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The Cost Of The Game

from the News & Observer,
The Carolina Hurricanes did what other NHL teams usually do for the playoffs: They raised ticket prices. Was it worth it? Three groups of fans who attended Game 2 of the Stanley Cup finals at the RBC Center on Wednesday weigh in: Tickets: $375 for two seats in section 304, purchased on eBay. The experience: "There were these overexcited fans sitting behind us that were commenting on everything that happened," said Meyer, 24. The best part? Watching Cory Stillman score with 2.4 seconds left in the second period to put Carolina up 3-0. "I'd say it was still worth it to go to a Stanley Cup game," Meyer said. Rating: Short of epic, but it was worth the money.

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