Nationwide Arena/CBJ Finances Discussion II
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03-29-2012, 03:49 PM
Join Date: Oct 2006
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Well that's good news for the Jackets. So something went right. Looks like there will be a NHL team in Columbus for quite a while.
I'm sure there are quite a few bitter people about this.
Yeah, most of them above the Canadian border.
I'm disappointed this was the only solution these creative people seemed to be able to come up with, but not surprised. If it keeps the Jackets in town, I'll live with it.
Now that the deal is closed, when does the rip-off known as "personal seat licenses" end? They were necessary when this was a privately owned arena and would seem unnecessary now. Furthermore, it keeps the number of potential STH's in any given year artificially low--I didn't buy season tickets when I lived in town because I couldn't justify the initial cost of the PSL knowing that if I ended up moving for a job (which I did) I likely wouldn't recoup the cost.
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