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Charley

What could I expect to pay for Fridays game if I don't have tickets on the street corner?

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BrianLucky13

Also is the game on tv just saturday and not friday???

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Charley

Big ten Net.

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BrianLucky13

Both days??

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so haaad

You could also wait and pay at the door for "rush" tickets.

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Charley

luckey 13- I think tonites game only and fsn on saturday.

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Charley

so haaad- what are rush tickets? are they standing room only?

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BrianLucky13

Thanks a lot!!! Hope you find tickets!!!

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PierBridge

What could I expect to pay for Fridays game if I don't have tickets on the street corner?

It all depends do you want 2 or 4 seats?

I'd expect to pay around face value for this series.

I know on Craig-list right now there are plenty of lower level seats being sold for face value "35-40 per seat" so you could try that.

search for "gopher hockey tickets" on Craiglist mpls.

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Charley

Pier- thanks for the tip about [YouNeedAuthorization] I picked up 2 tix for the game.

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PierBridge

Awesome....!

I'm not sure I can even watch it tonight the way we've been playing lately.

Go Gophs!... crazy

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so haaad

Rush tickets are sold at the 10 minute mark of the first period. They sell all the "empty" seats where people didn't show up to the game. It's first come first served though, or at least it was. You may want to call the ticket office to confirm, but I used to go to games all the time by getting tickets this way. You can also wait until almost game time or shortly after and get some good deals out on the street.

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Bear55

In the past I have had luck scalping tickets for face or even under face value. You just have to be patient and wait for the game to start. One time I got tickets for $10 each, we missed most of the 1st period but it was still worth it.

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wallmounter

But the games on BTN which means it's in HD. I'm a sioux fan and I might watch a little tonight just because hockey in HD is awesome, and college hockey in HD will be even better. Speaking of the game, is there any way BOTH teams can LOSE? grin

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PierBridge

Well we are looking pretty good so far. Still 0-0 with 10 minutes left in the 1st but we are outshooting them 12-2 at this point.

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PierBridge

1-0 Badge after 1... short handed goal.

Gophers outshoot Badger 19-5 in the 1st.

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PierBridge

2-0 Bucky!

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IFallsRon

J. Maturi doesn't have a hook in his office, only contract extensions.

Good luck to the Ski-U-Yuck when they have to face the Beavers in league play every year.

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PierBridge

Were you at happy hour?...LOL

Anyway Connelly is on fire I can see how Wisconsin is fairing pretty well this year with a Great goalie and few snipers to bury the Puck.

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PierBridge

This going to be tough Sconi has everbody back protecting the 2-0 lead.

I do like Eaves as a coach.

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PierBridge

3-2 bucky 2 minutes to go!

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walleyeking

Boy, the gophs aren't playing very well. They may miss out on the tourny and home ice..

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Quackaddict9

I was at the game and I thought Gophers played very well in the First period and put up many shots on net, just couldn't get one through! 2nd period was a little sloppy. Gophers came out flying in the 3rd period getting some good chances and finally getting two in but it was too late. I thought they played great in the First. Shots were around 47-24 Gophers.

Ness (1st period) and Hoeffel were the best on the ice I thought. Barriball didnt look good out there. Hopefully they can get more goals in the net tomorrow!

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so haaad

Gophers have allowed 4.4 goals a game in the last seven.

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PierBridge

Boy, the gophs aren't playing very well. They may miss out on the tourny and home ice..

Probably played their best game of the year other than on the scoreboard.

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