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Evansville Thunderbolts Tickets
Colors: Red, White, Navy Blue
General Manager: Patrick Kelly
Head Coach: Jeff Bes
Evansville Thunderbolts TicketsThe Evansville Thunderbolts is an ice hockey team located in the city of Evansville, Ind. It played its first season in 2016 competing in the Southern Professional Hockey League. The Thunderbolts team has replaced the Evansville IceMen as the premier ice hockey team of the city after the IceMen moved to the nearby city of Owensboro, Ky. In the second month of 2016, the city mayor announced that one of the season ticket holders of the IceMen has secured rights for the new team, Evansville Thunderbolts, which will represent the city. The same year, the owners also signed a five-year lease agreement with Ford Center as its home arena. Jeff Pyle, the former coach of the IceMen took charge of the Thunderbolts in its inaugural season while Mike Hall became the general manager. In the three seasons that the Thunderbolts played, the team has struggled as a result of changes in the management and coach. If interested in watching Evansville Thunderbolts play, you can easily get tickets to the Thunderbolts’ games at StubHub.
Where does the Evansville Thunderbolts team play its home games?Fans can watch the Thunderbolts play at the Ford Center located at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Despite being known as a multipurpose facility, the Ford Center is specifically known for hosting ice hockey events. In fact, the first match played at the arena was a highly publicized ice hockey match in 2011. Built at the cost of $127.5 million, it can host 9,000 spectators for an ice hockey game. The total capacity can extend to 11,000 for concerts and basketball games. Such famed artists as Sir Elton John and Lady Antebellum have previously performed at the arena.
What is the past record of the Evansville Thunderbolts?In its first season, the Evansville Thunderbolts finished last in its league. Despite the services of a seasoned coach, the team could only win 14 out of 56 matches. Near the end of the first season, Mike Hall, the person who was instrumental in bringing a new team to Evansville, sold his minority shares to WV Sports LLC. Despite the setback, the Thunderbolts team managed to make a come-back when it finished sixth in the league winning 27 and losing just 20 matches. The team also qualified for the quarterfinals losing 1-2 to one of the strongest teams in the league, the Macon Mayhem. Before the 2018-19 season, the team had to face another setback as its head coach left the team to join the Atlanta Gladiators in the ECHL. The loss of head coach and various management changes resulted in a disappointing season in 2019 when the team ended at the bottom of the league.
Where can I buy tickets to watch the Evansville Thunderbolts play?You can get tickets to every Thunderbolts game at StubHub, the world's largest online marketplace for sports events. The website protects its ticketholders with a 100% FanProtect guarantee, which ensures that all tickets are valid at the entrance gate. They also claim that fans get a full refund if the match is canceled. You can also replace tickets if the event is rescheduled for another day.
What is the mascot of the Evansville Thunderbolts?Pride is the official mascot of the team. He is a lion who actively participates in the team events. To strengthen the community bond, Pride teams up with the Thunderbolts Aviators who accompany Pride to fundraisers, birthday parties and parades. The name "Thunderbolts" is taken from the famous aircraft in the Second World War that was manufactured in Evansville.
Who is the head coach of the Evansville Thunderbolts?Jeff Bes is the current head coach of the team. He is a retired professional player who also represented Canada at the 1993 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Sweden. His playing career spanned almost two decades, which was followed by a coaching assignment in 2011. Despite not playing a regular reason in NHL, Jeff was once considered the top prospect for the NHL when drafted for Minnesota North Stars in 1992.
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