Hockey combines the speed of basketball, the hard hits of football, and the glistening blades of competitive shaving. Study frozen fusion with this GrouponLive deal to see the Greenville Road Warriors play at the Bi-Lo Center.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for a hockey-game package for one (up to a $27.30 total value, including all fees)
- $54 for a hockey-game package for four (up to a $109.20 total value, including all fees)<p>
Both packages include the following for each person:
- One ticket for seating in sections 100, 105–106, 111, or 116–121 (up to a $17.30 value each, including all fees) to the game against the Toledo Walleye on Thursday, February 7, at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m.
- One souvenir hat (a $10 value)<p>
The Scouting Report
Fueled by one of the league’s most prolific offenses, the Road Warriors have skated their way to first place in the ECHL South Division standings through 44 games this season. While forward Brandon Wong has gained a reputation as one of the ECHL’s finest attackers—his 47 total points are third best in the league—the emergence of fellow forwards Marc-Olivier Vallerand and Brendan Connolly—who have 31 goals and 49 assists combined—has made the Road Warriors’ offense harder to stop than ice skates coated in Crisco. The high-scoring trio will have a chance to showcase their repertoire of dizzying dekes and sizzling slap shots against the Walleye, who sit at second place in the North Division through 41 games.
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Greenville Road Warriors
Founded in 2010, the EHCL's Greenville Road Warriors don't have the rich legacy of their parent squad, the NHL's legendary New York Rangers. But judging from their first two seasons, the team is eager to make up for lost time. The Road Warriors took the league by storm in their debut season, earning the top playoff seed in the Eastern Conference before losing in overtime of Game 7 in the second round of the playoffs. Their quest for Kelly Cup glory continued in the 2011–2012 season, when they yet again made it to the playoffs and fell in the conference quarterfinals. Although championship hardware may have eluded the Road Warriors in their short history, the squad has produced enough top-notch regular-season performances to keep NHL scouts, fans, and trophy-case carpenters on their toes.