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05-01-2013, 01:15 PM
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From the article by LS above:
Mayenknecht said this secondary market is feeling the real impact of the lagging demand, with as many as eight times more sellers than buyers.
Kingsley Bailey, owner and manager of the popular Vancouver Ticket, said many season’s tickets owners are coming to him to sell their playoff games to show their “distaste at how they’ve been treated” after the lockout.
“When we do get hockey, it’s a shortened season, it’s against western teams,” Bailey said. “We’re still paying top dollar for good hockey and we’re getting mediocre at best.”

Wonder what the most highly demanded tickets were in Vancouver.

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