MUSKEGON, MI- The Muskegon Lumberjacks have announced that single-game tickets are now on sale for all 30 regular-season home games. Tickets can be purchased online through Star Tickets, at the LC Walker Arena box office, or over the phone. The box office is open Monday-Friday from 11:00am until 6:00pm, with extended hours for home games. The same hours apply to the box office phone line, which is 231-726-2400.
MUSKEGON, MI- The Muskegon Lumberjacks have announced their 2017-18 promotional schedule. The 13-game slate is headlined by Military Night on November 11th, Muskegon Fury night on November 25th, Star Wars night on January 13th, and Jacks Fight Cancer night on March 31st. The Jacks begin their promotional schedule with their home opener on October 13th, a night that features a magnetic schedule giveaway and a game against the defending champion Chicago Steel. Here is the full promotional schedule.
MUSKEGON, MI- The Muskegon Lumberjacks will host their first contest of the 2017-18 season this Saturday, September 16, and the game will be free of charge. The Jacks will play the newly-rebranded Central Illinois Flying Aces, formerly the Bloomington Thunder, at 7:15pm at LC Walker Arena. It will be Jacks fans' first opportunity to see the 2017-18 team that features ten returning players, as well as five more with USHL experience.
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Selecting a term
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