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Published February 1, 2013
Meanwhile, Bruins’ team officials claim more than 130,000 complimentary food items were distributed to ticket-holders at the team’s first five home games after the lockout. The savings to consumers was more than $700,000. As a thank you for returning after the lockout, Bruins fans received vouchers while entering the arena for free food and beverage items (Christopher Botta, SportsBusiness Journal).