DAUPHIN, MB - With the exhibition and regular season campaign on the horizon, the Dauphin Kings are getting set for an exciting year at Credit Union Place!
The exhibition schedule opens on Monday (September 21st) against the Swan Valley Stampeders at 7:30pm. The Tim Hortons Kings Home Opener goes down on Friday October 9th when the Waywayseecappo Wolverines roll into town at 7:30pm!
With that being said, this will be a very different and unique season for not only the Kings but teams across the MJHL and Canada.
This year with all the physical distancing guidelines set in place by the Provincial Government, the capacity at Credit Union Place is currently right around 600. The best way to secure your seat for the 2020-21 season is by getting Kings Season Tickets!
Right now there are about 100 walk up tickets available for each regular season game, however, as Season Tickets are sold that number will decrease. The Kings are also no longer selling Flex Packs for the season. Everyone who has purchased a Flex Pack will be given 10 or 30 vouchers to redeem at the Speedy Glass South Ticket Office before every Kings home game.
The safety of the fans, staff and the players is the number one priority of the Kings and the Manitoba Junior Hockey League so we will be following the guidelines set in place by the Provincial Government, Dauphin Rec Services and the MJHL.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When will tickets be on sale before each game?
During the regular season the ticket office will open at 6:30pm.
Do I have to wear a mask in the arena?
Yes, but once you are in your seat you may take it off. If you get up to get food, go to the washroom or anything else it is mandatory you wear a mask at this time.
All fans must use the self-assessment tool before attending games, and if feeling unwell, please stay home!
If you have an assigned seat, please remain in that seat. There is no standing at this time.
Capacity in Credit Union Place will be strictly monitored.
Fans on the concourse should be moving except when at the concessions, washrooms or exiting the building.
Fans should remain in their seats during intermissions, except for moving directly to a washroom, concession or when exiting the facility.
Fans are encouraged to socially distanced themselves from people outside their household.