The El Paso Rhinos want to thank the El Paso community for their support this season and they’re doing that by offering FREE admission for their next few games!

The team’s NA3HL team will be hosting the first round of Fraser Cup Playoffs this Saturday and Sunday.

The Rhinos will take on the second-place Oklahoma City Ice Hawks. The winner of that series will head to the second round of playoffs and play the winner of the Texas Brahmas-Texas RoadRunners series.

Fans who want to head out to one or all of the games can plan on heading out and enjoying the game for free because…that’s what happens when you show support for local sporting events! You get free things!

Rhino’s players will be rocking St. Patrick’s themed jerseys for all three games and those jerseys will be auctioned off between 9 am on Friday and noon on Sunday.

If you’ve never been to a Rhinos game well I’ll give you a heads up and let you know that you should definitely bundle up so you can enjoy the game without freezing. If you’re like me and you get cold very easily then I would highly recommend taking a blanket with you!

*UPDATE* Friday's game has been postponed. Game one and two will be played on Saturday and Sunday.

The puck drop happens at 7 pm Saturday and doors will open an hour before game time.

If a game is necessary for Sunday then you can expect the puck drop to happen at 4:30 pm.


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