AHL team ticket prices announced

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Ticket prices for the new American Hockey League team will range from $16 to $26 per game, before taxes, it was announced today.

Over a full 38-game home schedule, that equates to $608 to $988.

The new NHL team in Winnipeg officially announced during a news conference today at Mile One Centre in St. John’s that St. John’s will be its AHL affiliate starting next season. The length of the deal is three years.

While ticket prices were announced, there was no word on what the St. John’s team will be called.

Fans interested in purchasing tickets in St. John’s are asked to log on to www.ahlisback.com

The first phase of season ticket reservations will be for a three-year commitment, and former season ticket holders for the St. John’s Maple Leafs and St. John’s Fog Devils, and current Mile One Hot Seat holders will be given priority.

The second phase of season ticket reservations will be for fans who wish to make a commitment of less than three years. Previous season ticket holders and Hot Seat ticket holders will be given priority within this group.

Individuals willing to commit to a three-year package will be able to go online (www.ahlisback.com) starting noon Saturday. New season ticket holders will be placed in a queue on a first-come first-served basis.

After previous priority ticket holders are accommodated, new ticket holders will be given the opportunity to choose seats. Details on the seat selection process will be released in the coming weeks.

Complete coverage in Saturday’s print edition.

Organizations: American Hockey League, NHL, Maple Leafs

Geographic location: Winnipeg

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Recent comments

  • J
    June 10, 2011 - 23:30

    You complainers need to get a life. These prices are actually great. We pay that for OHL tickets. That's right, to watch kids that haven't even been drafted yet. Less than $1000 for season tickets to watch guys one step down from the big leagues? I'd likely be in if I was in St. John's and not in Ontario. Oh, and as for a name, I'd keep the Moose. Let's face it, there's enough of them on the island for the name to fit.

  • Fan
    June 10, 2011 - 20:19

    I am so tired of the Danny bashers and negative people coming out from under their rocks and putting their negative spin on everything . They must me the life of the party!

  • John
    June 10, 2011 - 19:41

    This is great news , just look at all the usless comments people put in, there obviously are not hockey fans , get a life

    • David
      June 11, 2011 - 11:37

      If all you yahoos buy those tickets, there'll be no bashing...you'll shut me up for good. All it takes is for you all to dig deep and give your (!) money to Danny's charity, just like he warned (err, asked). C'mon, everyone...pass the hat for poor little Danny! Show him how much you still love him with more than just words!

  • cathy
    June 10, 2011 - 17:21

    I ,for one , is glad hockey is back....i dont go to bingo, i dont drink or smoke so it gives me a place to go other than the movies. I probaly wont be a aseason ticket holder but i will or all of you that have a problem with hockey in st johns, for the love of god stya home and let us hockey fans have a good time.

  • Hughie Coady
    June 10, 2011 - 16:33

    Congrats Danny & the Management behind this great endevor , I love it & i feel this is what this City/Province needs to keep us in the loop of been the best place in the world to visit or live . It is only through the determination of Mr. Williams that keeps this Province going , Love you guys for your intuintion & your sense of being involved into some good Thank You Hughie Coady

    • Gary L. Cole
      June 11, 2011 - 08:59

      I was wondering if the new AHL team in St. John's was looking for an Occupational Health and Safety Officer. I would like to e-mail my resume if someone could tell me where to e-mail it too. Thanks, Gary L. Cole

    • David
      June 11, 2011 - 11:43

      Do you think this is some kind of public service, a utility or something like that? This is a BUSINESS....to make MONEY for the OWNER. Honestly, comments like these are simply pathetic to read....."It is only through the determination of Mr. Williams that keeps this Province going". Holy smokes, man, get that prescription re-filled ... fast.

  • Tony Young
    June 10, 2011 - 14:35

    David, Winnipeg sold out in 2 minutes, it took 15 minutes to process the sales, according to True North entertainment. Good luck in beating that one.

  • David
    June 10, 2011 - 12:40

    Let's see all Danny-adoring hockey-crazy fans sell this thing out, like you all so piously vowed you would on these anonymous message boards....come on, get out your wallets, all you "winners"! Let's put winnipeg to shame with thier pathetic "17 minutes"!

    • G
      June 10, 2011 - 13:59

      When the team folds after 1 year, do you get your money back on your 3 year purchase?

    • David
      June 10, 2011 - 15:00

      G: I think that even if the team folds, or up-and leaves after the first season, the couple of thousand "Danny cultists" among the ticket base would continue to show up every Saturday night for the remaining 2 years. It's the "no-brainer" Danny was talking about...