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Chicago Blackhawks Regular Season Tickets Go On Sale Monday

By Keith Schultz
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Chicago Blackhawks regular season single game tickets go on sale monday at 10am! 

If the summer heat has wore you out this year, some relief is in site and we aren’t talking about the 10 day extended forecast.

The relief in sight is the fact that Chicago Blackhawks single game tickets for the regular season go on sale this Monday at 10am.  Besides Vesey watch, this is about all the excitement we get to have during the month of August when talking about the Chicago Blackhawks.

As we all know by now the Chicago Blackhawks open up the regular season on home ice against the St. Louis Blues on Wednesday October 12th.  We are 55 short days away from the opening of the Chicago Blackhawks 2016-2017 season.

While looking at the Chicago Blackhawks home schedule, they play over half of their home games on the weekends with another long list of home dates on Sunday with 13 home appearances on Sunday.  They also play 6 Friday home dates and 3 Saturdays at the United Center for 22 home games on the weekend which makes it family friendly for sure.

The home games on Sunday will make Pat Foley happy because they are the great 6pm start while games during the rest of the week unless they are changed by National TV appearances will start at 7:30pm

The Chicago Blackhawks will have 4 separate 4 game home stands with only 2 long road trips which is the normal. This also will be the first year where teams will get an entire week off during the regular season which will really give us bloggers a week to fill when we are usually talking about game preview and recaps.

If your looking to get single game tickets and want to make sure you secure them, make sure you have a plan on Monday morning!  Pick games that most fans aren’t going to be as interested in, such as the Detroit Red Wings home game will sell out quickly, but games against the Winnipeg Jets probably will be easier to secure.

The best part of all of this is the fact that the Chicago Blackhawks will be back on the ice soon.  Of course to get tickets the Chicago Blackhawks are using their normal options.

Chicagoblackhawks.com or calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000.

The season is going to be here sooner than later, and if you want to see the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center Monday is a pretty big day!

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