I wonder if this might be a good idea here. But then, under the Bob Young helm, we don’t know if our stands wouldn’t be full for a playoff game here (I honestly don’t think so but who knows, maybe we aren’t snow lovers either here??)
[b]"Perhaps the most ingenious move made by the club’s ticket office is to charge season-ticket holders for a ticket to a home playoff game instead of begging and chasing them to buck up again when the snow flies in November and they contemplate watching it from the comfort of their homes.
Too often the stands have been empty for the biggest home date of the year. If the Stamps don’t host a game, the team will refund your money or use it as a credit for the following season’s tickets."[/b][url=http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Columnists/Francis/2006/06/06/1616938-sun.html]http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Columnists/Fr ... 8-sun.html[/url]
I think this is one of the biggest differences between Canadians and Americans. Americans aren’t “on the trigger” as much as Canadians to find an excuse why not to spend some money and sit outdoors for an event when the snow flies or the weather isn’t as cheery as a bright summer day. Why this is, I’m not exactly sure but I do see this difference on average much of the time.