NORFOLK, VA — Norfolk Admirals Professional Hockey have released its 2022-23 promotional calendar and partial ticket plans. Four ticket plans of six games each feature the most extensive promotional calendar in recent Admirals seasons.
“The Admirals have not raised ticket prices, and the discounts for partial plans create a tremendous family value,” said Admirals President Billy Johnson. “We‘ve built the partial plans with, essentially, a-game-a-month approach that are very family-friendly and involve this season’s aggressive promotions calendar. We are excited to bring a new promotional energy to Scope Arena this upcoming season.”
The ticket plans are built so families can mix and match the plans for six, 12, 18, or 24 games this season, with each game having a promotion. The Admirals’ game and promotional schedules will put focus on families, Johnson said.
“Game times have been moved earlier to 6:05 PM on Saturdays,” Johnson said. “And weekdays are moved earlier to 7:05 PM.”
The season’s two Sunday games will be 3:05 PM matinees.
Promotions include knit beanie, t-shirt, beach towel, hockey puck, player card set, and hat giveaways to a pre-selected first number of paid admissions into Scope Arena. Popular themes like Pucks and Paws (Saturday, February 4) and Teddy Bear Toss (Friday, December 23) will return. A Regrettable Tattoo promotion makes its debut on April Fools weekend. The game on Thanksgiving Friday, November 25 will feature a special 6:05 PM puck drop.
Additionally, the Admirals will host four “Sing for Santa” nights. Area school youth choirs will participate in giant, combined caroling between periods of the games on Saturday and Sunday, December 10 and 11; and Friday and Saturday, December 16 and 17. School choirs can reserve discounted tickets by emailing email@example.com.
A full listing of the partial plans and promotions are listed below. Promotions, game dates, and game times may change without notice, the Admirals said.
2022-23 PARTIAL PLANS
Ticket buyers may combine any of these to create 6, 12, 18, or 24 game plans. Promotional giveaway quantities are to be announced on a later date.
PREMIUM PLAN A (best for: parents and families)
Fri, Oct 28 - Knit Beanies
Sat, Nov 26 - T-Shirts (ages under 18)
Fri, Dec 16 - Holiday Ornament
Sat, Jan 14 - Wine Tumblers (ages over 21)
Fri, Feb 17 - Youth Jersey (ages 12 and under)
Sat, Mar 18 - Beach Tote Bags
PREMIUM PLAN B (best for: parents and families)
Sat, Oct 29 - Knit Beanies
Fri, Nov 25 - T-Shirts (ages under 18)
Sat, Dec 17 - Holiday Ornament
Fri, Jan 13 - Wine Tumblers (ages over 21)
Sat, Feb 18 - Youth Jersey (ages 12 and under)
Fri, Mar 17 - Beach Tote Bags
PLAN C (best for: die-hard hockey fans)
Fri, Oct 21 - Opening Night / Soccer Scarf
Sat, Dec 10 - Logo Pucks
Sat, Feb 4 - Dog Dish Giveaway
Sat, Mar 4 - Hats (ages over 21)
Sat, Apr 1 - Regrettable Tattoo Night
Sat, Apr 8 - Closing Night / Team Photos
PLAN D (best for: community-minded)
Sun, Dec 11 - Logo Pucks
Fri, Dec 23 - Teddy Bear Toss
Fri, Feb 3 - Player Trading Card Sets
Fri, Mar 3 - Hats (ages over 21)
Fri, Mar 31 - Regrettable Tattoo Night
Fri, Apr 7 - Not For Profits Night
CLICK HERE TO INQUIRE ABOUT PARTIAL PLANS
About Norfolk Admirals Professional Hockey
Norfolk Admirals Professional Hockey is a member of the ECHL, the premier Double-A hockey league, and brings affordable, family entertainment to Hampton Roads and play its home games at Scope Arena in Norfolk, striving to contribute to Norfolk’s rich regional impact of entertainment, culture, and the arts. The Admirals are affiliated with the National Hockey League’s (NHL) Carolina Hurricanes and American Hockey League’s (AHL) Chicago Wolves. The Admirals have won three Kelly Cups (1991, 1992, 1998). The club transitioned to the AHL in 2000 and won the Calder Cup in 2012 while capturing 28 consecutive wins—still the record for the longest active streak in AHL history. The team rejoined the ECHL in 2015. Blake Cullen founded the Hampton Roads Admirals in 1989. Visit www.norfolkadmirals.com for more information.
The City of Norfolk’s SevenVenues serves to link Norfolk’s residents, visitors, and tourists to Norfolk’s rich cultural arts and entertainment community. Besides providing entertainment services, the City of Norfolk’s Department of Cultural Facilities, Arts and Entertainment is also responsible for the maintenance, repair, management, and operation of the City’s seven public assembly facilities which include: Scope Arena, Chrysler Hall, the Attucks Theatre, the Wells Theatre, Harrison Opera House, Harbor Park, and Open Air Events. To learn more, visit SevenVenues.com.