Spectator sports are marked by traditions, like dumping Gatorade on the winning coach and setting the losing coach's Honda on fire. Feel the heat of competition with this GrouponLive deal to see the Rochester Knighthawks lacrosse team play at Blue Cross Arena.
Choose Between Two Options
The Knighthawks take on the Philadelphia Wings on Saturday, April 6, at 6 p.m. Doors open at 5 p.m.
- $16 for one G-Pass for 200-level premium seating in a sideline section (up to a $32.75 value, including fees)
- $13 for one G-Pass for 200-level seating in an end section (up to a $25.60 value, including fees)
The Scouting Report
After seizing the National Lacrosse League championship last season, the Knighthawks have returned to the pitch eyeing visions of a repeat title through their facemasks. Outscoring their opponents 100–92 in the first nine games of the season, the K-Hawks currently roost at fourth place in the Eastern Division standings. Star forward Cody Jamieson—whose four-goal, four-assist performance in the championship game secured last year's title—is once again key to Rochester's attack, leading the team with 18 goals so far. Lurking across the field, the Wings invade Blue Cross Arena as the division's second-place team, perhaps a little too confident in their plan to embarrass the reigning champs by replacing all the balls with soft-boiled eggs.
After joining the National Lacrosse League in 1995, the Rochester Knighthawks quickly established themselves as one of the sport's most formidable franchises. In just two years, the K-Hawks won their first championship—and their first major rivalry, too, falling to the Toronto Rock three times during subsequent championships. In 2012's title game, the team faced off against another Canadian foe, the Edmonton Rush, and won handily, earning the team its fourth championship and granting each Knighthawk lifelong Canadian citizenship as dictated by NAFTA.
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“I would probably purchase these again. There is room for improvement though: seats should be issued at time of purchase and pick up should be at Will Call. I still...”
“I would probably purchase these again. There is room for improvement though: seats should be issued at time of purchase and pick up should be at Will Call. I still had to wait in line to redeem voucher for tickets rather than just picking up.”