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Whitecaps' Isobel Cup Celebration Set for Friday at 6 PM at TRIA Rink

April 25, 2019 - National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) - Minnesota Whitecaps News Release

The Minnesota Whitecaps are hosting a special Isobel Cup Fan Celebration tomorrow, April 26, at 6 p.m. CT at TRIA Rink that the fans of the State of Hockey will not want to miss.

Fans should arrive at TRIA Rink by 6 p.m. in order to take part in the celebration, which will include remarks from co-coaches Jack Brodt and Ronda Engelhardt and Whitecaps players. In addition, there will be opportunities to skate with members of the Whitecaps and receive autographs from the players.

Perhaps best of all, Friday night's event presents an exclusive opportunity for fans to purchase Whitecaps season tickets. Staff members will be at the event accepting orders for the 2019-20 season.

All NWHL teams will play a 24-game regular season in 2019-20, with 12 home games. Whitecaps season tickets are $420 each for premium/center-ice seating between the blue lines, $315 each for the remainder of seating sections in the arena and $210 for standing room. Seat selections will be conducted once the full NWHL schedule is released, but those purchasing first will have the best seats in their chosen price range.

For those not attending the event, Whitecaps season tickets will go on sale beginning at 10 a.m. ET Tuesday, April 30 at

Season tickets include a per-game discount of 12.5%. Season ticket holders also receive playoff ticket and season ticket renewal priority.

With the incredible crowds at TRIA Rink this past season, you'll want to sign up right away to guarantee your seats as the Whitecaps defend the Isobel Cup!

As the league's first expansion team, the Minnesota Whitecaps took home the 2019 Isobel Cup with a dramatic 2-1 overtime win over Buffalo in the Final. Join the Whitecaps on Friday as they bring the Isobel Cup back to TRIA Rink to celebrate with the passionate and dedicated Whitecaps fans that supported them all season long.

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