The Ducks will host a unique fan event at 2021 Training Camp presented by FRESH N' LEAN, including the team's first full team intrasquad scrimmage on Saturday, Sept. 25 at Great Park Ice, the team's 280,000-square foot, state-of-the-art facility. Guests will have the opportunity to win prizes and engage in interactive games and experiences at Great Park Ice. As part of the celebration Ducks General Manager Bob Murray will host a hot stove after the scrimmage as well.
Saturday's scrimmage and all activities at Great Park Ice will be open to the public, with a suggested $5 donation to the Anaheim Ducks Foundation for fans attending. Visit AnaheimDucks.com/FlyTogetherWeekend to make your donation and learn about additional ways you will be able to support the Ducks Foundation: a sale of player autographed Wild Wing Breakout mini goalie sticks, an auction of player autographed practice jerseys and an opportunity drawing to win great Ducks prizes. Fans are highly encouraged to make their donation prior to the Fly Together Weekend.
Fans interested in learning about gameday promotions, ticket specials and exclusive benefits can visit the Ducks Lounge at the South patio and enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks.
The weekend will culminate with the first preseason game of the season when the San Jose Sharks come to Honda Center on Sunday, Sept. 26 (5:00 p.m. PT). As a special "thank you" to Orange Alliance Members, the game will be complimentary. The team will also wear special Orange Alliance jerseys during warm ups. For all other fans, tickets are on sale now starting at $28.
Fly Together with The Science of Hockey (Map/Directions)
Rediscover the Discovery Cube and Celebrate the Return of Ducks Hockey
The Science of Hockey invites sports-minded young scientists to experience and engage with hands-on activities throughout the Ducks interactive showcase. Sports meets STEM in this exhibit as guests interact with science concepts around physics, velocity, speed, health and sight. Science of Hockey encourages guests to make observations, experiment with angles, and think like a scientist on and off the ice. Learn more about the Science of Hockey and REDISCOVER the joys of science once again at the Discovery Cube. For more information, visit www.DiscoveryCube.org.