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BUFFALO — Perhaps it should be expected that the season after a Stanley Cup Final run comes with a price increase.
So maybe it shouldn’t have been a surprise that the Bruins announced on Wednesday — the day they returned from the two-plus-week Olympic break — that they would be hiking season ticket prices for the 2014-15 season.
“We want to make sure that we put the best product on the ice, that’s the No. 1,” said Glen Thornborough, the Bruins’ senior vice president of sales.
Under the new price structure, loge seats will cost $88 to $145 and balcony seats $45 to $98. This season, those tickets cost $70 to $132 for loge and $32 to $91 for balcony.