Grabbed right off of my DVR. YEAH!
So it's clear to see that I grabbed this off of NESN's broadcast of the press conference. It provides a great layout of what the two rinks will look like and what side each team will be starting (and finishing) on.
Here is the official info:
- Only Bruins Full-Season Ticket Holders are guaranteed access to Winter Classic tickets, which is one of the Bruins 41 regular season Home Games.
- Ticket pricing is set by the NHL and will be released at a later date
-Details regarding available seating locations will be released at a later date
-Once locations and pricing are finalized, you will receive an offer to select your preferred price
- Based on the price you choose, you will be invoiced for the balance
-You will have the opportunity to purchase the same number of Winter Classic tickets as the number of Full-Season seats that you have for a regular season game
-Additional Winter Classic tickets will not be available from the Bruins office (A limited number of tickets will be made available to the public. Details will be announced by the NHL at a later time)
- Your Winter Classic tickets will be mailed separately and will not be included with your 2009-2010 Full-Season Tickets
Additionally, it was said from a Flyers season ticket holder
I know that they will get priority as well. So basically if you don't have season tickets in Boston or Philadelphia, you're screwed...unless you want to pay big bucks for them!
Anything else I'm missing? Nothing I can really think of at this time. This damn illness is killing me.