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01-24-2014, 12:39 PM
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Originally Posted by dubidubidu View Post
The NHL is not in the business of making ticket resellers money. In their minds they would rather overcharge, have people pay them face value, and those who want to take the risk and think the secondary market would be higher can try their luck. Much better for them than charging too little and having resellers making insane amounts of money.
What you're saying isn't really applicable here because of the second game. Rangers STHs were forced to buy both games when the vast majority of fans could only justify the expense for one game. The NHL knew this and chose to squeeze the lucrative NYC market. The NHL is in the business of growing their brand & popularity, and the way this all went down is going to hurt that brand

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