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Girls Ice Hockey Sponsors 2-in-1 Ticket Fundraiser Featuring NJ Devils and Lady Rams at PruCenter

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Jaclyn Mars

RHS Girls Ice Hockey is sponsoring a 2-in-1 ticket fundraiser with the Prudential Center. The deal lets fans purchase a ticket that is good for two games at the Pru’s Main Ice Arena. The first game features the New Jersey Devils Vs. the Anaheim Ducks on Dec. 17, 2023, and the second features Randolph Girls Ice Hockey Vs. Madison on Jan. 4, 2024. Playing on the main ice at the Pru will go down as a historic first for the Randolph girls’ team.

A single ticket costs $70 and guarantees access to both games. Seats for Randolph fans are located in Sections 107 and 114 of the Main Ice Arena at the Prudential Center.

“The program could really benefit from the exposure of this event,” senior co-captain Steph Xhumba said. “Our hard work is finally being recognized in the hockey community.”

“This opportunity is such a special one for our team, and playing on a professional rink means a lot to everyone,” senior co-captain Joelle Yurchuck added. “It will definitely bring our team closer as we all get to share this experience, which will hopefully translate to the ice and improve our team chemistry.”

The Randolph Girls Ice Hockey program is growing faster than ever before, so the team hopes to see many Randolph fans in the stands to help bring some special Ram energy and spirit to the game.

To purchase tickets, click on this link: https://fevogm.com/event/RandolphvsMadisonOuting

About the Contributor
Jaclyn Mars, Campus Life Editor
Junior Jaclyn Mars is a Campus Life Editor for Rampage who has also written articles for TAPinto Randolph. She completed Mrs. Finnell's Journalism I class. Outside of writing for Rampage and TAP, Jaclyn is a member of the Bridges Outreach club. She also participates in the girls volleyball team and the girls ice hockey team for Randolph.  
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