MARINERS BOLSTER BLUE LINE, SIGNING DUQUETTE

PORTLAND, ME – August 31, 2021 – The Mariners continue to build their 2021-22 roster, announcing the signing of defenseman Marc-Olivier Duquette on Tuesday. Duquette has been in the ECHL since the 2019-20 season, most of his time spent with the Wheeling Nailers.

Like forward Pascal Laberge, who signed last week, Duquette hails from Chateauguay, Quebec and played his junior hockey in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. With the Gatineau Olympiques, he was teammates with Laberge and former Mariners defenseman Marc-Olivier Crevier-Morin and goaltender Francois Brassard. Duquette was with the Olympiques from 2014-2016, but only appeared in five games.

In the summer of 2016, Duquette was traded from Gatineau to the Drummondville Voltigeurs, where he’d cross paths with another eventual Mariner: forward Morgan Adams-Moisan. Duquette got a lot of playing time for the Voltigeurs, skating in 68 games in both the 2016-17 and 2017-18 seasons, and 50 more in 2018-19, his final year of juniors. While more of a stay-at-home defenseman, Duquette posted 21 or more points each season, with a career high seven goals in his last year.

Duquette turned pro in 2019-20, and appeared in four games for the Fort Wayne Komets, with no points or penalty minutes. He was dealt to Wheeling in late October of 2019, and skated in 39 games for the Nailers, scoring two goals and five assists. Duquette returned to Wheeling for the 2020-21 season, but only played in one game.

Duquette is 23 years old and brings size to the team at 6’4, 201 pounds. He joins Brycen Martin, Connor Doherty, and Nate Kallen on the Mariners defense corps. In addition to that group, the Mariners have announced the signings of four forwards to date. Click here to view the current roster.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

MARINERS NAME BRIAN MCQUEEN EQUIPMENT MANAGER

PORTLAND, ME – August 30, 2021 – The Maine Mariners announced on Monday that they have named Brian McQueen to the position of Equipment Manager. McQueen follows Jake Rogers, who recently accepted a job in the American Hockey League as assistant equipment manager of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.

McQueen comes to the Mariners from the Knoxville Ice Bears of the Southern Professional Hockey League, where he spent three seasons: from 2018-2021. He was named SPHL “Equipment Manager of the Year” in 2020. Mark Riepe, who was the Mariners equipment manager in the inaugural season of 2018-19 is also a previous winner of that award, receiving it in 2018 with the Peoria Rivermen.

This move marks a homecoming of sorts for McQueen, who is originally from Boston, MA.

“I’m excited to get started in Maine as it brings me back to the east coast and brings me to a new experience moving up from the SPHL,” said McQueen. “I’m looking forward to bringing what I have to offer to the organization and being a part of a staff that’s built on success.”

McQueen has previous ECHL experience as Assistant Equipment Manager with the Kansas City Mavericks in 2018. He earned a master’s degree from the University of Central Missouri, where he served as an Intramural Graduate Assistant and Marketing/Facilities Intern and Supervisor and UCM’s Student Recreation and Wellness Center. He also worked six years as a security offer for the Kansas City Chiefs.

McQueen will become the third equipment manager in Mariners history, following in the footsteps of Mark Riepe (2018-19) and Jake Rogers (2019-20) who are now both working in the AHL.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

MARINERS SIGN FORMER NHL DRAFT PICK PASCAL LABERGE

PORTLAND, ME – August 24, 2021 – The Mariners announced the signing of former Philadelphia Flyers draft pick Pascal Laberge on Tuesday. A forward, Laberge was selected in the second round of the 2016 NHL Draft, and played his first three professional seasons in the Flyers organization.

The 23-year-old from Chateauguay, Quebec, has spent parts of the last four seasons with the Flyers American Hockey League affiliates, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. In 2020-21, Laberge appeared in 14 games for the Phantoms and scored three goals with one assist. He split the 2019-20 season between the Phantoms and the Reading Royals of the ECHL. In 23 games with Lehigh Valley, he scored seven goals and added three assists. With Reading, he registered 12 points (six goals, six assists) in 24 contests.

Laberge made his professional debut with the Phantoms at the end of the 2017-18 season, appearing in two games. He scored his first pro goal during the following season of 2018-19, skating in a total of 15 contests. Laberge has accumulated 54 career games at the AHL level and 24 in the ECHL.

