Lincoln Stars release 2020-21 schedule

The Stars will have 50 percent capacity at games this season.
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LINCOLN – The Lincoln Stars will begin their 25th season in the United States Hockey League with the inaugural Corn Cup, featuring the Tri-City Storm, the Omaha Lancers and your Lincoln Stars beginning on October 17th in Tri-City.

They will open USHL regular-season play on November 6th against the Fargo Force at Scheels Arena.

The 2020-21 regular-season schedule, which was released Tuesday, is made up of 54 games against Western Conference foes, including ten games against the Storm the Lancers, respectively.

Lincoln’s schedule will feature a homestand of six consecutive games at the Ice Box from January 23rd to February 6th.

Stars fans can buy season tickets for the 2020-21 season by calling our box office at 402-474-7827. View the assortment of benefits and exclusives only 7th Star members receive at LincolnStars.com/7thStar. Single-game and flex ticket packages are available now!

Due to the current government and USHL guidelines, the Ice Box is at 50 percent capacity! For more information regarding attendance during Stars games this season, please check out all of our COVID-19 protocols! 

2020-21 HOME SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS

Battle of the Biscuit Black and Blue Scrimmage (10/10):
Team Black and Team Blue will square off at the Ice Box in an intrasquad scrimmage. This game is FREE for 7th Stars members, but $5 for general admission. Tickets are available now!
Inaugural Corn Cup (10/18, 10/23, 10/24):
The Stars, the Omaha Lancers and the Tri-City Storm have combined to form the inaugural Corn Cup, a six-game tournament beginning on October 17th. The Corn Cup will replace the three home games lost in 2019-20 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, so 7th Star members will have their normal seats for these games! Take advantage of our Corn Cup ticket package to enjoy all three home games at the Ice Box!
Home Opener/Throwback Night (11/13): The Stars will kick off their 2020-21 USHL home schedule against the Des Moines Buccaneers on November 13th at the Ice Box. It’s Throwback Night, so break out the silly string and your favorite ’90s attire and join us in celebrating 25 years of Lincoln Stars hockey!
 
Military/Veterans Night (1/16): On January 16th, Lincoln will welcome their interstate rival, the Omaha Lancers, for Military/Veterans Night. For the second straight year, the Nebraska Warriors are the game-night sponsor! There will be a jersey auction for the Stars’ game-worn uniforms on the North Zone stage following the game. Last year’s jersey auction totaled over $20,000!
TeamMates Night (2/28): On February 28th against the Force, the Stars are partnering with Tom and Nancy Osborne’s TeamMates mentoring program! The Stars will be wearing a specialty jersey to be auctioned off after the game to benefit the program.
Alumni Night/Billet Appreciation Night (3/27): On March 27th against the Lancers, there will be several appearances from Stars alumni, including an induction into the Stars Hall of Fame. We will also be celebrating Billet Appreciation Night to honor those who host our players all year long.
7th Star Appreciation Night (4/3): April 3rd is our 7th Star Appreciation Night for Stars season-ticket holders as we battle the Sioux City Musketeers. We’ll have special deals for members of the 7th Star paired with our Pink in the Rink festivities (including a post-game jersey auction) promoting the fight against cancer.
Our entire home schedule can be viewed below.
October
10/17 at Tri-City (Corn Cup)
10/18 vs Omaha (Corn Cup)
10/23 vs Tri-City (Corn Cup)
10/24 vs Omaha (Corn Cup)
10/30 at Omaha (Corn Cup)
10/31 at Tri-City (Corn Cup)
November
11/6 at Fargo
11/7 at Fargo
11/13 vs. Des Moines
11/14 at Tri-City
11/20 vs. Waterloo
11/25 at Waterloo
11/28 vs. Tri-City
December
12/4 at Fargo
12/5 at Fargo
12/11 vs. Des Moines
12/12 vs. Omaha
12/13 at Sioux Falls
12/18 vs. Sioux Falls
12/19 at Sioux City
12/26 vs Tri-City
12/28 at Waterloo
12/31 at Tri-City
January
1/2 vs. Tri-City
1/8 at Des Moines
1/9 at Des Moines
1/15 at Omaha
1/16 vs. Omaha
1/22 at Tri-City
1/23 vs. Tri-City
1/29 vs. Sioux Falls
1/30 vs. Fargo
1/31 vs. Fargo
February
2/5 vs. Des Moines
2/6 vs. Omaha
2/12 at Sioux Falls
2/13 vs. Sioux City
2/19 at Tri-City
2/20 at Omaha
2/26 at Sioux City
2/27 vs. Sioux City
2/28 vs. Fargo
March
3/5 at Omaha
3/6 vs. Omaha
3/12 vs. Waterloo
3/13 at Waterloo
3/16 at Sioux Falls
3/19 vs. Waterloo
3/20 at Omaha
3/26 @ Des Moines
3/27 vs. Omaha
3/28 vs. Fargo
April
4/2 at Sioux Falls
4/3 vs. Sioux City
4/9 vs. Tri-City
4/10 at Tri-City
4/16 vs. Des Moines
4/17 vs. Sioux Falls
4/23 vs. Sioux Falls
4/24 at Sioux Falls
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