2017 Playoff Tickets Informaiton
The No. 1 seeded Beavers welcome the No. 4 seed, Bowling Green State University, for a best-of-three series with the right to move on to play for an automatic berth into the NCAA Tournament in the league’s championship game, March 18.
Tickets for the series are on sale now and can be purchased by visiting the Sanford Center Bob Lowth Ford Pickup Window from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, 3:30-6 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday or Friday beginning at noon. Tickets can also be purchased by calling (218) 441-4031.
Youth - $9
Pink Section -$18
Silver/Bronze Sections - $25
Gold Section - $30
Club Section - $35 with the option to buy in to the all-you-can-eat buffet area for an additional $15.
Student tickets can be purchased at Sanford Center for $5 with a valid BSU or NTC student ID while they last
(All taxes and fees are included in the listed ticket price.)
WCHA semifinal and championship rounds were not included in the 2016-17 season ticket packages.
Start times for the best-of-three series are set for 7:07 p.m. Friday and Saturday. If a third game is needed, Sunday’s opening is set for 5:07 p.m.
2016-17 Beaver Hockey ticket information
The history of Bemidji State University men’s hockey positions the Beavers among the greatest programs in collegiate sports. Beaver Hockey is defined by a 60-year tradition of excellence, with 21 conference titles, 13 small-college national championships and a trip to the 2009 NCAA Frozen Four. BSU has seen 82 student-athletes recognized as All-Americans, and eight former Beavers have gone on to play on hockey’s grandest stage—the National Hockey League.
Since 1967-68, the Beavers have treated their fans to an average of 11 home wins per season. After winning more than 500 games in 43 seasons at the John S. Glas Fieldhouse – a hallowed barn revered by fans and feared by opponents – the Bemidji State hockey programs made the move to the state-of-the-art Sanford Center in 2010. The building is the centerpiece of Bemidji’s $90 million South Shore Development project and is widely regarded as of the one of finest facilities in college hockey.
The Beavers traditionally play one of the toughest home schedules in the nation, and the 2016-17 campaign will be no different. In addition to BSU’s 14-game home schedule against the Western Collegiate Hockey Association – which features BSU’s traditional rivalry with the University of Alabama-Huntsville – the Beavers will tackle the likes of Minnesota Duluth and Princeton on its home ice. In addition, the WCHA's new playoff format puts BSU in position to host an additional seven playoff games capped by the league's championship game. The opening round, best-of-three playoff series is included in the season ticket package, while season ticket holders will have priority in purchasing tickets to the semifinal series and championship game.
It’s no surprise that the country’s best hockey fans are proud supporters of the Beavers – and that passionate fan base grows each year. Now, take advantage of your opportunity. After all, this is Beaver Territory.
A legendary college hockey program. A facility that stands among the best in the country. You don’t want to miss any of this action.
This is Beaver Territory!