Prince Albert, SK – It will be a fun night of hockey on Friday night at the Prince Albert Raiders’ 2018-19 Home Opener Presented by 900 CKBI and Great Western Brewing Co.
Prior to the game, the Prince Albert Titans will be hosting a barbecue in the Art Hauser Centre parking lot.
In the building, our TJ’s Pizza 50-50 draw is beginning at $5,000. We will also have Saskatchewan artist Travis Blanchard performing in the Ches Leach Lounge during the intermissions and following the 900 CKBI Post-Game Show.
On the ice, be in your seats before 7:00 p.m. to see the introduction of your 2018-19 Prince Albert Raiders.
Prior to the game, there will be a tribute to Adam Herold and the Humboldt Broncos.
There are plenty of ways to get tickets to Friday night’s game. Stop by the Raider Office or order them online at raiderhockey.com.
Tickets are also available at Lake Country Co-op Marketplace in Cornerstone for a discounted rate. Adults are $20; students are $12; and children (5 and up) are $6.
Also, CAASK Members get a 25% discount on their tickets. Just show your CAA Membership card at the Raider Office or the box office when buying your tickets. Or, head to raiderhockey.com/caa-saskatchewan-member-tickets/
If you want tickets to more than one of our September games, the Harvest Hat Trick Flex Pack Presented By Farm World is the way to go. This three-game pack is only $50 and is valid for any combination of our three September home games. Anyone who uses all three of the flex tickets will be entered into a draw for new pressure washer, courtesy of Farm World. For more information, visit raiderhockey.com/harvesthattrick.
And don’t forget, the Raiders are launching the first watch party of the season at the Rock And Iron Sports Bar on Saturday night when the team travels to Regina to take on the Pats. There is no cover charge for the event. There will also be prizes from Rock And Iron Sports Bar, Great Western Brewing Co., and the Prince Albert Raiders. Rock And Iron Sports Bar is the official watch party host for all of the Raiders’ road games.