ICE, FORCE FACE OFF TONIGHT IN WEEKEND OPENER
TEAM OPENS BANKERS LIFE FIELDHOUSE NOV. 9 AGAINST GREEN BAY
INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana Ice are looking for their first road win of the season tonight as they make their lone trip to Fargo for a 8:05 pm face-off with the Fargo Force from Scheels Arena.
Indy continues their “Plains States” road trip with contests against the Sioux Falls Stampede on Friday and the Sioux City Musketeers on Saturday. Friday’s contest begins at 8:05 pm while Saturday’s game starts at 8:00 pm.
The Ice harnessed the power of the Force in their only meeting last season, scoring a 5-3 win from the Pepsi Coliseum. Sean Kuraly-Miami led all scorers with three points (2G, A) while Daniil Tarasov-Worcester (AHL) added a pair of goals and Jake Fallon-Vermont contributed two assists in the contest.
Hockey returns to the “Circle City” on Saturday, October 20 when the Ice host their Eastern Conference rival, the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, from Pan Am Plaza at 7:05 pm.
Indy opens the Bankers Life Fieldhouse portion of their schedule on Friday, November 9 against the defending Clark Cup Champion Green Bay Gamblers. The game is slated to begin at 7:05 pm and is presented by BMO Harris Bank.
Single-game tickets start at $11 for Bankers Life Fieldhouse games and general admission tickets for Pan Am Plaza games are $10. There is a $2 discount for children 10 and under and seniors 62 and over. Tickets can be purchased through Ticketmaster by calling 1-800-745-3000, online at ticketmaster.com or by visiting select Wal-Mart and Simon Mall locations and the Bankers Life Fieldhouse box office.
Indiana Ice season, half-season, and group tickets are on sale now, in addition to Flex books starting at $125. Each of these multi-ticket packages, as well as five-game mini plans, are available through the Indiana Ice office. For more information on tickets, call the Indiana Ice at (317) 925-4423.
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