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Tri City Americans Tickets
League: Western Hockey League
Location: Kennewick, Wash.
Venue: Toyota Center
Tri-City Americans TicketsThe Tri-City Americans is a major junior hockey team that competes at the highest level of the Canadian leagues. The roster is comprised of young hockey prospects from around the world who come to Kennewick to gain valuable training and development with professional staff. The Americans franchise was born from an early phase of the WHL's US expansion into the Pacific Northwest. In 1988, owner Ron Dixon relocated the New Westminster Bruins from British Columbia to the city of Kennewick. It took two decades for Tri-City to win its first ever division title in 2008. This was the beginning of a three-year run as the best team of the US Division. It culminated in the 2010 Western Conference title and a berth in the championship series where it lost to the Calgary Hitmen in five games. Tri-City won the US Division for a fourth time in 2012 and made it to the conference final. StubHub is a reliable source for all Tri-City Americans tickets throughout the season.
Who are some of the highest NHL draft picks in Tri-City Americans history?The Tri-City Americans has sent prospects to all levels of professional hockey, including the NHL. The team’s highest draft pick, center Stu Barnes, went fourth overall to Winnipeg in 1989. Goaltender Carey Price and center Daymond Langkow both went fifth overall in the draft: the former to Montreal in 2005 and the latter to Tampa Bay in 1995. Other high draft picks include left winger Terry Ryan (eighth to Montreal in 1995), center Michael Rasmussen (ninth to Detroit in 2017), defenseman Dan Focht (11th to Phoenix in 1996) and left winger Jason Bowen (15th to Philadelphia in 1992).
What is the biggest rival of the Tri-City Americans?Tri-City’s closest rival is the Spokane Chiefs from eastern Washington. The rivalry has been fought bitterly since 1988. Perhaps their most memorable moment was the 2008 conference final in which five of the seven games went into overtime, including three double overtime games. Spokane eventually won the series 4-1 in the seventh game.
What was the record for the Tri-City Americans games last season?The Tri-City Americans made the 2019 WHL playoffs with a record of 34-28-5-1. The team’s 74 points earned it a fourth place finish in the US Division. In the first round of the playoffs, the Americans lost to the division opponent Everett Silvertips in a five-game series.
What are some of the top games on the Tri-City Americans schedule?The WHL regular season takes place between Sept. 20, 2019, and March 21, 2020. The Tri-City Americans schedule includes rival Spokane Chiefs 12 times during the regular season. It also plays eight or nine games against division opponents Seattle Thunderbirds, Portland Winterhawks and Everett Silvertips. Other important opponents include the Vancouver Giants, Victoria Royals and Kamloops Blazers from the BC Division. Tri-City will entertain fans and honor worthy recipients with several different promotions throughout the season, including the Wiener Dog Dash on March 7 and First Responders Night on March 21. After the conclusion of the regular season, the WHL playoffs begin on March 27. Eight teams in the Western Conference will qualify for the tournament. All Tri-City home games take place at the 6,000-seat Toyota Center. Located near the Columbia River, the arena features plenty of concessions and restaurants, including the Sunset Lounge.
Who is the head coach of the Tri-City Americans?The Americans named Kelly Buchberger as head coach in 2018. A former NHL player who won two Stanley Cups with the Edmonton Oilers, Buchberger began his coaching career in the Oilers organization as an assistant, development coach and director of player personnel. He was also an assistant with the Edmonton Road Runners and a head coach of the Springfield Falcons.
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