Philadelphia Rebels Tickets
Year of Franchise Founding: 2008
League: North American Hockey League (NAHL)
Head Coach: Joe Coombs
Assistant Coaching Staff: Josh Brown (Assistant Coach), Tory Gentile (Goaltending Coach), Steven Smith (Head Equipment Manager), Nicholas Pearson (Athletic Trainer)
Jamestown Rebels TicketsThe Jamestown Rebels, once known as the Philadelphia Rebels, is a junior hockey team that was based in Philadelphia, Pa., but is now based in Jamestown, N.Y. Since the franchise’s original formation in 2008, the team has gone under a number of different names and host towns — the Wenatchee Wild from 2008 to 2013; the Rio Grande Valley Killer Bees from 2013 to 2015; the Aston Rebels from 2015 to 2017; the Philadelphia Rebels from 2017 to 2018; and the Jamestown Rebels from 2018 to the present. Throughout this long history, the Rebels have been home to some of the top junior hockey players in the country. Showing talent and skill in junior hockey can allow players the opportunity to transition to successful professional careers in leagues like the NHL. Watching teams like the Rebels play also affords fans the opportunity to watch some of the future stars of the hockey world do what they do best before they hit the pros. You can get your Jamestown Rebels tickets at StubHub today.
Who are some of the players on the Jamestown Rebels’ roster?The Jamestown Rebels have assembled a talented young team together in the hopes of achieving great things in the NAHL. Some of the players on the roster include goalie Jon Howe; defensemen Spencer Cosway, Kaden Varga and Ian Carpenter; left wings Joe Teasdale and Nick Siffringer; right wings Jordan Cormier, Zach Brydges and Valentino Passarelli; and centers Liam Hansson, Noah Finstrom and Eric Olson.
What is the Jamestown Rebels’ schedule like?Usually, the season for a junior hockey team like the Jamestown Rebels runs from mid-to-late September of one calendar year to late March or early April of the following year. The Rebels still have some games to play for the remainder of their season in 2020. Some of these include two consecutive home games against the Maryland Black bears on March 13 and 14, 2020; an away game with the New Jersey Titans on March 20 and a home game with them on March 21; and two consecutive home games against the Johnstown Tomahawks on April 3 and 4.
Are the Jamestown Rebels involved in any long-lasting junior hockey rivalries?The Rebels have been enmeshed for years in a rivalry with the Johnstown Tomahawks going back to at least when the Rebels were listed as hailing from Philadelphia instead of Jamestown. Fittingly, the final two games of the 2019-2020 season for the Rebels will be against their great rivals.
In which arenas do the Jamestown Rebels typically play?All of the Rebels' home games take place in the Northwest Arena in Jamestown, N.Y. The massive 1,900-seat arena was originally opened in 2003 and is versatile enough to host ice skating events, concerts, stand-up comedy and even birthday parties in addition to hockey. The location of away games varies depending on which team is matched up against the Rebels. Some of the other venues here include the 1st SUMMIT ARENA at Cambria County War Memorial in Johnstown, Pa., the home of the rival Johnstown Tomahawks; the Middletown Ice Arena in Middletown, N.J., and the Piney Orchard Ice Arena in Odenton, Md.
What are some other teams that fans of the Jamestown Rebels might also enjoy watching?Naturally, Rebels fans will want to be able to keep a close eye on the doings of the Johnstown Tomahawks throughout the season. Additionally, fans might enjoy watching other important teams in the East Division of the NAHL, including the New Jersey Titans, the Northeast Generals and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Knights.
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