Hockey teams are often named after intimidating natural phenomena, such as the Tampa Bay Lightning, the Colorado Avalanche, and the Tuscaloosa Puberty. Experience the fury with this GrouponLive deal.
- $17 for one ticket to see a Las Vegas Wranglers hockey game (a $33.93 value)
- Where: Orleans Arena
- Seating: Premium seating
- Door time: 65 minutes before game time
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
Games and Dates
- Against the Ontario Reign on Friday, February 14, at 7:05 p.m.
- Against the Colorado Eagles on Sunday, February 16 at 11:59 p.m.
- Against the Eagles on Tuesday, February 18, at 7:05 p.m.<p>
The value of this deal is based on regular ticket prices and doesn’t reflect student, senior, or military discounts.<p>
The Scouting Report
On Sunday, February 16, the Wranglers face off against the Eagles in a regular-season game unlike any they will face for the rest of the year. In the third-annual Midnight Circus, the Wranglers will take the ice for a midnight puck-drop, then skate into the wee hours of the night amid an electric, late-night crowd. Showdowns with the Ontario Reign and the Eagles give the Wranglers a chance to secure signature victories against some of the ECHL’s top performers this season. Through 34 games, the Reign stand atop the Pacific Division standings, and the Eagles boast the Western Conference’s third-best record. In their quest to unseat the frontrunners, the Wranglers will rely on center Chris Francis, who leads the team with 25 points on nine goals and 16 assists.
Las Vegas Wranglers
A competitor in the East Coast Hockey League since its westward expansion in 2003, the Las Vegas Wranglers compete for the league’s coveted Kelly Cup. Sin City’s pack of puck-pushers defends their home ice at Orleans Arena with the help of a rowdy fan base and their mascot, Duke, a mythical, bull-like creature who can never leave the rink because there is always something red for him to charge at. As a contender in the highly competitive AA minor league filled with up-and-coming players, the Wranglers have sent a handful of the team’s one-time players and coaches to the National Hockey League.