Following a second-consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Penn State men’s ice hockey saw season tickets renewed at a ninety-four percent clip for the 2018-19 season. The remaining tickets were then secured by existing season ticket holders and those at the top of the waiting list.
A limited number of single-game tickets will go on sale during the exclusive Nittany Lion Club member and men’s hockey season ticket holder pre-sale on August 16 at 10:00 a.m. via ticketmaster.com. The pre-sale will conclude August 19. If tickets remain, they will go on sale to the public at 10:00 a.m. on August 23 via ticketmaster.com.
Pricing for single game tickets will vary based on location with premium seats (club, loge and on-the-glass) going for $60. Standing Room Only ticket prices remain unchanged for the 2018-19 season at $15 and can be purchased by calling 1-800-NITTANY. Non-premium seats (Center Ice, Attack Zone, Double Attack Zone and End Zone) will range from $18 - $30 and will vary based on section and opponent. Tickets in the student section will also be available for the Michigan series (November 16-17) for $18. A single game pricing chart can be found here.
New for the 2018-19 season, all single-game tickets will be delivered electronically through your mobile device. In an effort to increase the security of the ticket buying and event entry process, print-at-home PDF tickets will no longer be issued or accepted for men’s hockey games at Pegula Ice Arena. Fans who prefer physical paper tickets can pick up their tickets at the Pegula Ticket Office on game day. Photo ID must be presented and tickets will only be printed for the name on the Penn State Athletics account.
Penn State once again played in front of the highest capacity crowds in the nation during the 2017-18 season with a 102.2 percent capacity. Pegula Ice Arena was sold out for all 17 home games last year and has been filled for 74 straight regular season contests, the longest active streak in NCAA Division I men’s ice hockey.
The Nittany Lions secured 11 victories on home ice last season posting an 11-5-3 record in front of an average of 5,906 fans per night. The 5,704 seat Pegula Ice Arena has now been sold out on 89 of 93 occasions since opening its doors in 2013.