It’s going to be a fantastic season for the Providence Bruins! As hosts of the 2013 Dunkin’ Donuts American Hockey League All-Star Classic, all eyes will be on Providence through the end of April.
Thirty-eight home games are scheduled altogether this season. Don’t miss the special Pink in the Rink Night on Friday, October 26th, which benefits the Gloria Gemma Breast Cancer Resource Foundation. All 100 level tickets (vs. the Springfield Falcons) cost $22, while all 200 level tickets cost $17. Fans receive pink rally towels, and $5 from every ticket purchased goes toward the fundraising efforts.
Beyond that, the P-Bruins offer plenty of ticket specials. With $5 off Fridays, you get 100 level tickets, which typically cost $32, for just $27. On Sundays, take advantage of a Buy 1 Get 1 Free offer. For specially designated Family Games, you’ll receive a ticket, a hot dog and a soda for only $18. Several Friday night games are also special Draft + Dog nights, offering adults a ticket, a hot dog, and a 12-ounce draft for $18.
If you plan to go to a few games, check out the amazing multi-game packages. Choose flex ticket packages, where your seats may be different each time, or season tickets which allow you to choose specific seats. Group packages are available as well.
And mark your calendars for the main event: the AHL All-Star weekend from January 25th through the 28th. The competition brings together dozens of the league’s rising stars who typically continue on to play in the National Hockey League. The weekend starts with a Bruins regular season Friday night home game, followed by a youth hockey festival, an all-star skills competition, a party, an awards ceremony, and the AHL All-Star Game at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. All-Star 2-Pack tickets start at $55 for 200 level seats, giving you access to the game and skills competition. 4-Pack tickets, which also include access to a post-skills competition party and the Hall of Fame Induction & Awards Ceremony, start at $75. For more information, visit providencebruins.com, or follow the P-Bruins on Facebook or Twitter.
Photo: Alan Sullivan.