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10-30-2013, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Bondurant View Post
Ticket prices may be a death knell for the Sundogs. Cheapest ticket in the house is $21 on game day. When I was a kid in Michigan I would go to Kalamazoo Wings games for $8. Granted, this was in the mid 90s and the prices today may reflect current trends. At that price I still think it's a hard sell in Prescott Valley.
Arizona has never attracted big (or even average-sized) crowds, yet they seem to come back every season. The CHL's bizarre crony-style business model keeps franchises like this afloat in defiance of basic economic principles. Quad City only exists because the now-former league owner couldn't find someone outside the CHL to run the thing.

The Sundogs should have been dead a long time ago. In any other "normal" league they would have been. But, this is the CHL we're talking about, so normal rules don't apply.

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