netwolf wrote:The Pens have people willing to plunk down money so they get on a list to be able to purchase season tickets. I'd say demand is high enough for them to keep the ticket prices where they are, if not raise them.
holeinone wrote:As long as they keep overpaying these guys ticket prices will never go down. And YOU are paying for it. Someone said that as prices go up the quality of hockey goes up as well. Scores from 15 years ago are no different than today. A lot less money paid back then and pretty much the same product on the ice. Just inflated salaries not increased skill. Hockey back in the 80's was much more exciting and much more wide open ala gretzky and lemieux era. You can say what you want about the rule changes, it did not change the scoring. Nobody will ever crack the 200 pt season again.
holeinone wrote:So what you are saying is that the only reason mario and wayne put us those kind of numbers is because the quality of teams was poor. And you think that teams like atl tb columbus islanders toronto should I keep going are quality teams. Give me a break You are, quite frankly, out of your mind. I think you have had too many beers today
holeinone wrote:I saw more hockey games than most of the people on this board. I was at game number 1 in 1967. If you put gretz and mario in their prime in this league they would still dominate, only once has 200 pts been put up but trust me they would still dominate anybody playing today. Case closed