Wednesday, January 3, 2018
PATS MOVING OUTDOOR GAME INDOORS
The All-Star Celebrity Classic will go forward with up to 50 NHL greats, including legendary Hall of Famers, on February 17. The game will be an interactive experience for fans, players and coaches. The game will also feature a fun-filled skills competition with fans in attendance able to skate in the Brandt Centre post-game.
“Homecoming Weekend will still be a great weekend for hockey fans in Regina,” said Pats Governor Anthony Marquart. “The inaugural Regina Pats Community Foundation Gala Dinner on the February 16, Rogers Hometown Hockey and Waskimo Warm up to Winter Festival are an exciting opportunity to showcase Regina over the Family Day Weekend! We thank everyone for their support and we look forward to a weekend which will be enjoyed by all.”
“Ticket sales went well early but plateaued in the last couple weeks,” added Marquart. “Weather concerns and the quality of the ice for our players are also a consideration for moving this exciting weekend inside.”
People who have already purchased tickets for Homecoming Weekend will have the first opportunity to secure tickets for both the All-Star Celebrity Classic and the Pats/Warriors game on February 18th which will go on sale Saturday morning at 10 a.m. More details will be released tomorrow.
Season ticket holders and previous Outdoor Weekend Package purchasers will be receiving information in their email on how to secure their seats for the All-Star Celebrity Classic and will receive their regular season tickets for the Pats and Warriors game on February 18 at no additional cost. The club will be celebrating their alumni on the 18 as a part of the 100th Anniversary Season with a number of in-game presentations planned.