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Topeka ScareCrows Hockey After three years as a professional team in the Central Hockey League, the Topeka ScareCrows are now in the United States Hockey League. The Crows compete against 12 other teams in this developmental league aimed at helping young players perfect their game a bit more before moving on to NCAA- or professional-level hockey. Home games are at Landon Arena, which will comfortably seat 8,000 fans for hockey. The action will be fast, furious, and affordable.




Admission: $7-$15.
Hours: October through March
Address: Landon Arena at One Expocentre Drive
Phone: 785-23-CROWS
Our Website:www.topekascarecrows.com/
Tickets for the season, groups and individual games are available.

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