Ontario Reign Tickets
This season, Ontario Reigns
are looking to challenge Las Vegas Wranglers for the top spot in the Pacific Division. Reigns trailing by only one win, are looking strong and determined as they head into the rest of the EHCL season. With Head Coach Karl Taylor replaced by Jason Christie, and Mark Hardy joining in as assistant coach, the Reigns are looking to repeat their 2008-2009 season success. Although the team is going through a transitionary phase, Head Coach Jason Christie is confident that the new players will slide in without any trouble.
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Karl Taylor, who played a major role in Ontario Reigns Pacific Division win in the 2008-2009 seasons, took up position as Assistant Coach with the Chicago Wolves early this year. Having coached the team for three seasons he was able to make an appearance in the Kelly Cup playoffs. He finished second in John Brophy Award for EHCL Coach of the year, where he lost to Rick Kowalsky, Head Coach for the Trenton Titans. Jason Christie joined the Ontario Reigns with an impressive resume, having coached the Bloomington Prairie Thunder previously and voted as the CHL Coach of the Year for 2010-11.
The Ontario Reigns have a dynamic roster this year. The lineup has gone through some changes, which surprisingly has not affected the team’s performance. Darcey Kuemper, after being named the Reebok Hockey EHCL Goaltender of the week, was reassigned to join The Houston Aeros. Kuemper was replaced by Chris Carrozzi, who was playing for the Colorado Eagles previously. Other significant changes in the roster this season was the addition of Defenseman Chris Huxley and the transfer of Mike Montgomery to the AHL’s Icecaps.
Ontario Reigns tickets are going to be a hot commodity this season, as the Reigns forwards are more aggressive, with the defensemen able to dig in. The Reigns has a very loyal fan base, with attendance increasing every year. In the 2008-2009 seasons the total attendance was more than 210,000. Although the Reigns had a pretty average season in 2009-2010 the attendance grew by 20,000 and last season the attendance saw a significant increase with 10,000 more fans heading towards the ice rink. This year ticket sales are expected to go through the roof, with Ontario Reign hockey tickets in high demand.
Ontario Reigns will be putting on a great show for their fans this season, with an experienced defense and an aggressive offense. This put together with Head Coach Jason Christie’s experience will definitely be a formidable combination. Ontario Reigns President Justin Kemp praised Head Coach Jason Christie saying ‘Getting a coach of Jason's stature in such a short time frame is a major coup for this organization. He is a proven winner who has been successful in this type of situation before and one we feel will be able to step right in and help us achieve the goals we've set for ourselves. We're very excited to get this season underway and work toward bringing a Kelly Cup Championship to Ontario’. The Ontario Reins future fixtures promise to be exciting, entertaining and a great outing for the whole family.
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