Jan. 28, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -
The Providence College Ticket Office would like to make Friar fans aware of ticket availability for the remaining men’s hockey regular-season home games at Schneider Arena.
Friday night’s 7:05 p.m. game against Boston College (Jan. 31) is sold out.
The game versus the University of Connecticut on Tuesday, Feb. 11th has tickets available starting at $10 for youth and senior tickets and $12 for adults. Fans can call 401-865-4672 or visit www.friars.com to purchase tickets to this game.
The game versus Notre Dame on Feb. 14, 2013 has limited tickets available to Parents and Alumni attending the College’s annual Alumni and Family Weekend. Registered participants of the weekend (register here: www.alumni.providence.edu customers) will receive additional information on the potential availability for this game.
The Feb. 15 game against Notre Dame is also sold out.
The Feb. 21 game against the University of Massachusetts has a limited number of tickets available and fans wishing to attend that game are encouraged to call the ticket office (401-865-4672).
Information on purchasing tickets for potential home Hockey East first round and/or quarterfinal games will be made available to season ticket holders in early February and to the general public at the beginning of March.
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