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Playoff Tickets Go on Sale Thursday

March 30, 2011 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Milwaukee Admirals News Release

Milwaukee, WI- Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced that first round playoff tickets will go on sale Thursday at 10 am. The Admirals punched their ticket to the post-season when they earned in a 3-2 shoot-out win over San Antonio Wednesday night. Dates and times for the first round are still to be determined.

Tickets for the first round of the playoffs are less than regular season tickets again this year and are just $18 for seats in the Admirals Quarters (all seats on the glass), $15 for Mid-Deck seats (sections 225-203 and 211-217), $12 for Stern seats (sections 204-210), and $10 for Bow (sections 218-224), handicap platform, and child seats. In addition, groups of ten or more still get a minimum of $2 off each ticket.

The Admirals also have playoff packages on sale that include the same seat to each of the Admirals 16 potential post-season home games. Packages are $244 per seat for tickets in the Bow, $264 per seat for tickets in the Stern, $300 for seats in the Mid-Deck, and $372 for seats in the Admirals Quarters.

Fans can purchase playoff tickets by calling Ticketmaster at (800) 745-3000 or logging on to Group discounts are available starting with just ten people and get a minimum of $2 off the face value. To purchase playoff packages fans should call the Admirals office at (414) 227-0550.

This season marks the ninth consecutive year the Admirals have reached the playoffs as well as the eighth straight year they have notched 90 points and 40 wins, making them the only team to achieve this in AHL history. With six games to go in the regular season, five of those being at home, the Admirals are currently in first place in the West Division with a 41-19-6-8 record and 96 points.

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