With its catching nets and hard-hitting action, lacrosse is similar to Canada’s national pastime, extreme lepidoptery, though it involves fewer swarms of carnivorous butterflies. Discover the delights of this thrilling sport with today’s GrouponLive deal to see a Toronto Rock Lacrosse Club game at the Air Canada Centre. Doors open one hour prior to game time. Choose between the following seating options:
For $15, you get one upper-level ticket for seating in sections 306–312 or sections 318–324, marked in green on the seating chart (a $35 value, including all fees).
For $27, you get one lower-level ticket for seating in sections 101–104 or sections 112–115, marked in red on the seating chart (a $53.90 value, including all fees).
If tickets are sold out in your section at the time of redemption, you will be upgraded at no additional cost. For both seating options, choose between the following games:
- Against the Calgary Roughnecks on Sunday, January 8, at 6 p.m.
- Against the Rochester Knighthawks on Friday, January 27, at 7 p.m.
As the National Lacrosse League’s defending champions, the Toronto Rock enters the 2012 season seeking to once again ascend toward the summit of championship glory. In just 13 seasons, the Toronto Rock has established itself as a perennial powerhouse by netting a record-tying six NLL cup victories. During January 8’s season opener, fans can join the celebration as a title banner is hoisted toward the rafters of the Air Canada Centre, which not only represents last year’s success, but also covers holes in the ceiling created by opposing teams attempting to spy on practices via satellite.
Squad captain Colin Doyle leads the Toronto Rock’s dynamic offense alongside forward Garrett Billings, who dumped an avalanche of points on the competition in 2011 while snagging multiple offensive awards throughout the season. Defensively, veteran Cam Woods channels 12 years of experience to stifle opposing rushes, and goalies Matt Roik and Pat Campbell promise to search each goal-bound projectile with a metal detector before allowing entrance to the net.
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