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Red Deer Rebels Tickets
League: Western Hockey League
Head coach: Brent Sutter
Former team: Red Deer Rustlers
Location of home games: Westerner Park Centrium
Red Deer Rebels TicketsThe Red Deer Rebels team was formed in 1992 after the dissolution of Red Deer's prior junior ice hockey team called the Red Deer Rustlers, a team that was part of the A.J.H.L. The building of a new major exhibition and entertainment complex on the Westerner ground of the south side of the city allowed for the creation of a new ice-hockey team. A contest to name the new team was held and garnered over 1,000 entries. Ultimately, the team's management decided on the Red Deer Rebels, and the team's first game was played on September 25th, 1992 against the Prince Albert Raiders. By 1993, the team was selling out games to crowds of around 6,500. In more recent years, the Red Deer Rebels hockey team won the WHL championship and the Memorial Cup in 2001. More recently, they were the host team for the Mastercard Memorial Cup in 2016. You can see the team take to the ice by getting tickets here at StubHub.
Who are the major rivals of the Red Deer Rebels?The Red Deer Rebels have had several rivalries throughout their history. Some of these rivalries have been against the Brandon Wheat Kings, the Swift Current Broncos, the Moose Jaw Warriors, the Saskatoon Blades, the Prince Albert Raiders, the Regina Pats, the Calgary Hitmen, the Kootenay Ice, the Medicine Hat Tigers and the Lethbridge Hurricanes. The most notable of these rivalries is the one with the Lethbridge Hurricanes.
Who is included in the coaching staff for the Red Deer Rebels?The head coach of the Red Deer Rebels is Brent Sutter, while the assistant coaches for the team are Brad Flynn, Ryan Colville and Erik Lodge. Kraymer Barnstable serves as goalie coach for the Rebels, and Dave Horning is a trainer for the team. Arie Postmus is the hockey operations assistant, while Terence Robertson acts as the team's athletic therapist.
Do the Red Deer Rebels have any special home game promotional nights?There are several promotions that take place at Red Deer Rebels' games throughout the season. This includes giveaways like bobbleheads for fans, a country and western-themed night with live music, a celebration of Mexico, a teddy bear toss and others. A full schedule of the promotional nights is available online.
What is the Westerner Park Centrium like?When the Red Deer Rebels play a home game, it is at the Westerner Park Centrium. The Centrium is an Alberta landmark that was built in 1991. In the year 2012, the Centrium had an expansion that added a 40-seat club suite, 13 additional luxury suites and an additional 1,000 seats that brought its maximum capacity up to 7,819. For ice hockey fans, the arena meets National Hockey League standards and makes for better gameplay for the athletes by having spring-loaded rink boards installed. These improve puck-play and improve the safety of the players.
Who are some of the all-time scorers for the Red Deer Rebels?There have been some great major-scorers that have worn the Red Deer Rebels uniform. The leading all-time scorers in the history of the Red Deer Rebels are Brandon Hagel, Arron Asham and Justin Mapletoft. Hagel, the most recent high-scorer, has now made the jump to the Chicago Blackhawks.
Where can I get tickets to see the Red Deer Rebels?Find tickets to see Red Deer Rebel hockey at StubHub, the world's largest online ticket marketplace. You can find seats through the website or download the mobile app. Tickets can be printed or saved to your phone for easy entry to games. Best of all, tickets are protected by StubHub's FanProtect guarantee.
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