- Two tickets to an El Paso Rhinos junior hockey game
- When: Any home game between January 23–25, February 6–8, or February 20–22; see the schedule.
- Where: Sierra Providence Events Center
- Door time: 30 minutes before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.
- $5 for general-admission seating in the black section ($10 value)
- $10 for general-admission seating in the gray section ($20 value)
Even if the El Paso Rhinos had never won a game before the 2013–14 season, their trophy case would still have been full by season’s end. The Rhinos were next to unbeatable last year, making them arguably the best team in all of Tier III Junior Hockey. They posted a 44–2–0 record during the WSHL regular season en route to a league championship, which they parlayed that into a second Thorne Cup and, finally, a franchise first: a National Championship.
This season, too, the Rhinos haven’t missed a beat. They’ve posted a 23-2-0 record thus far, with one of their two losses coming against the division-rival Springfield Express. But rather than inviting the Express out to a nice dinner and stiffing ‘em with the check, the Rhinos can get revenge during an upcoming home series in late January. Following that series, the Rhinos will also host the Tulsa Oilers in early February and the Dallas Snipers later in the month.
El Paso Rhinos
Winners of the WSHL’s Thorne Cup in 2008, the El Paso Rhinos have been one of the league’s and nation’s most dominant junior-hockey clubs since their inception in 2006. Over the first six years, the squad has become synonymous with El Paso hockey, claiming five division titles while protecting the city from the feral Zambonis that live on the edge of town. All Rhinos home games take place inside the El Paso Events Center, where fans cheer on each slap shot and board-rattling check.