So we know around 14,000 season ticket holders are not the problem. As discussed ownership and Canadians will fill in some of the other seats. More importantly the economy will help the fan who no longer worries about losing his house afford to take his wife and kids to a game or even get season tickets. I have season tickets. 3 which cost around $2300 for 43 games. Same price I get 10 at University of Phoenix stadium. Where actually playing time is 11 mins. Hockey is 60 minutes of fast past skating, passing, checking, shooting, and occasionally fighting. The Miracle on Ice is the best event in our Nation’s history of sports in my opinion. Our Roadrunners were beloved as much as our Coyotes are loved. We have a captain who never left us, Shane Doan. He is our Captain Arizona.
These are our Phoenix Coyotes. This is a city who falls in love with a team like the Suns and never leaves them. Fans can be fickle though. In Arizona we have more than ice fishing and curling to draw our interest from the only sport in town like Canada. We have every major sport, PGA, NASCAR, WNBA, and even arena ball. Weather permits hiking, fishing, and outdoor play. Movies and bowling as well. But if just talking entertainment dollar when it comes to sports well the Suns have always dwarfed the Coyotes. This was their town for a half century. All that may change if we can secure an owner. See many don’t think the Suns have an owner anymore. Jerry Colangelo did so much for Arizona sports. Robert Sarver did the opposite. He dismantled the championship destined group of Nash, Amare, Marion, and Joe Johnson. He sold draft picks like Rajon Rondo, Luol Deng, and Rudy Fernandez for CASH! He messed with the uniforms and now crapped on the logo. He may try to kill the Gorilla, beware Go!