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Ticket Issues In Nashville

via the Tennessean,

After 15 home games, the Predators’ paid attendance average stands at 12,655, according to figures compiled by the team and obtained from Metro Sports Authority.

The total does not include paid attendance figures from the Dec. 22 game against Los Angeles, which are not yet available.

The Predators’ two most recent home games prior to Los Angeles – against Detroit and Colorado—produced paid attendances of 14,492 and 9,670, respectively.

The Predators must average 14,000 in paid attendance this season to keep the current lease between the team and the city intact. That would keep the team in Nashville for at least the next three seasons.

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