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With the lockout done, the Vancouver Canucks will be selling single-game tickets for their abbreviated NHL season this week, and if you feel like feeding your pro hockey habit, it'll cost you at least $63.75 a pop to attend games at Rogers Arena.
The tickets go on sale at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
The first three games will feature cheap food and merchandise discounts, but some fans on twitter say that's not enough.
CKNW listeners have tweeted in concerns about long lineups due to the one-dollar grub, while others want the reduced food prices to stay season-long.
Still others say they're planning on boycotting the team altogether.
Here are some Tweets from CKNW listeners in reaction to the food and merchandise discounts touted by the hockey club: