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2019-20 Chirps from Center Ice Reader Survey
September 3, 2019Posted by on
It’s been a few years since I did one of these, but I am interested your input on the blog and what, if anything I can do to improve for the upcoming season. So, with that said, I created a Reader Survey for you to complete. I have a couple things I would like to change up this season, but before I run anything out there unannounced, now is as good a time as ever to get input on my ideas.
But before I get to the form, let me offload one bit of news from Tuesday. I saw the Laval Rocket tweet it this afternoon so you may not know about it yet because I don’t think anyone else did, but the 2019-20 pricing structure is out for the AHL’s streaming platform, AHLTV.
In summary, the only changes are to the Daily Pass, a $1 increase to $7.99 a day from $6.99 a day. The other pricing structures didn’t change at all.
New this year is the option to purchase a regular season and playoff pass for $99.99 which gets you every AHL home and away game including playoffs. The playoff package was separate last year and cost $24.99, so if you are confident enough that your team is going to make the playoffs, you can pay the extra $20 upfront and enjoy the entirety of the AHL season from October to June.
That’s pretty much it for now. Rookie tournaments start this weekend. News will be sparse this week so it’s actually a great time to do a survey.
Click here to be brought to the survey. Thank you in advance for your input.
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