BOWLING GREEN FALCONS HOCKEY
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Bowling Green Falcons Hockey Tickets
Head Coach: Ty Eigner
Other Coaching Staff: Curtis Carr and Maco Balkovec, assistant coaches
Conference: Western Collegiate Hockey Association
NCAA Division: Division I
Bowling Green Falcons Hockey TicketsAs members of the NCAA’s elite Division I, the Bowling Green Falcons are required to compete regularly with some of the best collegiate hockey teams in the United States. The Bowling Green Falcons have had considerable success in competition over the years, winning the NCAA Division I Hockey Tournament in 1984 against the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs. Since 2013, the Falcons have been part of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association, a collegiate hockey conference that includes teams from the midwestern United States, Alaska and Alabama. Though they have yet to win the WCHA Championship, they had considerable success in their previous conference, the now-dissolved Central Collegiate Hockey Association. The Bowling Green Falcons won the CCHA Championship an impressive seven times, and last season, the team's record with 25-11-5. Thus, the Falcons carry on a tradition of excellence in men’s college hockey. To see them play, get your Bowling Green Falcons hockey tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some of the players on the roster of the Bowling Green Falcons?The Falcons can boast of a list of talented players on their roster who follow in the tradition of championship excellence that the team has established. Some of these players include goaltenders Eric Dop and Brett Rich, defensemen Will Cullen, Cam Babiak, Carson Musser and Garrett Daly and forwards Alex Barber, Max Johnson, Frederic Letourneau, Adam Conquest and Taylor Schneider.
What is the Bowling Green Falcons hockey schedule like?On February 28 and 29, 2020, the Falcons played back-to-back away games against the Alabama Hunstville Chargers. After these games, the WCHA Tournament begins, in which the Falcons will be major participants. The first round of the tournament takes place on March 6, 7 and 8, 2020. If they perform well enough, the Falcons will play in the semifinals on March 13, 14 and 15, 2020. The finals will take place on March 21, 2020. Also, the NCAA Regionals are March 27 and 28, in which the Falcons may be involved. Lastly, the NCAA Frozen Four Tournament is April 9 and 11, 2020.
In which arenas do the Bowling Green Falcons typically play?Home base for the Bowling Green Falcons hockey games is the Slater Family Ice Arena. Named that way in 2017 but originally opened back in 1967, the arena has seating room for up to 4,600 people and standing room for 400 more. When playing away games, the Falcons might be in arenas like the MacInnes Arena in Houghton, Mich., the Compton Family Ice Arena at the University of Notre Dame and the Carlson Center in Fairbanks, Alaska.
How do I get tickets to see the Bowling Green Falcons play?Tickets are widely available for all of the Bowling Green Falcons’ upcoming games at StubHub. To get the latest updates on prices and make sure that the tickets work with your budget, be sure to check the Falcons’ StubHub page regularly. Also, be sure to check the NCAA Hockey page for tickets to the 2020 WCHA Tournament and the NCAA Regionals.
What are some other teams that fans of the Bowling Green Falcons may be interested in?Bowling Green alumni and general fans of the Falcons may also be interested in following the exploits of some of the other teams that are part of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Some of these teams are the Alabama Hunstville Chargers, the Michigan Tech Huskies, the Minnesota State Mavericks, the Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves and the Northern Michigan Wildcats.
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