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Details of Evansville Icemen and the Ticket Luck value
Evansville Iceman is ready to bring some thrilling live action to the fans in the coming season. The upcoming two games will be played against the Gwinnett Gladiators on the 29th of November and 1st of December at The Arena at Gwinnett Center. The Evansville Iceman tickets for the upcoming games have now been made available and the schedule has been announced, hence check online and book your share in order to confirm your attendance. For now, Duluth residents have the chance of catching the live match in the coming days.
The Arena at Gwinnet Center is an indoor venue located on the outer skirts of Duluth, Georgia. The arena was initially opened as “Gwinnet Center”, the current version is an expansion of it and opened in February of 2003. The venue also includes a convention center and a performing arts center. It is home to the professional ice hockey team, Gwinnet Gladiators as well as Atlanta Steam of Lingerie Football League. The arena has been host to some of very memorable sports events in the past, such as the 2013 WNBA Finals. This time around it will be featuring two gamesof its tenant Gwinnet Gladiators against Evansville Icemen.
Evansville Icemen is EHCL’s ice hockey team which was formed in 1992, and belongs to Indiana. The team was a member of the International Hockey League until 2010, when IHL merged with Central Hockey League. With UHL, the team has been able to win three titles, in years 1999, 2002 and 2004. As of 2011, Icemen’s home field has been Ford Center in Evansville. Before that, their home games were played at the Swonder Ice Arena. Although the team continues to practice at Swonder, the home games have been shifted. Before being named Icemen, the team was titled “Muskegon Fury” and then “Muskegon Lumberjacks.”
When the team was sold in 2008, the new owners named it Lumberjack in order to recall Muskegon’s hockey’s golden days. However, in 2010, the team was moved to Evansville, Indiana, where it earned the new title. At that time it was still a part of the International Hockey League, until in May of 2012, the team was accepted as a member the EHCL. Apart from the colonial cups, the team has also won four division titles and two regular season titles over the years. This coming season Evansville Iceman will be getting head on head with the Gladiators at the latter’s home field. If you wish to support your favorite team at the stadium, make sure you have Evansville Icemen tickets booked in time.