Sioux City Musketeers Tickets

The Sioux City Musketeers is an American junior ice hockey team, a member of the US Hockey League. It is a member of the West Division and was founded in 1972. Its home arena is the Tyson Events Center with its official colors being gold and green. It is a franchise owned by Donn Lux, Craig Woodcroft and Lloyd Newy. Its general manager is Brett Larson, who is also the team’s head coach. One of the best Tier 1 junior ice hockey teams around, many buy Sioux City Musketeers tickets to see its games live.

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Many of their players have gone on to play for NHL franchises. This includes renowned player such as John Grahame, Billy Tibbetts, Rostislav Klesla, David Hale, Ruslan Fedotenko, Sam Gagner, John Zeiler, Chris Butler, Max Pacioretty, Dieter Kochan, Tim Kennedy, Stephane Da Costa, Corey Elkins and Steven Kampfer. Twenty five of its players, added to the aforementioned, have been selected by NHL teams in the NHL Draft, with many during the first round.
Sioux City Musketeers have been selected during the NHL Drafy include Phil DeSimone, Max Pacioretty, Seth Helgeson, Steve Quailer and Max McCormick, amongst many more. During its career in the USHL, this team has won many titles. In 1976 it was ranked first in the league, followed by second the next year and first the following year. In 1982, it was again ranked first in the league, winning both the Clark Cup and the Anderson Cup. The following year, it ranked second overall.
In 1986, the team again ranked first in the USHL, this time not only winning the Anderson Cup and the Clark Cup, both for the second time, but also the Gold Cup. In 1993, the team was a runner–up for the National Championship, a feat accomplished again in 1996. In 2002, the team won the Clark Cup and two years later, became the West Division Playoff Champions as well as the Clark Cup Runner–Up. It is therefore hardly a surprise that many cheap Sioux City Musketeers tickets are sold each year for its games.