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by Paul on 08/14/05 at 02:22 PM ET
The 2005-06 Colorado Avalanche
season ticket renewal rate number for the team’s Tenth Anniversary Season in Denver is on a pace equal to that set in August 2001, two months after the Avalanche captured its second Stanley Cup.
“To say the least, the interest of our fans in this market is just amazing for Colorado Avalanche Hockey,” said Paul Andrews, Executive Vice President of Kroenke Sports Enterprises. “The support and loyalty they are showing is remarkable and I’m taking this opportunity to sincerely thank them.”
As in past seasons, the Avalanche will cap season ticket sales at 15,500 in order to maintain seat availability for family nights, groups, and individual game buyers.
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