Poll: What would convince you to buy a hockey ticket?

The Ottawa Senators drew just over 16,000 fans to Scotiabank Place Thursday night in a rink that holds 19,153, despite it being only the second home game of the season.

The Ottawa Senators drew just over 16,000 fans to Scotiabank Place Thursday night in a rink that holds 19,153, despite it being only the second home game of the season. That has to be of concern to owner Eugene Melynk and an organization that has to make to the second round of the playoffs to turn a profit in a normal year. So why aren’t people showing up? The most obvious way to draw fans is to put a Stanley Cup contender on the ice. Beyond that, is there anything that would convince you to buy a hockey ticket in this economy when every game is on television? We ask you:

What would get you to a hockey game?

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