We’re coming up to two weeks remaining until the Chargers’ 2014-15 season home opening series with Bowling Green.
UAH announced the promotional schedule for the season on Wednesday. Here are the highlights. All games start at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Oct. 17 vs. Bowling Green – Alumni Night: Homecoming returns to hockey! Friday night is Alumni Night, as all alumni and their families will receive free admission to the game by presenting your Alumni Association card at the ticket booth. (Don’t have a card? Call 256-824-6549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get one.) A tailgate party begins at 5:30 p.m. at the corner of Church Street and the VBC. Former Charger hockey players will be recognized during the game.
Oct. 18 vs. Bowling Green – Posters & Magnets: The first 500 fans in attendance for Saturday’s game will receive official Charger hockey schedule posters and magnets.
Nov. 14-15 vs. Lake Superior State – Military Appreciation Weekend: Veterans and active miliatry personnel will receive free admission. At Saturday’s game, the first 500 fans will get free camo rally towels.
Nov. 28 vs. Michigan Tech – Hockey Sticks: The first 1,000 fans receive a UAH mini hockey stick.
Jan. 3 vs. Alaska-Anchorage – T-Shirts: The first 500 fans receive a free UAH hockey T-shirt.
Jan. 17 vs. Northern Michigan – Pucks: The first 1,000 fans get a free puck with the official UAH Chargers logo.
Jan. 25 vs. USA Under-18 (2 p.m.) – Team Photos: The first 1,000 fans get a free Chargers team photo, and a player autograph session will follow the game.
Feb. 21 vs. Ferris State – Thunder Sticks: The first 500 fans receive UAH thunder stick noisemakers.
Feb. 28 vs. Alaska – Mini Space Shuttles: Welcome home UAH alum Lance West, an assistant coach for the Nanooks. The first 500 fans receive a free mini space shuttle, courtesy of the U.S. Space & Rocket Center.
At all home games, UAH Charger player trading cards will be given away.
For season and group tickets, visit the UAH Athletic Office or call 256-UAH-PUCK. Get more information on our ticket page.
WCHA TV returns: The Western Collegiate Hockey Association on Tuesday announced this season’s online video package, WCHA TV, for the 2014-15 season.
With WCHA TV, fans can watch all conference games from all schools, including non-conference games at WCHA member rinks. Feeds are available in high definition on PCs, tablets, and mobile phones for both iOS and Android platforms.
Available plans include the full-season pass ($160), monthly pass ($50), day pass ($12 regular season, $15 playoffs), and tournament pass ($60).
Visit WCHA.TV for more information.