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Blue Jackets Struggling At Gate Despite Increase In Season-Ticket Sales
Published November 27, 2013
WE'RE GOING STREAKING! In Pittsburgh, Rob Rossi notes the Penguins' home sellout streak "hits 300" Wednesday night against the Maple Leafs. The all-time NHL record "belongs to" the Avalanche at 487 consecutive sellouts, and the "current best" is the Maple Leafs with 409 games. The Penguins "never sold out an entire season" during co-Owner & Chair Mario Lemieux's playing days. This season would "mark a seventh consecutive of full houses" (PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW, 11/27).