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Last year Wings Senior VP Jimmy Devellanno told the Detroit fans the Wings had a season ticket waiting list of 16,000 people. What happened?
One of the Red Wings' Original Six rivals, the Toronto Maple Leafs, skate into Joe Louis Arena only once during the regular season. Due to the high demand for this game, a limited number of seats will be made available to those fans who take advantage of the 'Original Six' Plan. All you have to do is simply select a minimum of 6 single, individual seats* in any variation (6 to 1 game, 2 to 3 games, 3 to 2 games, etc.) and you can guarantee yourself two side-by-side seats** for the December 9 game vs. Toronto! Don't miss your opportunity to be a part of one of the most sought-after games of the season!

Another package…

The two best teams in town are partnering up to offer an exclusive for diehard fans! Purchase a minimum of 10 single, individual* game tickets in any variation (10 to 1 game, 2 to 5 games, 5 to 2 games, etc.) for the Red Wings this season and receive priority to purchase two side-by-side seats** to the 2007 Detroit Tigers Home Opener!

Or how about the Zetterberg Ticket Package?

Maybe this is your cup of tea?

Red Wings & Tigers Home Run Package on Sale Now
Have you dreamed of attending the biggest event in all of baseball to see your hometown Tigers play for the World Championship? Can’t get enough exciting Red Wings hockey? Well, get ready for the Red Wings/Tigers Home Run Pack!
Here’s how it works.
Simply select the Red Wings game(s) that you’d like to attend and pick-out 20 or more single seats* in any combination (20 to 1, 10 to 2, 5 to 4, etc.). On top of that, as part of this sensational pack, you’ll be able to purchase two side-by-side seats to Game 1 (Saturday, Oct. 21) or Game 2 (Sunday, Oct. 22)** at Comerica Park!
It’s that easy, but seating is extremely limited for both Red Wings and Tigers games, so you must act fast.

Maybe if the Wings actually started a real marketing campaign instead of these gimmick schemes, the fans would have an interest.

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Paul Kukla founded Kukla’s Korner in 2005 and the site has since become the must-read site on the ‘net for all the latest happenings around the NHL.

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