Frequently Asked Quesions

Q: How many games do the Reign play during the regular season?
A: The Reign play 68 games during the AHL regular season, which stretches from October to April.

Q: What other teams are in the same division as the Reign?
A: The Reign play in the AHL which has a total of 31 teams for the 2018-19 season. The Ontario Reign play in the Pacific Division, along with the Bakersfield Condors, Colorado Eagles, San Antonio Rampage, San Diego Gulls, San Jose Barracuda, and Stockton Heat.

Q: How do I get to Toyota Arena?
A: (From Los Angeles): Travel east on I-10. Exit Haven Avenue and turn left (north). Turn right on Concours. The arena will be on your left.

(From the east): Travel west on 1-10. Exit Milliken Avenue and turn right (north). Turn left on to Concours. The arena will be on your right.

(From the Hi-desert): Travel south on I-15 and exit at 4th street. Turn right on to 4th street, make a left at Milliken and turn right on to Concours. The arena will be on your right.

Q: What Front Office positions are currently available?
A: Positions with the Reign are always changing.  Check here for updates or visit to submit a resumé for future consideration.

Q: How can I get a job working at Toyota Arena?
A: Please visit the Toyota Arena website for information.

Q: When will merchandise be available?
A: Ontario Reign merchandise is available at all Reign home games at Toyota Arena and online at

Q: When will single game tickets go on sale?
A: See our Single Game Tickets for the 2018-19 season and check out our entire calendar of events to choose which game you would like to come out to, or call 909-941-7825.

Q: Does my child need a ticket to attend an Ontario Reign game?
A: Children two years of age and older require a ticket to enter Toyota Arena for Ontario Reign games.

Q: Do the Reign have a Kid's Club?
A: Check out Kingston's Krazies, our official Kid's Club and all the perks that come with a membership.

Q: Are the Ontario Reign affiliated with any NHL teams?
A: The Reign are the AHL affiliate of the NHL's Los Angeles Kings.