Before turning pro, Laberge played four seasons in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League, where he was the 2nd overall pick in 2014 by the Gatineau Olympiques. Throughout his QMJHL career, Laberge would spend time with three different organizations. He was traded from Gatineau to the Victoriaville Tigres midway through the 2014-15 campaign and would remain there for the next two and a half seasons. The 2015-16 season with Victoriaville was Laberge’s best offensively, as he posted 68 points (23 goals, 45 assists) in 56 games. He added five points (two goals, three assists) in five playoff games. Laberge was dealt again in his final year in the QMJHL, going from Victoriaville to the Quebec Remparts.

In the 2016 NHL Entry Draft, Laberge had his named called early in the second round, as the Flyers selected him 36th overall.

“Signing a player of Pascal’s caliber is great for our hockey team,” said Mariners Head Coach Ben Guite. “He’s someone that makes plays and that can put the puck in the back of the net while playing a solid, rugged 200-foot game. He fits exactly how we want to build our team in Maine, and he will be looked upon to show the way to less experienced players and be leaned on for crucial playing time.”

The Mariners have now announced eight players on the 2021-22 roster, five forwards and three defensemen. Click here to view the current roster.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

CELEBRATE YOUR HALF-BIRTHDAY WITH THE MARINERS!

PORTLAND, ME – August 18, 2021 – The Maine Mariners are offering a unique solution to young fans whose birthdays don’t necessarily match up with hockey season. For the 2021-22 season, all Mariners birthday packages feature the option of celebrating a half-birthday – approximately six months before or after their actual birthday.

Mariners birthday parties have become a popular way for young hockey fans in Maine to celebrate their big day on a game night at the Cross Insurance Arena. Unfortunately, with the hockey season running from October through April, many fans with spring, summer, and early fall birthdays don’t have the opportunity.

“We don’t want to leave summer birthdays out in the cold,” said Adam Goldberg, Mariners Vice President of Business Operations. “This is a fun way to let kids with summer birthdays enjoy some of the excitement that kids with hockey-season birthdays have always enjoyed. Kids celebrating their half birthday at a Mariners game will receive two halves of pizza to share with friends, an autographed puck that has been cut in half, and will be sung half of the birthday song. We are always looking for a good reason to celebrate our young fans, and this will help ensure that nobody misses out.”

The Mariners will offer three tiers of birthday packages this season: Rookie, All-Star, and Hall of Fame. All three packages include the “rookie” perks of: a minimum of 10 tickets, a pizza party voucher for each attendee, a birthday card signed by a Mariners player, a Happy Birthday message on the video board, and an in-seat visit from Beacon the Puffin, the Mariners mascot.

The All-Star package also includes a replica jersey for the birthday child and the Hall of Fame level package includes a jersey, a personalized video message from a Mariners player, a high-five tunnel experience for the party, and a rendition of “Happy Birthday” sung by all the fans in attendance that night.

Half-birthdays will feature most of the same amenities – just with some items “cut in half,” such as their pizza and birthday song. In place of the birthday card, half-birthday celebrators will receive an autographed half of a hockey puck.

For $50, fans can put down a deposit in order to reserve a date for a birthday or half-birthday celebration. In addition, they can email mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com or call 833-GO-MAINE to speak to a sales representative. More information can be found on the Mariners website, here.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

ROMANO AND DESBIENS RETURN TO MAINE

PORTLAND, ME – August 17, 2021 – Andrew Romano and Jonathan Desbiens were both hoping to make their professional debuts for the Mariners in 2020-21. Unfortunately for both forwards, the pandemic didn’t give them the chance, but the Mariners announced on Tuesday that Romano and Desbiens have again signed in Maine for the 2021-22 season.

Romano, 26, led all NCAA DIII players in scoring during his junior and senior seasons at SUNY Geneseo (Geneseo, NY). During his junior year in 2018-19, he posted 52 points (10 goals, 42 assists) in 29 games. Amazingly, he outdid himself as a senior in 2019-20, registering 56 points (14 goals, 42 assists) in 27 games. He was also the nation’s top assist producer both years.

In total, Romano registered 171 points in 112 career games at Geneseo, averaging more than 1.5 points per game. He racked up accolades in his time there and was twice named an AHCA (American Hockey Coaches Association) All-American, making second team as a junior and first team as a senior. The Ice Knights had an 84-18-10 record in Romano’s four seasons, as he suited up in every single game, and helped lead them to three consecutive conference titles from 2018-2020. The Drexel Hill, PA native is the 2nd all-time leading scorer in program history.

