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Top 5 Reasons You Should Head to a Danbury Hat Tricks Game!

The Danbury Hat Tricks are quickly becoming a premier attraction in Fairfield County. A new professional hockey team based out of Danbury Arena, the newest members of the Federal Prospects Hockey League are the hottest ticket around.

Here are five reasons why you don’t want to miss the next Hat Tricks home game!

1. They’re the hottest team in the league

Danbury currently sits in first place in the Eastern Division, boasting 17 wins in 24 games. They recently set a Danbury professional hockey record for longest winning streak, rattling off 11 consecutive victories. They most recently completed a sweep of the reigning champion Carolina Thunderbirds, outscoring them 8-1 over two games.

2. It’s the best value for your entertainment dollar

Hat Tricks games are affordable, fun, family entertainment. Adult tickets are just $14, with children under 12 priced at $10. Not to mention the delicious food and drink available at the newly renovated Rabbit Hole bar and grill located in the main concourse!

3. Prizes every night

There’s never a dull moment at Danbury Arena, even when the players aren’t on the ice. During intermissions and breaks in the action, there’s plenty of interactive games and contests where fans can win cash prizes, merchandise, or other great deals like free wings from TK’s American Café. Whether it’s finding a chicken blindfolded or dressing in an inflatable bubble to play some soccer, you won’t be able to control your laughter!

4.  Meet and greet the players after every game

Win, lose or draw, the Hat Tricks are always available after every home game for special autograph and photo sessions. You can’t get closer to professional athletes than this!

5.  Where else can you see a rabbit in a top hat?

I mean, just look at that logo. How can you not fall in love with that? Grab some fresh merch and rep the Rabbits around town!

To purchase tickets for any game this season, please go to https://www.danburyhattricks.com/tickets

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