RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – The Carolina Hurricanes game scheduled for Friday night at PNC Arena is still on, according to Hurricanes officials.
The Hurricanes said in a release that Friday night’s game against the New York Rangers will still be played at 7 p.m. at PNC in Raleigh.
Since North Carolina is currently under a State of Emergency, the Hurricanes are offering a ticket exchange for fans who feel uncomfortable traveling to PNC Arena for tonight’s game. Fans may exchange their tickets to Friday’s game for comparable seats to one of the following six contests:
• Sunday, Jan. 24 vs. Calgary
• Tuesday, Feb. 16 vs. Winnipeg
• Sunday, Feb. 21 vs. Tampa Bay
• Tuesday, March 8 vs. Ottawa
• Sunday, March 27 vs. New Jersey
• Thursday, March 31 vs. New York Rangers
All ticket exchanges must take place at the PNC Arena Box Office during normal box office hours. The Hurricanes will also offer a special 25 percent snow-day discount on select items at their official team store, The Eye, to all fans in attendance at tonight’s game.
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