It has been a long time coming. Pirates fans have been waiting for decades for the shot to buy playoff tickets.
It has taken two decades of patience by the fans and a season of hard work, but the 2013 Pittsburgh Pirates are on the brink of delivering to fans the excitement of post-season baseball.
The Pittsburgh Penguins are in Ottawa tonight for one of the final games of the regular season, but the playoff buzz is building as tickets went on sale this morning.
If you’d like to cheer on the Penguins, a limited number of tickets to the first two home games will go on sale Monday, April 22 at 10 a.m.
PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Don’t adjust your screen: the Pittsburgh Pirates are selling playoff tickets.
The long standing rivalry between the Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers was rekindled on Sunday, and the teams will meet on the ice again Saturday. But before this weekend’s big showdown, fans were lining up to buy playoff tickets for the opening round this morning, and it could be against those hated Flyers.
Hockey playoffs are just around the corner and after Tuesday night’s win over the New Jersey Devils, the Penguins are in a good position to get home ice advantage for round one. However, very few people showed up at the CONSOL Energy Center when playoff tickets went on sale this morning.