I'm surprised last night's game in Moncton was not a sellout.
Nearly 1,000 seats were unsold for this special event game, even though it is played only once a year, the weather was phenomenal and it is a market test for the region.
Yes, ticket prices were up from last year, although it is only ONE game a year.
And 6,000 fans/enthusiasts came from out of the province to boot, thus you would think that the region would easily snap up the rest of the tickets.
Will this impact future games in the Atlantic? Should the powers that be try to hold the next game in the more densely populated Halifax?