Hockey players are like children: they are often missing teeth, are placed in a timeout box when they get into a fight, and their legs can be rubbed for good luck. Give yourself the luck of a child with today's GrouponLive deal: for $15, you get a reserved-seat ticket for any Providence Bruins home game this season at the Dunkin' Donuts Center (up to a $30 value). This deal is valid for the best available seat in any section; tickets are subject to availability.
As the AHL affiliates of the Boston Bruins, the savvy puck pulverizers of the Providence Bruins are a mix of young talent and NHL veterans. From any one of three seating levels, fans can watch the fast-paced action, hear the crunch of the crosschecks, and inhale the new-car smell that hockey players emit. With a schedule of weeknight and weekend games, and with frequent promotions, fans have plenty of chances to visit. On January 8, the first 1,000 kids aged 12 and younger will get free thundersticks, intimidating the visiting Bridgeport Sound Tigers and neighborhood alley cats with loud noises and a youthful exuberance. On February 19, 1,000 plush Snoopys will swell fans' ranks, assisting Head Coach Bruce Cassidy's attempts to dismantle the Connecticut Whale.
The P-Bruins have a long history of producing quality players and offering up an engaging and intimate environment in which to watch the star athletes of tomorrow and star zamboni operators of today. Noted P-Bruins alums include current Boston goalie Tim Thomas and goal scorer David Krejci.