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DUBUQUE, IA–The Dubuque Fighting Saints will return to the ice in a few short weeks, and fans may purchase tickets to any of the club’s exhibition and regular season home games during the 2014-2015 campaign beginning next week. Individual game tickets to all games at the Mystique Community Ice Center go on sale to the public on Tuesday, August 12 at 9 a.m. Season Ticket Holders have the ability to purchase individual tickets in an exclusive presale that begins on Monday, August 11 at 9 a.m. Fans may purchase tickets at the box office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, online at DubuqueFightingSaints.com, or by calling the Fighting Saints at 563.583.6880.
The Fighting Saints will play two preseason games and 30 regular season games at the Mystique Community Ice Center this season. Tickets to all games range from $10 to $20 when purchased in advance. Tickets in the Front Row are $20 and are some of the best seats in the arena, placing fans right against the glass and in the heart of the action. Center Section seats, which offer a view of the entire ice, are just $17. Corner Attack tickets, located on the end Dubuque shoots at twice, are $14, while Corner Defense tickets on the opposite side of the arena are $13. The newly renamed Attack Section has become one of the favorite seating areas in the arena. Located behind the goal the Fighting Saints attack twice, fans can enjoy Attack Section tickets for $12. Ice Box seats, located in the corners behind the goal near the Kids Zone, check in at just $10. These prices reflect a savings of $1.95 per ticket as opposed to those purchased on the day of the game. Fans are always encouraged to purchase tickets in advance to guarantee the lowest price and best seat selection.
Dubuque plays a pair of preseason games at home, hosting Waterloo on Friday, September 5 and Cedar Rapids on Friday, September 12 before opening the home portion of the regular season campaign on Saturday, October 4 against the Omaha Lancers at 7:05 p.m. Dubuque will compete for the Prairie Farms Cowbell Cup in an Eastern Iowa rivalry series with Cedar Rapids and Waterloo again this season, and fans are encouraged to get their tickets early to these key rivalry games. Dubuque faces Cedar Rapids four times at home and Waterloo three times at home during the 2014-2015 season. Cedar Rapids visits Dubuque on January 2, February 7, February 22 and March 28. Waterloo and Dubuque meet in The Key City on November 14, January 3 and February 28.
Fans wishing to purchase tickets to the 2015 USHL/NHL Prospects Game may do so at this time by signing up for a Season Ticket Package or reserving a group for the special event on January 13, 2015. Individual tickets to this event will not go on sale until Tuesday, November 18 at 9 a.m. Pricing will remain the same as during a regular Fighting Saints game.
Full Season Ticket Packages for the 2014-15 season are still available and remain the best way to attend all Fighting Saints home games, and the 2015 USHL/NHL Top Prospects Game, at the lowest cost. Full Season Ticket Packages also include great benefits such as meet the team events, discounts on merchandise, and discounted tickets for family and friends. Mini-plans where fans can pick the number of games they can attend are also available. Flexible monthly payment options are available on season ticket packages. To order your season tickets today, call the Fighting Saints at 563.583.6880. For more information visit DubuqueFightingSaints.com.
About the Dubuque Fighting Saints
The Fighting Saints returned to USHL play in the brand new Mystique Community Ice Center during the 2010-­11 Season, winning the Clark Cup in their first year back in the USHL. The Fighting Saints continued their success with a historic season in 2012-­13, finishing with a franchise best 45­‐11‐8 record. The team claimed the Anderson Cup as the USHL’s regular season champions for the first time in 30 years, and also earned the Clark Cup for second time in three seasons. In August 2013, the team took the Bronze Medal while representing the United States at the Junior Club World Cup in Omsk, Russia. The club has produced a number of players that moved on to NCAA Division I hockey and have been drafted by NHL teams, including Zemgus Girgensons and Johnny Gaudreau. The original Fighting Saints competed in the USHL for 21 seasons (1980­‐2001). The Club won the Clark Cup as playoff champions on three occasions (1981, 1983, 1985) under head coach Jack Barzee. One of the most well-­known alumni of the original Fighting Saints was Gary Suter, a 17‐year NHL veteran, two time Olympian, Stanley Cup winner, and member of the US Hockey Hall of Fame.

About Northern Lights Hockey, LLC
Northern Lights Hockey, LLC is the company that owns and operates the USHL franchise in Dubuque, Iowa. The owners of Northern Lights Hockey, LLC collectively provide an extensive background in both business and hockey, and represent interests on a national and local level. Philip Falcone, Chief Investment Officer of Harbinger Capital Partners and part owner of the NHL’s Minnesota Wild is the company’s principal owner. The ownership group also includes Peter Chiarelli, General Manager of the Boston Bruins, Mark Falcone and Brad Kwong, Managing Partner of Northern Lights Hockey, LLC. Philip Falcone, Chiarelli and Kwong all played hockey together at Harvard University in the mid- 1980’s. The group also includes local Iowan partners Mark Falb and David S. Field, M.D. Falb currently serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Westmark Enterprises, Inc and Kendall / Hunt Publishing Company. Dr. Field has practiced orthopedic surgery for 30 years and has been the driving force behind hockey in Dubuque. Dr. Field also owned the Dubuque Thunderbirds, the USA Hockey Tier III team that competed in the Central States Hockey League through the 2009-10 Season.