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Red Wings’ playoff tickets for first three games of second round on sale Friday

In case you missed this quip in the Wings-Coyotes recap or notebook, the Detroit Red Wings want you to know that tickets for the first three home games of the second round go on sale tomorrow at 12 PM EDT:


… Detroit Advances to Round Two of the Post-Season for the Fifth Straight Year …

Detroit, MI… The 11-time Stanley Cup Champion Detroit Red Wings became the first team to punch their ticket to the second round of the 2011 NHL playoffs last night, defeating the Phoenix Coyotes by a score of 6-3 at Jobing.com Arena to complete a four-game sweep of their Western Conference Quarterfinal series. This is the 14th time the Red Wings have advanced to the second round of the post-season since their current playoff-appearance streak began back in 1991.

Tickets to the first three home games of Detroit’s upcoming second round playoff tilt versus a to-be-determined opponent will go on sale this Friday, April 22, at 12:00 p.m. noon. At that time fans will be able to purchase up to four (4) tickets per game at the Joe Louis Arena Box Office as well as all TicketMaster locations, including The Hockeytown Café in Detroit and Hockeytown Authentics in Troy.  Tickets can also be obtained by logging on to DetroitRedWings.com, or by calling 313-396-7575. A full schedule for the Western Conference Semifinals will be announced by the NHL at a later date.

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Well that’s putting the cart before the horse, ain’t it?

Posted by Rusty from Squaresville on 04/21/11 at 07:49 PM ET

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