Last fall, Romano played for two different teams Southern Professional Hockey League, following the Mariners pandemic-related season cancellation. He suited up in 11 games for the Huntsville Havoc, scoring three goals with two assists. He then joined the Macon Mayhem and scored four goals and added seven assists in 26 games. With Macon, Romano also appeared in two playoff games, and was a teammate of defenseman Nate Kallen, who re-signed with the Mariners last week.

Jonathan Desbiens is a 25-year-old forward from Montreal, QC, who played NCAA DI hockey at Bentley University (Waltham, MA). He was a steady point producer for the Falcons, putting up at least 20 points all four seasons, and reaching 30 as both a junior and a senior. Desbiens racked up a total of 102 points (49 goals, 53 assists) in 139 career college games. In 2018-19 as a junior, he was an Atlantic Hockey Third Team All-Conference selection.

Desbiens was a star in the British Columbia Hockey League, where he played two seasons for the West Kelowna Warriors. The 2015-16 season was his breakout campaign, as he put up 83 points in 58 games (44 goals, 39 assists), leading the Warriors and finishing sixth in the league scoring race. West Kelowna went on to win the BCHL Championship, as well as the RBC Cup (Canadian Junior A National Championship). Desbiens led all BCHL players in playoff goals, with 15.

The Mariners have now announced seven players on the 2021-22 roster. Romano and Desbiens join the forward group with Greg Chase and Nick Master. Defenseman that have been announced so far include Brycen Martin, Connor Doherty, and Nate Kallen. Click here to view the current roster.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

MARINERS BRING BACK MASTER, KALLEN

PORTLAND, ME – August 10, 2021 – The Maine Mariners announced two more additions to their 2021-22 roster on Tuesday, signing forward Nick Master and defenseman Nate Kallen. Both players were rookies on the Mariners in 2019-20 and spent the 2020-21 season playing in the Southern Professional Hockey League.

Master is a 26-year-old forward from Broomall, PA, who joined the Mariners at the end of the 2018-19 season; debuting on March 24th, 2019. He was immediately productive, putting up seven points in eight games. He began his Maine career with a four-game point streak and scored his first professional goal on March 30th, 2019 at Adirondack. Master then re-signed with the Mariners for 2019-20, but played in just six games before suffering a season-ending wrist injury.

Nick was slated to return to Maine for 2020-21 before the Mariners opted out of the season due to the pandemic. He spent the season in the SPHL with the Knoxville Ice Bears instead, appearing in 36 games, with eight goals and 18 assists.

Master played his college hockey at UMass-Lowell, where he skated in 150 games over four years, with 21 goals and 47 assists. Prior to college, he played in the USHL with the Cedar Rapids Roughriders and Tri-City Storm. In the 2014-15 season with the Storm, Master posted 42 points in 56 regular season games, followed by seven points in as many playoff contests.

Nate Kallen, 23, made his professional debut for the Mariners right before the COVID-19 pandemic began. The defenseman joined Maine from Ferris State University in early March 2020 and appeared in three games before the season was halted. In 2020-21, Kallen got four more ECHL games under his belt, suiting up for the Rapid City Rush. He played most of the season with the SPHL’s Macon Mayhem, and posted impressive numbers: 19 points in 25 games. The defenseman scored four goals while adding 19 assists for Macon. He also played in four playoff games.

Kallen was the captain for Ferris State in his senior season of 2019-20, after serving as alternate captain as a junior. He was a staple in the Bulldogs lineup for all four of his collegiate seasons, playing at least 35 games in all four, and putting up productive offensive numbers. As a junior in 2018-19, he posted 24 points (7 goals, 17 assists) in 36 games, finishing third on the team. As a senior in 19-20, his 16 points (6 goals, 10 assists) was good for second on the club.

Kallen was named to the Ferris State “All-Decade team” in December of 2019, the only active member of the program at the time to earn the distinction. With 20 goals, Kallen led all Bulldog defensemen in goals between 2010 and 2020. In the 2017-18 season, Kallen also made the WCHA All-Academic team.

Master and Kallen join forward Greg Chase and defensemen Brycen Martin and Connor Doherty on the announced 2021-22 roster.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

BEN GUITE NAMED MARINERS HEAD COACH

PORTLAND, ME – August 3, 2021 – The Maine Mariners are proud to announce former University of Maine National Champion Ben Guite as the second head coach in team history. Guite takes over for Riley Armstrong, who accepted a position as an assistant coach with the American Hockey League’s Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Additionally, Terrence Wallin has been named the new assistant coach of the Mariners.

