March 9, 2014

WCHA First Round Playoff Tickets On Sale; Watch The Bulldogs Open Postseason Play!

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Tickets for hockey can be purchased through the following methods:

  • Stopping by the FSU Athletics Ticket Office (Directions)
  • By Calling Star Tickets at 1-800-585-3737

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Big Rapids, Mich. - Tickets for the Ferris State University men's ice hockey team's Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) First-Round Home Playoff series are currently on sale and fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance as the Bulldogs begin postseason play. 

The Bulldogs, who captured the MacNaughton Cup as the WCHA's Regular-Season Champions this weekend, will be the tournament's top seed and host a best-of-three first round series Friday thru Sunday, March 14-15 and 16 (if necessary), at the Ewigleben Ice Arena in Big Rapids against eighth-seeded Bemidji State.  

The first two games of the first round series are scheduled for 7:07 p.m. (ET) with the deciding third game, if necessary, beginning on Sunday at 5:07 p.m. (ET). The series will represent FSU's first-ever WCHA home playoff action.

The winner of the opening-round series will advance to Grand Rapids' Van Andel Arena for the WCHA Final Five Championship on March 21-22 with the league's playoff champion earning the conference's automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.

Ferris State's 2014 WCHA Playoff single-game ticket prices are as follows:  

$13 General Public

$12 Adult Season Ticket Holders and Sponsors

$6  FSU Student/Dawg Pound Member

$8  FSU Students w/valid ID

$8  Group Rate (10 or more); K-12

A special Buy One, Get One 1/2 price offer is also available for $19, but valid until March 12 only or while supplies last thru the FSU Athletics Ticket Office directly.

In addition, a "Friday Family Fun Pack" or four tickets for $48 will be offered that includes a pizza buffet, game ticket, thundersticks, inflatables, contests and more for the first playoff game on Friday. FSU will also be offering a Youth Hockey promo for the Saturday game with a ticket and on-ice skills competition for $10.

All ticket prices and availability are subject to change and available as supplies last.  Limited quantities exist for some ticket prices.

Tickets can be purchased in advance by contacting the FSU Athletics Ticket Office at (231) 591-2888 or by visiting the box office during normal business hours.

The FSU Athletics Ticket Office's hours of operation are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (ET) weekdays. 
Single-game tickets for hockey may also be purchased by contacting Star Tickets at 1-800-585-3737 or online via the Star Tickets website at www.startickets.com. Handling fees may apply for tickets purchased thru Star Tickets.

For additional ticket information, please contact the ticket office directly at (231) 591-2888 or visit www.FerrisStateBulldogs.com.

Ferris State captured its second conference championship in the last three years with Saturday's 2-1 triumph over Lake Superior State inside the Ewigleben Ice Arena. The Bulldogs, who were ranked seventh nationally this past week, joined only two other programs to ever win regular-season championships in both the former Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) and the WCHA along with Michigan and Northern Michigan. 

Presently, Ferris State ranks as one of the nation's best teams on home ice this year as FSU has compiled a 14-1-1 mark to date in the facility this campaign. Overall, The Bulldogs presently own a 25-9-3 overall mark this season and posted a first-place 20-6-2 mark in the league standings. FSU did not lose a conference home game in regular-season play (13-0-1).

Currently, FSU's 25 wins are tied for the most in the country and the Bulldogs also have the nation's fourth-best winning percentage (.716). Ferris State is presently sixth in the national PairWise and RPI rankings, which will help determine the NCAA Tournament field at the end of the season.

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