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Fourth-ranked North Dakota hosts Alaska Anchorage to open WCHA play.
Tickets available for UAA series this weekend
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Updated: Tuesday 10/23/2012 16:06:31 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - Reserved seating and general admission tickets remain available for North Dakota's series this weekend against Alaska Anchorage, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) opener for both teams.

Tickets for both Friday and Saturday's games became available as a result of unclaimed student tickets, as well as tickets unused by Alaska Anchorage.

Tickets can be purchased at the UND Box Office at Ralph Engelstad Arena or online at Ticketmaster.com.

General admission tickets are also available for all remaining home games, and some reserved seating remains available for select home games. Visit www.undsports.com or follow @UNDTix on Twitter for ticket availability information throughout the season.

 

Dates Opponent Adult Price Youth Price (12 & Under)
Oct. 26-27  Alaska Anchorage $35 $20
Nov. 2-3  Boston University $40 $25
Nov. 16-17  Minnesota Duluth $40 $25
Dec. 7-8  Denver $50 $30
Jan. 4-5 Holy Cross $25 $15
Jan. 11-12 Colorado College $40 $25
Jan. 25-26 St. Cloud State $40 $25
Feb. 1-2  Wisconsin $40 $25
Mar. 1-2  Bemidji State $35 $20
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