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Twenty years has never looked so good.
What's your favorite new feature coming to Bridgestone Arena?
A Western Conference Champions banner.
That the season ticket prices for us loyal fans more than doubled.... oh we're talking about what we like.
Smashvillie people need to travel up to NYC to get an idea of what older and newer/ renovated stadiums are like compared to the bridgestone. Just attended my first concert there and found that bathrooms were clean and had tp, plenty of food and drink choices prices are about the same as NY arenas, more band tshirt kiosks so lines were shorter, security very polite = Barclay in Brooklyn which has the best of them, parking was good and much less than I am used to. Ticket prices....those are determined by the band etc. and yes, $79 face for 300 section Preds tix is too high. Should be about $45 but that is the price fans will pay for fame.
Thomas Vanek has 129 career power play goals. He's hoping to add a few more with the #Canucks, although his game is more than points.
Thanks to our partner JetBlue, hot meals were distributed today to those affected by Hurricane Irma.
How great would you look in this? Text 'NISSAN' to 52182 to bid on the Nissan GT-R Predzilla which comes with 2017-18 Preds season tickets!
Your friends will be so jealous.
Bid on this special Pekka Rinne mask which will be worn on Opening Night and autographed post game. All proceeds will benefit hurricane relief efforts. Text HOUSTON to 52182 to bid on this and other exciting items. Auction closes on 10/10.
Huge thanks to DAVEART.com and Bauer Hockey, Inc. for their help with this special project.
Highlights: Preds rookies ended on a high note with their second win of Rookie Camp.
Together with the Tampa Bay Lightning, National Hockey League and NHLPA, we have donated $2.7 million for hurricane relief in Florida.
Hurricane Irma has taken a catastrophic toll on the South Florida Region, leaving many stranded and in need of assistance. We must unite as One Territory and help those in our community rebuild the parts of our lives that were damaged or lost. Any donation that you can spare, no matter how large or small, is greatly appreciated. We will come out of this stronger than ever.
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