Penn State Hockey’s U.S. Hockey Hall Of Fame Game Postponed To 2021
Penn State’s United States Hockey Hall of Fame game match up with North Dakota has been postponed to October 30, 2021 due to the coronavirus, according to a release from the University of North Dakota.
The Nittany Lions were supposed to play North Dakota at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday, October 17, 2020. It was set to be the first-ever clash between the Nittany Lions and North Dakota, and was slated to be a historic match up for Guy Gadowsky’s program.
Fans who purchased tickets for the 2020 event in Nashville will have their tickets carry over to the 2021 game. Fans with tickets do not need to take action, as both mobile and physical tickets will be valid for the postponed game.
Fans who would not like to attend the 2021 game are eligible for a refund for the next 30 days through Ticketmaster. Event organizers and Ticketmaster will reach out to ticket holders with detailed information in the next few days.
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Penn State said it hasn’t determined how the team pause will impact scheduled games beyond January 12.
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