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 today’s GrouponLive deal for two tickets to a Trenton Titans hockey game at Sun National Bank Center in Trenton. Choose between the following games:
- Against the Florida Everblades on Saturday, October 22, at 7 p.m.
- Against the Cincinnati Cyclones on Sunday, October 23, at 4 p.m.
Choose from the following seating options for either game:
- For $14, you get two upper-level tickets in the red seating section (a $28 value).
- For $16, you get two lower-level tickets in the blue seating section (a $34 value).
- For $19, you get two premium-level tickets in the green seating section (a $44 value).
For the 2011–2012 season, the Trenton Titans have entered a minor-league affiliation with the Philadelphia Flyers, hoping to reclaim their 2005 title of Kelly Cup champions with ice-gliding antics, savage slap-shots, and smooth flat-passes. On October 22, the Titans begin their year by battling the Florida Everblades, a team known for its ability to summon alligators looming underneath the ice. A traditional banner raising and hockey-jersey auction commemorates the season opener. The Cincinnati Cyclones will attempt to ensnare the Titans with swift, circular motions on October 23, feebly gathering their courage to take on a roster of savage ice giants such as defenseman Eric Baier and forward Dustin Cameron.
The ECHL affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, the Trenton Titans compete against the country's top hockey prospects in the Atlantic Division of the league's Eastern Conference. Founded in 1999, the Titans won the Kelly Cup in 2005 behind captain Rick Kowalsky and leading-scorer Scott Bertoli, capping off an impressive six-year span in which the team missed the playoffs only one time. As the Titans continue their quest to replicate past glory, raucous fans clad in red cheer them on at Sun National Bank Center, aided by the team mascot Rivet, who energizes fans without throwing AA batteries into the stands.