Tuesday, September 7, 2010GLENDALE, Ariz. ---
Individual game tickets for the 2010-11 Phoenix Coyotes regular season will go on sale to the public on Friday, Sept. 10 at 10 a.m. All Coyotes home games through January 2011 will be available for purchase during this initial on-sale, with the remaining regular season games (February through April) going on sale in early December. The Coyotes’ 2010-11 home schedule begins Saturday, Oct. 16 when they host the Detroit Red Wings at Jobing.com Arena at 6 p.m. in a rematch of Round 1 of the 2010 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Individual tickets for 35 of the 40 home games start at only $21, with the five remaining games designated as “Premium” and starting at $23 per game. The premium games include the two matchups with the Detroit Red Wings (Oct. 16 and Mar. 6), the two meetings with the Chicago Blackhawks (Feb. 12 and Mar. 20) and the game against the Pittsburgh Penguins (Nov. 6). All tickets are available for purchase online at www.phoenixcoyotes.com
, over the phone by calling 480-563-PUCK, at the Jobing.com Arena box office and at all Ticketmaster outlets. Tickets to both pre-season contests (September 23 vs. Los Angeles Kings and September 25 vs. San Jose Sharks) will be available as well.
The complete pricing map and 2010-11 season schedule is available at www.phoenixcoyotes.com
. No additional fees will be charged over and above the posted prices.
For fans looking to maximize their Coyotes experience, the team continues to offer a variety of season ticket packages with great seat locations still available. Aside from the 40-game full season package, the Coyotes are also featuring 20, 11 and four-game “Pick ‘Em Plans” that offer significant savings off the gate price. Each of these plans offer the flexibility to choose any games and provide additional benefits, such as priority over the general public on playoff tickets and the ability to secure seats for late-season games not yet available to the general public.
Of the Coyotes’ 40 home games at Jobing.com Arena, 15 contests will be played on Saturdays and nine games will be played on Tuesdays. They will also host six Thursday games, three Monday games, three Friday games, three Wednesday games and one Sunday game at Jobing.com Arena. The Coyotes will begin their season with the two-game NHL Premiere series against the Boston Bruins in Prague, Czech Republic. February - April games are only available in ticket plans right now. Single-game tickets for these games will go on sale December 3, 20102010-11 HOME GAME HIGHLIGHTS
February - April games are only available in ticket plans right now. Single-game tickets for these games will go on sale December 3, 2010
- October 16 – Home opener at Jobing.com Arena versus the Detroit Red Wings.
- October 30 – The Tampa Bay Lightning, led by 51-goal scorer Steven Stamkos, visit Jobing.com Arena.
- November 6 – Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins come to Jobing.com Arena
- December 11 – The Coyotes host the Dallas Stars before embarking on a season-long six-game road trip (Dec. 15-26).
- January 8 – The Buffalo Sabres, led by goaltender Ryan Miller, visit the Coyotes.
- January 13 – The Toronto Maple Leafs, an Original Six franchise, come to Glendale.
- February 12 – The Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks make their first of two visits to Jobing.com Arena this season.
- February 14 – Perennial Hart Trophy candidate Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals come to Glendale for just the third time in Ovechkin’s career.
- March 5 – Phoenix hosts the Detroit Red Wings for the second and final time of the regular season.
- March 20 – The Coyotes begin a season-long six-game homestand by hosting the Chicago Blackhawks at 5 p.m. in their only Sunday home game of the season.
- April 8 – The San Jose Sharks come to town for the regular season home finale.