- One ticket to see a San Antonio Rampage hockey game
- Where: AT&T Center
- Door time: 6:30 p.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the seating chart.<p>
- $10 for one plaza seat in rows 24–34 of sections 105–109 or 120–124; rows 14–34 of sections 103, 104, 104a, 125, 125a, or 126; or rows 14–27 of sections 101–102 or 127–128 ($27.99 value)
- $19 for one charter seat in rows 8–13 of sections 4–10, 20–26, 101, 103, or 128 ($39.29 value)<p>
Choose between the following games:
- Against the Texas Stars on Friday, December 27, at 7:30 p.m.
- Against the Oklahoma City Barons on Friday, January 3, at 7:30 p.m.<p>
The Scouting Report
In their game against the West Division rival Oklahoma City Barons on November 29, the Rampage escaped with a thrilling shootout victory—but that wasn’t the biggest win of the evening. Celebrating its first-ever “Movember Night,” the team set a world record for most fake mustaches at a public event, a prestigious honor previous held by Alex Trebek’s 1998 family reunion. While mustachioed fans watched from the seats, Rampage goalie Jacob Markstrom turned away 34 of 36 Barons shots, including all five attempts during the shootout. The Rampage get another crack at the Barons in their first game of 2014 on January 3, and one week before that, the team defends the AT&T Center against another divisional foe, the Texas Stars.
San Antonio Rampage
As a franchise, the San Antonio Rampage has been around since the 1970s, and from 1979–1999, the team was known as the Adirondack Red Wings. The organization’s modern incarnation finally skated onto American Hockey League ice in 2002, when it became the top-level affiliate of the Florida Panthers. In their decade-plus history—which includes a six-year stretch from 2005–2011 as the affiliate of the Phoenix Coyotes—the Rampage have made three postseason appearances, highlighted by a trip to the Western Conference semifinals in 2011–12. The team plays its home games at the AT&T Center, where such off-the-ice entertainment as T-Bone the bull and the Ice Girls keep fans of all ages entertained while players break for tea.