Excitement building for 2022-23 season

“This is going to be a great season. I am looking forward to the training camp to see the progress of the returning players, as well as the new players we drafted and invited to camp,″ says Ritchie Thibeau, Wildcats Director of Hockey Operations.

While we are planning our action-packed new season, we wanted you to be as ready as we are with season tickets for this upcoming season.

We can proudly say that our prices have not increased for the past five seasons, our season ticket holders possess one-of-a-kind advantages that are not available to anyone else. These include hand-picking your seat, payment plans, exclusive discounts, VIP entrance to the games and most importantly priority access to the once-in-a-lifetime 2023 IIHF World Junior Championships.

For those who have a busy schedule but still want to attend the games, we offer Flex Packs. These one-of-a-kind vouchers hold many of the same perks as season tickets and are available in packs of 10, 20, 36 or 50. There is no limit on how many are redeemed per game, so you can attend by yourself or bring a group of friends to enjoy a game.

We are also trying something new this year: Half-Season Seats. Unlike the Flex Packs, you will get to pick the games you want to attend and like a season ticket, you will get your guaranteed seat for the game.

″This might just be our most exciting season yet,” says Manager of Ticket Sales & Community JC Gallant. “I am so happy with what we have planned, but also for what is to come in the greater Moncton area.″

For more information about Season & Half-Season Seats and Flex Packs contact our office at (506) 382-5555 or stop by the Roar Store, open from Wednesday-Friday, 12pm—4pm

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