- $8 for one ticket for Loudville sideline seating (up to $21.50 value) [This option is only available on March 25]
- $12 for one ticket for lower-level end or corner seating (up to $26 value)
- $16 for one ticket for sideline or club-level seating (up to $30 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
Game Dates and Details
- Friday, March 18, at 7 p.m. vs. Manitoba Moose - 1-2-3 Friday - Enjoy $1 Sodas, $2 Hotdogs and $3 Beers (select 12-14 oz beers) presented by Pepsi & Sugardale
- Sunday, March 20, at 3 p.m. vs. Toronto Marlies - Kids Day Game! First 1,000 Kids, 14 and under, will receive a FREE day pass to Castaway Bay
- Friday, March 25, at 7 p.m. vs. Rockford IceHogs – 1-2-3 Friday AND first 10,000 fans will receive a Sonny Milano bobblehead presented by Dominion 811
- Sunday, April 10, at 5 p.m. vs. Rochester Americans - Kids Day Game! First 1,000 Kids, 14 and under, will receive a FREE day pass to Castaway Bay
The Scouting Report
The Lake Erie Monsters are on the brink of ending a four-season playoff drought, but completing the task won’t be easy. During the regular-season’s final month, the Monsters will clash with some of the AHL’s toughest teams, including the division-leading Rockford IceHogs and the Toronto Marlies, who are more than 15 points ahead of the next best team. Still, Lake Erie boasts one of the most-balanced rosters around: a half-dozen Monsters have already eclipsed the 20-point mark, and several others will be doing the same soon.
During this slate of games, fans at Quicken Loans Arena can cheer the Monsters toward the postseason while enjoying promotions such as 1-2-3 Fridays or Kids Days including discounted kids meals. During the former, fans can fill up on $1 sodas, $2 hot dogs, and $3 beers.
Lake Erie Monsters
An AHL affiliate of the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Lake Erie Monsters began as the Utah Grizzlies in 2001 before migrating to Cleveland in 2007. After the team clinched its first playoff berth in 2011, the subsequent season drew record crowds to Quicken Loans Arena, where fans' screams bounce off the rafters to form classic jock-jam echoes.