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Utah NHL Team Prioritizes Local Residents for Ticket Sales

The newly relocated Utah NHL franchise is facing overwhelming demand for tickets at the Delta Center, with over 34,000 deposits for season tickets. Despite this, the venue initially offers only 10,000 unobstructed seats, set to increase to 17,000 in the future. Season tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-serve basis, with preference given to Utah residents. (source:FOS)

Tickets will start at $44 per game, with plans to offer partial-season tickets to accommodate more fans. Utah NHL’s Chief Commercial Officer, Chris Barney, stated the need for a robust mini-plan offering to ensure wider access. The team’s first season will have a capacity of about 16,000 seats, including obstructed views, mirroring the high demand seen with the NHL’s arrival in Las Vegas.

The franchise is also advancing plans for a temporary name, with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office receiving applications for "Utah Hockey Club." The final permanent name is being decided through a fan-focused effort, with "Yeti" and "Mammoth" among the final candidates.


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