Lockout drives Bruins ticket prices higher
Lines at the TD Garden have been common this week as the Bruins begin their season Saturday. Ticket prices on the secondary market have been 30 percent higher than last year. Below, fans watched the team play its Providence affiliate on Tuesday.
By Callum Borchers
Globe Staff / January 17, 2013
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“Maybe only 70 or 80 percent of the fans who would have gone to hockey games will go this year,” Knopp said. “But you only have 50 percent of the games, so you’re still oversubscribed.”
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