- $5 for one general-admission ticket (up to $10 value)
- $10 for two general-admission tickets (up to $20 value)
- When: Any home game through March 6; see the schedule.
The Scouting Report
To say that the Rhinos dominated the last couple seasons would be an understatement. El Paso steamrolled WSHL competition en route to a Thorne Cup and National Title in 2014, and in 2015, they returned to the championship series to defend their crown. The numbers speak for themselves: they posted a 44–2 record and outscored their opponents 374–83 in 2013–14, and last season they rumbled to a 41–5 record with a scoring record of 279–95.
This year, the Rhinos have hovered around the .500 mark, but they still have a shot at the playoffs if they get hot in the coming weeks. In February, they’ll try to build some momentum when they host the San Diego Sabers and first-place Oklahoma City Blazers. Then, during the first weekend in March, they’ll close out the season by battling the Springfield Express and subsequently returning their sticks to the trees in which they found them.
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.