San Francisco, Calif. – The San Francisco Bulls Professional Hockey Team, proud affiliate of the San Jose Sharks, released its six-game mini-plan for the 2012-13 regular season. Seats start at $14.25 per game.
Featured in the six-game mini-plan is Opening Night on Friday, October 12. Get your chance to see professional hockey at the Cow Palace for the first time since 1996. Also included in the package are November 9, Bulls Hat Giveaway, November 17, Bulls Youth T-Shirt Giveaway, November 24, Player Tote Bag Giveaway, December 8, Holiday Stocking Giveaway and December 28, Bulls Adult T-Shirt Giveaway.
Six-game mini-plans are available at Box, Dress Circle, Upper Dress Circle and Seats on Goal levels. Half-season and 12-game mini-plans are also available. To purchase your mini-plans today or to get more information, call the SF Bulls office at 855-SF-BULLS (855-732-8557) or visit sfbulls.com/tickets/mini-plans.
About the San Francisco Bulls
The San Francisco Bulls Professional Hockey Team will officially take the ice as an expansion team of the ECHL on October 12. The Bulls are the ECHL affiliate of the NHL’s San Jose Sharks. The Bulls are part of the Western Conference of the ECHL, and will play a 72-game schedule with 36 home games to take place at the legendary Cow Palace. The ECHL’s Western Conference includes the following member teams and their NHL affiliates: Colorado Eagles (Winnipeg Jets), Idaho Steelheads (Dallas Stars), Utah Grizzlies (Calgary Flames), Ontario Reign (Los Angeles Kings), Stockton Thunder (Edmonton Oilers), Alaska Aces, Bakersfield Condors and Las Vegas Wranglers. For more information about The San Francisco Bulls, including Season Ticket opportunities and corporate partnerships, please visit http://sfbulls.com or call 415-469-9843.
About the ECHL:
The ECHL began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states. Today, the league has 23 teams in 16 states. The ECHL celebrates its 25th Anniversary in 2012-13 and is the third-longest tenured professional hockey league behind only the National Hockey League and the American Hockey League. The ECHL has had 234 players reach the NHL over the last seven seasons. It’s the primary developmental league for the NHL and the AHL. On opening day of the 2011-12 season, 83 former ECHL players were on NHL rosters. The ECHL teams are divided into the Eastern Conference and the Western Conference. All teams play a 72-game schedule. For more information please visit http://www.echl.com/