NHL-lockout-is-over-@JakeRoy30NHL clubs are reaching out to the fans alienated by the lockout. As rumors of boycotting the home openers league wide circulate, teams are hoping to get fans in seats this weekend. Will you be spending more or less on tickets, or will you even be attending a game?

Here are some of the discounts being offered for some of the team’s home opener:

College students can redeem one ticket per student ID to the Dallas Stars home opener Saturday morning at 10am.

The Vancouver Canucks are offering a weekend’s worth of tributes, in-game experiences, prizes, merchandise sales and food discounts ($1 items) as they face the Anaheim Ducks and Edmonton Oilers on Saturday and Sunday.

Florida Panthers will host a full team signing session following opening night. Minnesota Wild and the New York Rangers will have free T-shirts for all fans in attendance at the first game of the season.

Anaheim Ducks fans who purchase a ticket for the home opener will get a second game at half off.

All educators, police officers, firefighters, nurses, EMTs and military personnel receive $20 off all lower bowl and club-level seating, and $10 off upper level seating at the second Nashville Predators home game.

Boston Bruins fans attending every home game in January will receive three vouchers for select concession items.

The Los Angeles Kings finally get to raise their banner as the 2012 Stanley Cup Champions.

It’s odd to see that some of the teams that struggle year over year to fill seats have yet to comment about discounted tickets, concessions or merchandise for fans – Phoenix Coyotes and New Jersey Devils. 

She was hooked after the first shot off her aluminum Gretzky hockey stick at 13 years old. Growing up playing competitive hockey in Vancouver, British Columbia has inspired her to coach in addition to playing. She is currently the Vice President and Assistant Coach of her alma mater Simon Fraser University for the women's ice hockey club. Upon graduating with a BBA, she has found a way combine her love of sports, mainly hockey, with her career. She has worked with the BC Lions and still works for the Canucks for Kids Fund on game days coordinating one the best 50/50 programs in the NHL. In a nutshell - Ovechkin over Crosby, Vancouver Canucks are my #1, New York Rangers are my #2...and she bakes cakes (the Cake Boss type).

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