whale 2018-19 Home Schedule at Terry Conners Rink
(all times ET)
Sunday, Oct. 7, 3:00 Buffalo Beauts
Sunday, Dec. 30, 3:00 Boston Pride
Sunday, Jan. 6, 1:00 Metropolitan Riveters
Sunday, Jan. 13, 3:00 Minnesota Whitecaps
Sunday, Feb. 24, 3:00 Boston Pride
Saturday, March 2, 6:00 Buffalo Beauts
Sunday, March 3, 3:00 Minnesota Whitecaps
Season tickets for the Whale are also on sale now at NWHL.zone/tickets. Season tickets cost just $125. 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.
Besides their games in Stamford, the Whale are the home team in a neutral site game against the Riveters in Pittsburgh on Sunday, Dec. 2 at 3:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for that game as well.
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