ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -With the recession in mind, the Minnesota Wild have frozen all their season-ticket prices for next season.
They haven't decided yet about single-game costs.
Vice president Jamie Spencer said feedback from fans indicated the organization needed to adjust to their financial situations, so the Wild made the announcement early and will provide more-flexible payment plans. Prices typically aren't finalized until the spring.
With a waiting list for season tickets at 7,500, the Wild have announced a sellout for all 351 home games in their history. Spencer said despite the slumped economy, the Wild hope to maintain the streak.
"We expect to continue to fill this building," Spencer said. "That is our goal, to have a capacity crowd every night."