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KINGS FANS STILL IN PENALTY BOX OVER PLAYOFF TICKET REFUNDS
Published July 12, 1995
The NHL Kings are experiencing an unprecedented delay of more than two months in distributing postseason refunds for playoff tickets, according to the L.A. TIMES. This is the second delay in as many years as last year's refunds were delayed by the sale of the team from Bruce McNall to Jerry Sudikoff and Joseph Cohen. Traditionally, refunds are sent out immediately at the end of the season, but even last year, Kings' refunds started six weeks after the season ended and continued through the summer. The team owes ticket holders $1.5M (Lisa Dillman, L.A. TIMES, 7/12).