Hitmen Prepare For Edmonton Oil Kings In First Round Of 2009 Playoffs
Calgary, AB - The Calgary Hitmen will meet the Edmonton Oil Kings in the first round of the 2009 WHL Playoffs.
The Best-of-Seven Eastern Conference Quarter-Final Series is a 2-3-2 format with Calgary having home ice advantage.
This will mark the first ever playoff meeting between the Hitmen and Oil Kings.
See complete first round schedule below:
Thursday, March 19th
Sunday, March 22nd
Monday, March 23rd
Wednesday, March 25th
Friday, March 27th
7:00pm (if necessary)
Sunday, March 29th
2:00pm (if necessary)
Tuesday, March 31st
7:00pm (if necessary)
Tickets for Games 1 and 2 in Calgary are now on sale at all Ticketmaster locations or by calling Customer Service at 777-4646.
Single game ticket prices:
Adult lower bowl ticket $20
Adult second level seating $15
Student/Child ticket $12.50
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