P-Bruins not expecting windfall during lockout

P-Bruin defensemen Milan Jurcina clears the Bruins' zone. The team is not anticipating an attendance boost despite the NHL lockout.
P-Bruin defensemen Milan Jurcina clears the Bruins' zone. The team is not anticipating an attendance boost despite the NHL lockout.
Even with the parent club in Boston likely shut down for the season, the local affiliate Providence Bruins aren’t expecting to see much of an effect on their attendance numbers one way or the other. Matt Poore, the Providence team’s COO, said attendance averaged between 7,000 and 7,500 fans per game during the 2003-04 season…

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