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February 2018

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10 // 2018 OLYMPIC PREVIEW USAHOCKEYMAGAZINE.COM O LY M P I C N E W S & N O T E S Ticket To Ride, Slide Or Skate t's no secret that snagging tickets to an Olympic event can be as hard as winning an Olympic medal. But ticket sales in PyeongChang have been slower than they have been in past Olympics, particularly Salt Lake City or Vancouver, which means there are still tickets available for most men's and wom- en's hockey games, including the medal-round games. A quick search on PyeongChang.com shows that prices for the women's preliminary round games start at $18.83 and go up to $56.50. Men's preliminary round games run from $56.50 to $141. If you're determined to watch the men's or women's gold-medal game, you better have deep pockets. Tickets for the women's title game start at $141 and go up to $329.50. On the men's side, gold-medal tickets run from $282 to $847. For those closer to home, Cosport.com, the official ticket site of the 2018 Olympics, has ticket and transportation packages available. Another option for last minute spectators who just happen to be passing through South Korea is the secondary marketplace. However, tickets for medal-round games can go higher than three-times the original ticket price. At those prices, the best seat might just be in the comfort of your own living room. Can't make it to PyeongChang for the Olympics or Paralympics? No problem. USA Hockey Magazine will be there to get the scoop on all the fast-paced Olympic ice hockey action. Get frequent updates by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, along with in-depth news, notes and interviews at USAHockeyMagazine.com and player stats and recaps at TeamUSA.USAHockey.com. Don't forget to check out our daily contests and polls on the USA Hockey Magazine Facebook page for the chance to win USA Hockey prizes. Follow The Action SOOHORANG, a white tiger, is a symbol of trust, strength and protection in Korean mytholo- gy. BANDABI, an Asiatic black bear that is native to the Korean peninsula, is symbolic of strong will and courage. Soohorang is the official mascot of the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Winter Games while Bandabi is the mas- cot for the Paralympics. MEET THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC MASCOTS I Tickets for medal-round games can go higher than three-times the original ticket price. PUCK REP O RT

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