- $26 for two grey zone seats in section C, G, O, or S (up to $49.50 total value)
- Includes two programs and ten chuck-a-pucks, which fans can throw at an on-ice target during intermissions in an effort to earn RoughRiders-themed prizes
- When: Saturday, January 16, at 7:05 p.m. (Chicago Steel)
- Click here to view the seating chart..
The Scouting Report
With the USHL season at its halfway point, the RoughRiders have skated squarely into playoff contention. Though their players don’t don monocles and tuxedos every night, the Roughriders still find themselves rubbing elbows with the league’s elite teams. They collected 37 points in their first 28 games, and while doing so, they netted 99 goals—the second-highest total in the USHL. On January 16, the Roughriders will carry that momentum into an Eastern Conference showdown with the Chicago Steel, who they beat 4–3 at The Stable back on December 11.
Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
Despite being a relatively young organization, the RoughRiders have done an impressive job of filling up their trophy case. The team officially moved from Mason City to Cedar Rapids in 1999, leaving behind their Huskies moniker in the process. It’s been one accomplishment after another ever since. In 2005, the RoughRiders claimed their first Clark Cup as champions of the USHL. That same season, they brought home the Anderson Cup, too, for posting the league’s best record during the regular season—a feat they repeated in 2011. RoughRiders fans have witnessed much of this success at the Cedar Rapids Ice Arena. Known affectionately as The Stable for its rowdy, but family friendly atmosphere, the arena echoes with clanging cowbells on game days to celebrate goals and drive away feral Zambonis lurking outside the building.