AHL Live & the Aeros
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10-08-2012, 11:44 AM
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Northwest 'burbs
Well, the early bird pricing expires on 10/19, and the Aeros regular season begins on 10/13 (Saturday).
The NHL & NHLPA are meeting 10/10-10/11.
Probably I'll make a decision on a AHL Live Season Pass ($149) for the Aeros on 10/12 (Friday).
It's hard to see going too wrong with one of those --even if the lockout settles in October, and Granlund (and possibly Brodin) go to the big club, that's still going to be a Aeros team loaded with legit Wild prospects this year. Tho presumably several of them will all-at-once go to Wild training camp for at least a week at some point during the season if the lockout settles.
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