Sioux City Musketeers Tickets
Sioux City Musketeers dominate the ice
Competing in Tier I junior ice hockey, the Sioux City Musketeers roster is stacked with some of the most exciting young talent in the United States. Aspiring rising stars stake their claim for the NHL by racing up and down the rink, slapping goals, and asserting their physicality. Grab Sioux City Musketeers tickets online to see the team play live or sell your tickets on StubHub.
Rising to the top of the USHL
Competing in the Western Conference of the United States Hockey League (USHL), the Sioux City Musketeers are perennially competing for championships. The Tier I League is one of the highest standards of competition for players aged between 16 and 21, with the cream of the crop then progressing through NCAA and NHL ranks. The club formed in 1972, and is among the oldest existing teams in the USHL. A strong rivalry exists with the Waterloo Black Hawks that dates back to feisty battles throughout the 1970s, which included several Western Conference Championship series. Fixtures between the two teams pack out stadiums and build feverous atmospheres. The Sioux City Musketeers won their first Clark Cup in 1982, against the Des Moines Buccaneers, hoisting the trophy after a tight 3-2 series victory. A clean sweep of the Finals in 1986 demonstrated skills and ruthlessness, however, fans had to wait until 2002 to cheer on another championship. With the squad gearing up for another hit at the title, get your Sioux City Musketeers tickets on StubHub and follow their exciting journey.
Famous names suit up for Sioux City Musketeers
Playing home fixtures at the Tyson Events Center, over 9,000 fans can turn up and support their club. A long list of skilful players has graced the ice rink, with many going on to enjoy lengthy professional careers. Rostislav Klesla had a dominant stretch with the team where he imposed himself as one of the dourest defencemen in junior hockey, before becoming the inaugural draft selection by the Columbus Blue Jackets. Exciting goal-scoring winger Max Pacioretty represented the Sioux City Musketeers during the 2006-07 season and racked up 63 points, then established himself as a consistent NHL player and captaining the Montreal Canadiens. The next up-and-coming star is likely waiting in the wings, so make sure you get to a game and check out the action. You may even get to meet the team’s bearded mascot, who is usually spotted in the stands signing autographs for young supporters. Secure seats in the crowd by using StubHub to find the best Sioux City Musketeers tickets.
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