“We are thrilled to bring on Ben as the second head coach in Mariners history,” said Danny Briere, Mariners President and Governor. “He has a wealth of experience in professional hockey from his playing career, and an established connection with the state of Maine as both a player and a coach. His ability to recruit talent will translate well to the ECHL and we look forward to Ben helping us continue to build on the winning culture we’ve established here.”

Guite, 43, was a part of the University of Maine men’s hockey coaching staff from 2013-2021, originally as an assistant. For the past four seasons, he served as associate head coach. Following the tragic death of Black Bears Head Coach Red Gendron in April, Guite was named interim head coach. The Mariners will be his first professional coaching opportunity, and his first as a head coach.

“It’s a huge honor to be able to be a head coach in the ECHL,” said Guite. “I am very thankful for Danny showing the confidence in selecting me as head coach and to Riley for making the transition seamless with the players and helping in securing the best possible team for our fans for the upcoming season.”

“It’s a new and exciting challenge, being a head coach in one of the top developmental leagues in the world,” added Guite. “This is a great opportunity to work hand in hand with the Bruins and their prospects. I am really looking forward to work with and help move our players up while providing our fans championship caliber hockey.”

A former center, Guite also played for UMaine from 1996-2000, winning the National Championship with the Black Bears in 1999. The following season, he was named assistant captain, and led the team with 22 goals. Drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in 1997, Guite went on to enjoy a 13-year professional career. He made his NHL debut with the Boston Bruins during the 2005-06 season, and also played for the Colorado Avalanche and Nashville Predators. In total, he appeared in 174 career NHL games, scoring 19 goals, 26 assists, and registering 97 penalty minutes.

Guite also brings familiarity with the Mariners new AHL affiliate, the Providence Bruins. He played two full seasons with the P-Bruins from 2004-2006, helping them on a run to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2005. Other AHL organizations Guite played for include the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, Cincinnati Mighty Ducks, Albany River Rats, Milwaukee Admirals, Springfield Falcons, and Worcester Sharks. He has just under 600 career AHL games under his belt. Guite’s first year as a pro was spent in the ECHL, with the Tallahassee Tiger Sharks in 2000-01.

Guite is a native of LaSalle, Quebec. He and his wife, Kristen – Portland native, have two sons: Patrick and Maxime.

The first addition to Guite’s staff will be Terrence Wallin, who retires after a five-year professional playing career, the last two serving as an alternate captain of the Mariners. Wallin was the team’s co-leader in goals in 2019-20, scoring 23, a career high.

Late in the offseason of 2018, the Mariners acquired Wallin from the Adirondack Thunder in exchange for defenseman Matias Cleland. It was the first trade in Mariners franchise history. The move brought Wallin closer to family. Although he’s a native of Yardley, PA, Wallin has Maine roots in Kennebunk. In two seasons, he accumulated 73 points, including 34 goals – ranking him 2nd in both categories on the franchise career leaderboards. He also holds the top franchise career marks in shots on goal (302) and game-winning goals. (9)

“Getting this job means a ton to me,” said Wallin. “I have loved this game my whole life and given everything to it, so being rewarded with this opportunity is huge. This will be a great experience working under two great hockey minds like Danny and Ben. It will be a welcomed adjustment from playing because in the long run, coaching is something that I am very passionate about.”

Although he’ll be making his coaching debut this season, the 29-year-old Wallin has plenty of experience teaching the game. He founded “Evolution Hockey” in 2019, teaching skill development to players of all ages through his Maine-based hockey camps. Wallin has expanded his program into a Gorham-based youth hockey travel program, the Maine Evolution. Wallin replaces Anthony Bohn on the coaching staff, who departed the Mariners after the 2019-20 season, and is now the head coach of the El Paso Rhinos of the North American Hockey League.

“Although he’s decided to retire from playing, we’re glad Terrence is staying in the Mariners family,” said Briere. “After seeing his leadership as our alternate captain the past two seasons, we know he will make a seamless transition into coaching. What he’s done with his youth hockey program in just a few years is remarkable and he will help us bridge the gap with the arrival of a new head coach.”

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.

