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Men's hockey season tickets on sale now


May 29, 2014


MADISON, Wis. -- The Kohl Center is the most exciting venue in college hockey and Wisconsin men’s hockey season tickets are the best way to enjoy all the Badger hockey action in Madison. Secure a part of the action now as season tickets are on sale for the 2014-15 season.

The recently released men’s hockey schedule highlights 19 regular-season games at home, where the Badgers’ boasted at school-record 17 wins last season. Home opponents for Wisconsin include Big Ten series against Minnesota, Michigan, Michigan State, Ohio State and Penn State at the Kohl Center. The recently released schedule also includes non-conference match-ups against former WCHA-rival North Dakota, NCAA tournament-qualifier Ferris State, Boston University and Michigan Tech.

Wisconsin men’s hockey season tickets are a great value. By ordering a season ticket, fans will not only get to experience great college hockey all season long, but will also save $4 per ticket off the regular single-game price. Face-off series season tickets for the first night of each series are available for $180. Slap-shot series season tickets, for the second night of each series can be purchased for $200 and include the Badgers’ exhibition game against USA Hockey’s Under-18 team.

Season ticket holders who order their tickets for 2014-15 can also register to be a season ticket holder of the game during the upcoming season. Experience pre-game from the Wisconsin bench, get a behind the scenes tour of the Badgers’ locker room and a prize package courtesy of Wisconsin Athletics. Click here for more information.

This is also a great time for prospective season ticket holders to secure their seat. Learn about how you can become a season ticket holder for the upcoming season.

The deadline for current season ticket holders to renew season tickets is Monday, June 30. To order your season tickets today, click here, or call the Athletic Ticket Office at 1-800-GO-BADGERS.

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