Hockey Student Tickets Sell Out In Five Minutes

Though last year’s record of three minutes wasn’t broken, Penn State hockey tickets sold out almost instantly yet again. In just five minutes, student season tickets were gone. Approximately 1,000 students bought tickets this morning to stand in the steepest bleachers allowed by code and to create a wall of sound, chanting “It’s all your fault!” at opposing goalies. The sale began at 7:00 and was over by 7:05 a.m.

“Penn State students are the absolute best,” head coach Guy Gadowsky said in a release. “I love the Roar Zone and I can’t wait to see them rock Pegula Ice Arena in October.”

The Roar Zone will be filled for all of the men’s hockey team’s 16 homes games covered by the season pass. Coming off of a successful 18-15-4 season, the program looks to take another step forward with the support of the student body in tow. Student season ticket holders will be able to purchase tickets to the International Game against Windsor starting on Wednesday, Sept. 9.

We’re one month away from the exhibition opener at home against Windsor, and if last year is any indication, another great season in the country’s most electric atmosphere is right around the corner.

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