Columbus Cottonmouths Tickets
Nothing can match the anticipation and thrill of a live ice hockey match. Ice hockey fans are always craving for a chance to see their favorite teams play right in front of their eyes. Now, you have the opportunity to catch your favorite team, the Columbus Cottonmouths live in action! Based in Columbus, Georgia, the Columbus Cottonmouths are a professional American team of ice hockey. Their home arena is the Columbus Civic Center and they are part of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Nicknamed as the Snakes, this immensely talented team is ready to bring on their A game and you better not miss it! Find your tickets to this outstanding game right here with us, and have a ball!
The Columbus Cottonmouths were founded in1996. They started playing in the Central Hockey League along with the Nashville Nighthawks and the Macon Whoopee as expansion teams. These teams were planned to be a part of the Southern Hockey League before it closed down in 1996. They joined the Memphis RiverKings along with the Huntsville Channel Cats and with the other expansion teams, started the Eastern Division of the CHL in the season of 1996-97. They gained victory in the CHL championship in 1998, beating the Wichita Thunder. The Cottonmouths managed to reach the playoffs of the CHL all five seasons in a row. In 2001, the CHL and the Western Professional Hockey League joined up. This resulted in the Cottonmouths obtaining entrance in the East Coast Hockey League. Later, Hampton Roads Admirals ECHL franchise was bought by DVA Sports and relocated it to Columbus with the logo and name of the Columbus Cottonmouths .
The Cottonmouths played in the ECHL from the year 2001 to 2004, with Jerome Bechard, their old captain and Bruce Garber, their head coach . The team did not manage to land themselves in the playoffs even once in all the seasons in which they played with the ECHL. When they were playing the 2nd season in the ECHL, their coach resigned. For the rest of the season, the team was taken over by General Manager Phil Roberto. The last season of the team proved to be their best one in the ECHL. Before their 2003-2004 season, they announced Brian Curran as their new coach. They finished with a record of 27-27-8 which was the highest record by a team in that season outside the playoffs.
The Southern Professional Hockey League has the Columbus Cottonmouths as its members since 2004. Headed by the hockey legend Jerome Bechard as their coach, the team gained victory in the inaugural SPHL championship in the April of 2005. They won a playoff game beating the Fayetteville FireAntz by 4-2. Then, they knocked down the Knoxville Ice Bears and advanced to the finals of the league. They secured victory opposite the Macon Trax with two consecutive wins, finishing the game with a win of 3-2. The Cottonmouths' win finished a postseason which remained undefeated, gaining triumph in no less than five of the games with no defeat in even one of the games.
The team ended the season in 2006 with the second-best record but the Huntsville Havoc threw them out in the playoff game by 2-1. The Cottonmouths gained victory in 2007 in the SPHL Commissioner's Cup and became the team having the highest record of the season, but were defeated in the playoff game by the Jacksonville Barracudas. The Barracudas managed to win three games while the Cottonmouths won only one of the games. The uniform colors of the team are blue, black and gold and their owners are Wanda Amos and Jacob Amos. The team has managed to win several trophies such as the Adams Cup in the 1997-1998 season, William "Bill" Levins Memorial Cup in the same season, the President's Cup in the 2004-2005 season and the Commissioner's Cup in the same season. They have also won the Eastern Division Cup three times, once in the 1997-1998 season, then in the1999-2000 season and then again in the 2000-2001 season. The goaltenders of the team are Ian Vigier and Chad Rycroft. Some of the best players of the team include Craig Stahl, Matt Ponto, Tyler Johnson, Steve Jenson, Michael George and Sam Bowles.
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Columbus Cottonmouths Tickets Prices
The average price for Columbus Cottonmouths Tickets start from $28. The minimum get in price is $23 for Columbus Cottonmouths Tickets at the Macon Centreplex, Macon. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Macon Mayhem vs. Columbus Cottonmouths||Macon||26-Nov-16||$28||$24|
|Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Peoria Rivermen||Columbus||2-Dec-16||$34||$27|
|Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Peoria Rivermen||Columbus||3-Dec-16||$34||$27|
|Evansville Thunderbolts vs. Columbus Cottonmouths||Evansville||9-Dec-16||$34||$25|
|Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Macon Mayhem||Columbus||16-Dec-16||$30||$29|
|Macon Mayhem vs. Columbus Cottonmouths||Macon||17-Dec-16||$28||$23|
|Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Pensacola Ice Flyers||Columbus||23-Dec-16||$30||$29|
|Huntsville Havoc vs. Columbus Cottonmouths||Huntsville||27-Dec-16||$34||$23|
|Pensacola Ice Flyers vs. Columbus Cottonmouths||Pensacola||30-Dec-16||$49||$45|
|Columbus Cottonmouths vs. Pensacola Ice Flyers||Columbus||31-Dec-16||$29||$27|
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