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SBD/January 18, 2013/NHL Season Preview
Bruins Ticket Prices Rising On Secondary Market; All Tickets Will Be Electronically Printed
Published January 18, 2013
UTILIZING THE PRINT OPTION: In Boston, Kevin Paul Dupont reports there will be "no hard tickets" for Bruins games this year. Season-ticket holders "must print their own tickets, and those purchased through the box office or elsewhere likewise will be generated electronically." TD Garden President Amy Latimer said that with the lockout looming, the Bruins "never printed tickets for the 82-game schedule that was released during the summer." She added that tickets for the new 48-game schedule "would have taken upward of six weeks to print and distribute" (BOSTON GLOBE, 1/18).