Mixed feelings, not so much joy than I thought but relief mostly... Now it's time to focus on real things. From now on I can waste my energy and emotions things like winning and losing hockey games!!! Having a bad or a good team!! Having nasty opponents and unfair refs!!! Terrible passes, horrible defence or unbelievable goaltending and incredibly dominating offence!!! National Hockey League ice hockey games. Here we cooooomeeee!!!!!!
I wish there was a way that I can demonstrate my disgust for this greedy man's drama played out through the last four months. -- and show them that they can't take me for granted .... But, I'll be there when the puck first drops at the X.
... and what's worse is that when Mr. Leipold decides to raise ticket prices for me an the rest of the loyal SHT base ... sadly I'll most likely pay it.
i think we're safe from rate hikes for at least a season and a half. edit: actually, it might serve them well to allow the chance to commit to three seasons of tickets at the locked in price like they did with club a few years ago...maybe put you on a different tier than regular STHs...throw in free parking etc.
Sounds like because things went so long, the schedule is being changed up and there will be either a 48 or 50 game season of only conference play after a one week camp. Thus a new schedule will be released soon and tickets well be redistributed.
I have no idea how many games I will have out of my 10 game pack, and which dates the games will be.
That game won't happen. From what I have heard, the abbreviated season is going to be in-conference games only. That means the Wild won't see a single Eastern Conference team unless they get to the Cup Finals.
It also means we won't get to see what happens when Parise visits Jersey. But we should get to see what happens when Suter shows up in Nashville
I'm wondering how they will compress the schedule to accommodate so many games in a short period of time? Will we be seeing back to back homestands? ... Multiple weeknight games? Monday night contests?