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Student Hockey Season Tickets To Go On Sale September 11

Students wanting to be a part of a promising 2014-15 men’s hockey season will now have their chance. Season tickets will go on sale for the upcoming season on September 11.

The tickets will be $112 for 14 home games, including six games against Big Ten opponents. Because the games fall over breaks, tickets for the Ohio State and Michigan series will not be included. Single-game tickets for those games will be on sale at a later date.

A new process for purchasing tickets is in place this year, as they will be sold exclusively through the Student Central on This procedure is similar to the one used for purchasing football tickets, but is different from the 2013 ticket sale. Last season — the first in the new Pegula Ice Arena — students had to wait in line for hours to purchase tickets and the sale was shut down early due to “overwhelming demand.”

The 2014 season is shaping up to be an exciting one for the men’s hockey team. Penn State will travel to three different NHL arenas to play — including the famous Madison Square Garden — and will make a trip to Alaska to play in the “Brice Alaska Goal Rush” tournament in October.

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