HOUGHTON – Michigan Tech is offering its annual early bird hockey season ticket sale until July 13.
Fans can purchase ticket packages for just $280 for adults and $150 for youth, a savings of $49 for adults and $27 based on regular season ticket pricing. Each package includes a reserved seat at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena to all home games encompassing a 16-game regular season schedule and three home first-round WCHA Playoff games. The $280 discount price breaks down to a little more than $14 per game, which is a 26 percent savings from the face value of single-game tickets ($20) and 15 percent off the regular price of season tickets.
Tickets can be purchased and renewed by calling the Central Ticket Office at 906-487-2073 or by visiting in person Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Last year’s reserved season ticket holders will have until July 13 to reclaim their seats for the 2018-19 campaign. Beginning on July 14, all unclaimed reserved seats will go on-sale to the general public.
We encourage you to become a member of the Blue Line Club and receive some great discounts. In addition to the early bird special, Tech Athletics is excited to announce a new discount towards a season ticket for BLC members. Check out the BLC website for additional discounts and tiers. To become a member, you can join at the SDC Ticket Office, online at the Blue Line Club website, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The highlights of the home schedule include a visit from the defending National Champions, Minnesota Duluth on Hall of Fame Weekend, a pair of games against rival Northern Michigan, and the annual Winter Carnival series on February 8-9 this year versus Minnesota State.
One change from the original schedule release is the 54th annual Great Lakes Invitational, which will now be played on December 30 and 31 at Little Caesars Arena. The Huskies open against Michigan at 1 p.m. followed by Michigan State and Lake Superior State at 4 p.m. The GLI Championship Game will faceoff at 2:30 p.m. on New Year’s Eve after the Third Place Game starts at 11:30 a.m.
Second-year head coach Joe Shawhan will return 18 players from last year’s team that won 20 games for the fourth season in a row. Tech finished 22-17-5 and won the Jeff Sauer Trophy as WCHA Tournament Champions for the second straight season to go to the NCAA Tournament for the third time in the last four years.