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08-14-2013, 10:41 AM
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With the Red Wings off to the Eastern Conference, the Predators are now focused on eliminating Chicago Blackhawks jerseys from their arena this season. How? By forcing Chicago fans to spend twice as much to see their team in Nashville. According to Nashville Predators President and Chief Operating Officer Sean Henry, speaking with Section 303, the Preds will not allow single game ticket sales for their three home dates against Central Division rival Chicago on Nov. 16, Dec. 17 and April 12, 2014. If you want tickets to those games, you’ll have to buy tickets to a second non-Blackhawks game too. This. Means. War.

What do you guys think of this? Does this mean no Hawks forum poster will ever go to a Nashville game again?


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