How Fans Can Watch from the Penalty Boxes at 2020 NWHL All-Star Weekend in Boston

by NWHL Media

If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to sit in the penalty box during a major national hockey league event, the NWHL is making it possible.

MeiGray Auctions is auctioning Penalty Box Seats in lots of four for 2020 NWHL All-Star Weekend on Feb. 8-9 in Boston at Warrior Ice Arena.

There are two lots of four Penalty Box Seats each available for the NWHL All-Star Game on Feb. 9 at 2:30 p.m., and two lots of four Penalty Box Seats each available for the NWHL Skills Challenge on Feb. 8 at 8 p.m.

Bidding is open now at MEIGRAYAUCTIONS.COM

Each lot includes:

  • 4 tickets in the penalty box, with unprecedented proximity to the action
  • Group photo on the ice after the game
  • Personal, exclusive post-event meet-and-greet with select All-Star players
  • (Completely at your option) Live interview of your group on the broadcast on Twitch
  • Extras: including Chipwich ice cream sandwiches and other surprise gifts for your group in the box

Although All-Star Games are known to be light in penalties, winning bidders are guaranteed to have company in the box. For starters, among the players already selected to participate in 2020 All-Star Weekend are three of the league’s all-time leaders in penalty minutes: Kaleigh Fratkin (1st), Madison Packer (2nd), and Shannon Doyle (4th).

But even if there aren’t penalties, the NWHL will arrange to have players visit the fans in the Penalty Box for high-fives and photos during breaks in the action at both the All-Star Game and the Skills Challenge. So the access to players will be incredible.

Tickets for regular seating and standing room for the All-Star Game and Skills Challenge are going fast, but remain available now at

But for anyone looking for a unique vantage point for the All-Star festivities and an event you’ll never forget, make your bid now at