St. Cloud, Minn. – A new season brings new experiences for fans, promoting an affordable family fun atmosphere when the Norsemen hit the ice. The St. Cloud Norsemen want to Pack the MAC this season for all 29 home games, as the home of the $10 ticket.
Every Friday will be Dollar Dog Night! Fans can enjoy Pregame Happy Hour during the hour before Friday and Saturday home games at 2-for-1 pricing on alcoholic beverages.
Season tickets for a single adult ticket for all 29 home games played at the Municipal Athletic Complex (MAC) are $250 and the new single-game price for a single adult ticket is just $10. That’s a $40 savings when you purchase season tickets.
Students (Age 13+ and college with ID), Kids (Ages 6-12) as well as Senior Citizens and Active or Veteran Military pay just $8 for a single-game ticket and $200 for a full season ticket package. Kids 5 and under get in free.
The Norsemen will once again offer Premium Top Railing seats, for $15 per game or a season pass for $375 (granite countertop seating, option for bar stool or standing).
The Norsemen face Central Division opponents in 26 of the 29 home games with a pair of contests against Midwest Division foes, the Minnesota Wilderness and Janesville Jets.
The Norsemen open the team’s home slate with a two-game series against the Central Division Bismarck Bobcats on September 24 -25.
Prior to the start of the regular season, the Norsemen will take part in the 18th annual NAHL Showcase Tournament, held from September 15-18, 2021 at the Super Rink in Blaine, Minnesota. All 29 NAHL teams will play regular-season games at the Showcase, and the Norsemen face Danbury, Shreveport and the United State National Development Team Program.
The 2021-22 Norsemen season will be the 18th in franchise history, third in St. Cloud and second as the Norsemen. Head Coach Corey Millen is back for his second season at the Norsemen helm. Home games are played at the St. Cloud Municipal Athletic Complex in Dave Torrey Arena.