The Prince George Spruce Kings are Mainland Division Champions for the first time in 22 seasons, and are ready to celebrate with home ice advantage in the opening round of the BCHL Playoffs on March 2nd and 3rd at 7:00 PM at the Rolling Mix Concrete Arena.
While the opponent is not yet known, tickets are now on sale for Games 1 and 2, and the Spruce Kings are offering a wicked contest to drive fan support. Fans who purchase tickets for both Games 1 and 2 at the Spruce Kings office Monday – Friday, 12 PM – 4 PM will be entered into a draw for a Mega 50/50 Lottery Ticket as part of the Spruce Kings Show Home. All entrants must be 19+.
Ticket Prices for the entire postseason will be $15 for Adults, and $12 for Students/Seniors. Fans who purchase both Game 1 and 2 tickets however, will get the package for $20 including the entry into the Mega 50/50 ticket draw.
Season Ticket Holders who have purchased playoff tickets as part of their Season Ticket Renewals, will have their tickets available for pickup starting Thursday at 12:00 PM.
Big crowds are expected, and that is exciting for General Manager Mike Hawes. “The hockey fans of Prince George have been supporting our organization for the past 45 seasons. They are a huge part of any successes the team has. This season we have a team that works very hard and are a pleasure to watch because you know that each and every game is going to be entertaining and exciting. Our coaches and players should be very proud of their Mainland division regular season title however they also realize that there are larger goals to achieve as the playoffs begin. I know that these very deserving players will be excited to have large crowds on hand at the RMCA during the playoffs as they strive to bring a championship to the city of Prince George.”
For more information, please contact Kyle or Kristi at the Spruce Kings office at 250-564-1747.
For information on Season Tickets, and how to get discounted Playoff Tickets for up to 10 home games, visit http://www.sprucekings.bc.ca/tickets/seasonplans