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SENATORS VOW TO SPEND BIG BUCKS TO FILL NEW ARENA
Published April 12, 1995
Senators CEO Rod Bryden said his team's league-lowest payroll will "increase dramatically" when the team moves into the new 18,500-seat Palladium in '96. The team has won only 4 of 36 games this season, and Bryden says that must change if they are to attract more than 16,500/game to the Palladium. The team has sold 8,000 season tickets in the 10,500-seat Ottawa Civic Centre (OTTAWA CITIZEN, 4/12).