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NCAA.com | March 4, 2014

Single-session tickets on sale for Frozen Four

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Single session tickets for the 2014 NCAA Men's Frozen Four at the Wells Fargo Center on Thursday, April 10 and Saturday, April 12, are now on sale exclusively through ComcastTIX, online at NCAA.com/FrozenFour, by phone at 1-800-298-4200, or in person at Wells Fargo Center box office.

Fans will now have the opportunity to purchase tickets on an individual basis by session. Session 1 will include one ticket to the two semifinal games on Thursday, April 10 at 5 and 8:30 p.m. Session 2 will include one ticket to the National Championship game on Saturday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m.

This year marks the first time that the tournament will be held in Philadelphia and only the second NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Championship held in the state of Pennsylvania, following the 2013 NCAA Men’s Frozen Four at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh.

The Frozen Four is one the NCAA’s premier championships, bringing thousands of visitors from nationwide. The Eastern College Athletic Conference and ECAC Hockey will serve as the host institutions for the 2014 tournament.

The Wells Fargo Center has hosted a number of successful NCAA Tournament events, including the 2000 Women’s Final Four, the 2001 Division I Men’s Basketball East Regional, the 2006 Division I Men’s Basketball First and Second Rounds, the 2009 NCAA Men’s Basketball first and second rounds, the 2011 NCAA Wrestling Championships, and most recently the 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Second and Third Rounds.

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