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02-22-2013, 03:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Chancellor Vitale View Post
He's not wrong. And team management has to do a better job of making sure tickets can be affordable for kids in the 18-28 age bracket, not just the yuppies and bankers who can pay $80-$100 for a mid-level hockey seat + parking and concessions, and mix them (the kids) throughout the crowd.
I don't think they really care how loud it is, as long as it's sold out at the highest possible price. I know the Pens have been pretty good about the younger fans, but I don't think making tickets more affordable for them is something they'll consider.

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