Single-game tickets and Fan Fest on Saturday

At 10 a.m. Saturday, single-game tickets go on sale at Ticketmaster.com. Ticket prices have been announced by the university. They are:

$10 for the exhibition game against the University of Regina.

$25 for the games against Harvard and the Russian Red Stars.

$35 for the games against Michigan Tech and St. Cloud State.

$40 for the games against Maine, Colorado College, Denver, Wisconsin, MSU-Mankato and Nebraska-Omaha.

$50 for the games against Minnesota.

Ice Breaker ticket packages are already on sale.

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At the same time single-game tickets go on sale, Fighting Sioux Fan Fest begins at Ralph Engelstad Arena.

Fan Fest will run from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

At Fan Fest, there will be an autograph session, a skills station, a question-and-answer session and a free lunch for all fans. The first 1,000 fans will receive a free Fighting Sioux and Midco Sports Network acrylic mug and one fan will win a 32-inch HD TV.

The MacNaughton Cup and Broadmoor Trophy also will be on hand.

Both the men’s and women’s teams will be attending Fan Fest.

12 thoughts on “Single-game tickets and Fan Fest on Saturday

    • You’d think people would figure out after a couple years that prices for certain games are going to cost more than others.

      Complaining about ticket prices year after year gets old.

      • Again why and for what?? Why is asking this question annoying? My State Congressmen do not have a problem answering this question. I usually do not like the answer but at least they answer. Does the Ralph need money, is it the school, the WCHA? Also its every year not just a couple.

        • The Ralph is set up as a non-profit organization. They set up multiple funds to help pay off the Betty, improvements, cleaning, etc. Then they also make donations back to the University’s Athletic Department. Does that help?

  1. Did they do a pre-sale for UofM tickets this year again for season ticket holders?…they were gone at 10:02a when I entered my security question

  2. Brad are you going to report:

    CHICAGO (AP)—The Chicago Blackhawks have acquired forward David Toews (tayvz) from the New York Islanders in exchange for future considerations.

    The move was announced Friday. The 21-year-old Toews is the younger brother of Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews(notes).

    Originally selected by the Islanders 66th overall in the 2008 entry draft, Toews spent two seasons at North Dakota, notching nine goals and 17 assists in 55 NCAA games with the Fighting Sioux. He had 20 goals, 28 assists and 16 penalty minutes in 60 regular-season games with the Western Hockey League’s Brandon Wheat Kings last season. He had two goals and five assists in six playoff games.

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