Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Limited Quantity of Game Day Tickets Available

If you were frozen in carbonite all year and didn't buy a tournament pass, fear not.  We've learned there will be a limited number of game day tickets available at the box office. Any individual game tickets will be available on the day of the game only.  The best way to ensure you get your tickets is to visit the Box Office at the AUC open at noon daily.  Be warned, there are not very many left, so don't delay.   These limited number of tickets will be available on a first-come first-serves basis.

8 comments:

David Kilfoil said...

At today's press conference Gardiner brought and introduced Hepditch, Tremblay and Bailey to represent the team.

Anonymous said...

Maybe Josh will finally get to play.

Anonymous said...

Heppy may see the ice but highly unlikely... especially if Gallant is back.

Anonymous said...

If Gallant is back it will be interesting to see what defenceman they decide to take out of the lineup. Desnoyers??

Anonymous said...

Hepditch is a winner and is loaded with experience, come Sunday if UNB is in the final he will be in the line-up.

Heppy fan club member said...

let's put it this way: he probably won't be in the lineup but he should be, either as an extra defenceman or agitating forward. He's a better fit right now than Spencer Corcoron who can also play both positions.

David Kilfoil said...

If single game tickets are made available they will be $35 per game, and $50 for Sunday's championship game.

The parking fee of $2 is only for the evening games.

Anonymous said...

I heard that Corcoran broke his finger or hand in game 5. Any conformation?