RALEIGH, NC – The game between the Carolina Hurricanes and Detroit Red Wings, which was originally scheduled to be played back on Monday night at PNC Arena in Raleigh, has been rescheduled for Monday, March 27th at PNC Arena. The game was postponed back on Monday due to issues with the cooling system that made it unplayable for both teams. The team also announced that fans that had tickets to the originally-scheduled date are acceptable for the new date, while fans that are unable to make it on that date can exchange their tickets at the PNC Arena Box Office for any of the Hurricanes remaining regular season games, with the exception of games on December 23rd and 30th and January 20th.
In addition, parking receipts and hang tags can also be exchanged for complimentary parking along with their tickets for any remaining Hurricanes regular season home game at PNC Arena, while Hurricanes STMs(Season Ticket Members) will receive a bonus voucher good for any Hurricanes home game(excluding December 23rd, 30th, and January 20th) in addition to the original ticket from the December 19th game being good to use for the make-up game on March 27th, which has been also designated as Season Ticket Member Appreciation night, including discounted concessions for all STMs.
Hurricanes STMs that have questions or concerns may call their Hurricanes ticket representatives at 1-866-NHL-CANES(645-2263), while individual-game ticket purchasers may contact the PNC Arena box office by calling 919-861-2323. The Carolina Hurricanes are home at PNC Arena tonight as they welcome in the Boston Bruins(7:30 p.m., FOX Sports Carolinas, Hurricanes Radio Network).