RILEY ARMSTRONG LANDS AHL COACHING JOB

PORTLAND, ME – August 2, 2021 – The Lehigh Valley Phantoms of the American Hockey League announced on Monday that they have hired Riley Armstrong as an assistant coach. Armstrong departs as the head coach and assistant general manager of the Mariners after three years, having been named the first head coach in franchise history in February of 2018. The Mariners will announce their new head coach on Tuesday morning.

“I’d like to thank Riley for his hard work and dedication in helping get the Mariners off the ground and leading us to two winning seasons,” said Danny Briere, Mariners President and Governor. “His track record of moving players to the next level speaks for itself and his rise to the AHL is well earned. We’re excited to watch his career continue to advance.”

Armstrong, 36, led the Mariners to a 69-58-5-2 record though their first two ECHL seasons, finishing with winning records in each year. In August of 2019, between the first and second season, he was promoted to assistant general manager, on top of his duties as head coach. After missing the postseason by just two points in 2018-19, the team was on pace for their first playoff appearance in 2019-20, but the pandemic cut the regular season short and cancelled the postseason. The Mariners did not play in 2020-21, but Armstrong helped the team remain active in the community, hosting the Armstrong Skills Competition, which raised over $3,500 for local businesses and non-profits.

Through Armstrong’s time as head coach of the Mariners, many players saw advancements in their careers. Goaltender Connor LaCouvee earned an AHL contract midway through his rookie season of 2018-19. Forward Ty Ronning went from limited AHL ice time to the team lead in goals for the Hartford Wolf Pack in 2020-21. Defenseman Sean Day spent the 2020-21 season in the AHL as well, with the Syracuse Crunch. Forwards Terrence Wallin, Alex Kile, and Dillan Fox all earned AHL call ups, despite being on ECHL contracts. The same was said for defensemen Zach Tolkinen.

“First, I would like to thank Paul Holmgren and Danny Briere for believing in me and trusting me to hire me as the first head coach of the Mariners,” said Armstrong. “I would also like to thanks the players for wanting to come play in the city of Portland and trusting the process. I’d also like to thank the fans for their support with a brand new franchise and now bigger things to come in the future. My family and I have met so many good people in the city.”

Before becoming head coach of the Mariners, Armstrong was the Assistant Coach for the ECHL’s Wheeling Nailers from 2016-18. He delved into coaching immediately following a 12-year playing career, in which he played at all three levels of North American professional hockey, and also in Europe.

A forward, Armstrong spent most of his playing career in the San Jose Sharks organization. He appeared in two NHL games during the 2008-09 season. Armstrong is very familiar with the AHL, having played 404 career games with the Cleveland Barons, Worcester Sharks, Abbotsford Heat, Grand Rapids Griffins, Binghamton Senators, and Hamilton Bulldogs.

The Lehigh Valley Phantoms are the top affiliate of the Philadelphia Flyers, based in Allentown, PA. They were previously known as the “Philadelphia Phantoms” and the “Glens Falls Phantoms,” until arriving in Allentown in 2014. They recently named Ian Laperriere the fourth head coach in franchise history.

Riley will become the 43rd active AHL coach (12 head coaches, 31 assistant coaches) to come from the ECHL. There are currently 45 NHL coaches (four head coaches, 41 assistant coaches) with ECHL backgrounds.

Joining Armstrong in Lehigh Valley is Equipment Manager Jake Rogers, who will be the new assistant equipment manager for the Phantoms. Rogers has been the Mariners equipment manager since 2019 and was the assistant to Mark Riepe (now with the Hartford Wolf Pack) during the Mariners inaugural season of 2018-19. Rogers, 29, has a long history of involvement with Portland’s professional sports teams. He was originally a bat boy and clubhouse attendant for the Portland Sea Dogs between the years of 2008-2010. He became involved with Portland pro hockey when he served as a locker room attendant for the Portland Pirates in the 2009-10 season. The Mariners have already filled Rogers’ position as well.

The Mariners will announce their new coaching staff on Tuesday morning.

The Mariners are now proud affiliates of the Boston Bruins and begin their 2021-22 season, presented by Hannaford To Go on October 22nd, with the home opener against the Worcester Railers, sponsored by Skowhegan Savings. The full schedule can be found here. Full season, half season, 12-game mini plans, and 10-ticket flex plans, as well as group tickets are available now. Single game tickets will go on sale on September 29th. More information on current ticketing options is available by calling 833-GO-MAINE, emailing mariners-sales@comcastspectacor.com, or by visiting MarinersOfMaine.com.