Media Release- Eagles Welcome Back Fans Under Revised Provincial Regulations
SYDNEY - The Cape Breton Eagles are excited to announce that we have received permission from the Nova Scotia provincial government to allow fans back into Centre 200 for Eagles home games!
All Covid-19 rules and regulations are still in effect at Centre 200 for all Eagles games, which you can find here: https://capebretoneagles.com/centre-200-covid-19-guidelines
Season Ticket Holders, please refer to this chart for what tickets to use when coming to the arena. Your designated Zones, entrances/exits, and bathrooms have not changed. It is very important to bring the correct ticket with you, as the box office will not be open to the public prior to puck-drop.
Original Game Date New Game Date & Time
Friday, Feb 12th vs. Moncton Wednesday, Feb 10th vs. Halifax @ 7:00PM
Saturday, Feb 13th vs. Moncton Sunday, Feb 14th vs. Charlottetown @ 3:00PM
Friday, Feb 26th vs. Bathurst Tuesday, Feb 23rd vs. Halifax @ 7:00PM
Saturday, Feb 27th vs. Bathurst Friday, Feb 26th vs. Halifax @ 7:00PM
Sunday, March 7th vs. Moncton Saturday, Feb 27th vs. Charlottetown @ 4:00PM
The Cape Breton Eagles have also been granted permission to sell a limited number of walk-up tickets for seats located in the upper bowl only. Tickets can be purchased online only at tickets.capebreton.ca. Please note before purchasing:
Seats are only available in set bubbles of 2's and 4's
All available seats are located mid-upper bowl or at ice level so mobility should be considered before purchase.
All tickets will be at a cost of $20 (taxes included)
Appropriate contact tracing information will need to be provided for all fans upon purchase. This includes full name, address, and telephone number.
For further information regarding ticketing zones and arena entrances, please consult the chart on the Cape Breton Eagles website.
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