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Published October 6, 1994
In response to TEAM MARKETING REPORT's survey on average ticket prices, the Blues produced their own survey of their average ticket price. TMR's survey said the Blues average ticket price was $9 more than the league average and more than double the average price in league-low Edmonton and Tampa Bay. But the club's survey had top-end pricing "in line with the league standard." Blues President Jack Quinn: "I don't know where these guys are coming from" (ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH, 10/6)....In Boston, Nick Cafardo profiles Robert Kraft's tenure as Patriots owner, under the headline: "Kraft advisory: Smooth sailing." Subhead: "For owner, it's been a successful journey into uncharted waters" (BOSTON GLOBE, 10/5).