Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0
Charley

Gopher wisconsin game

44 posts in this topic

What could I expect to pay for Fridays game if I don't have tickets on the street corner?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

You could also wait and pay at the door for "rush" tickets.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

luckey 13- I think tonites game only and fsn on saturday.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

so haaad- what are rush tickets? are they standing room only?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

What could I expect to pay for Fridays game if I don't have tickets on the street corner?

It all depends do you want 2 or 4 seats?

I'd expect to pay around face value for this series.

I know on Craig-list right now there are plenty of lower level seats being sold for face value "35-40 per seat" so you could try that.

search for "gopher hockey tickets" on Craiglist mpls.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Pier- thanks for the tip about [YouNeedAuthorization] I picked up 2 tix for the game.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Awesome....!

I'm not sure I can even watch it tonight the way we've been playing lately.

Go Gophs!... crazy

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Rush tickets are sold at the 10 minute mark of the first period. They sell all the "empty" seats where people didn't show up to the game. It's first come first served though, or at least it was. You may want to call the ticket office to confirm, but I used to go to games all the time by getting tickets this way. You can also wait until almost game time or shortly after and get some good deals out on the street.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

In the past I have had luck scalping tickets for face or even under face value. You just have to be patient and wait for the game to start. One time I got tickets for $10 each, we missed most of the 1st period but it was still worth it.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

But the games on BTN which means it's in HD. I'm a sioux fan and I might watch a little tonight just because hockey in HD is awesome, and college hockey in HD will be even better. Speaking of the game, is there any way BOTH teams can LOSE? grin

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Well we are looking pretty good so far. Still 0-0 with 10 minutes left in the 1st but we are outshooting them 12-2 at this point.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

1-0 Badge after 1... short handed goal.

Gophers outshoot Badger 19-5 in the 1st.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

J. Maturi doesn't have a hook in his office, only contract extensions.

Good luck to the Ski-U-Yuck when they have to face the Beavers in league play every year.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Were you at happy hour?...LOL

Anyway Connelly is on fire I can see how Wisconsin is fairing pretty well this year with a Great goalie and few snipers to bury the Puck.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

This going to be tough Sconi has everbody back protecting the 2-0 lead.

I do like Eaves as a coach.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Boy, the gophs aren't playing very well. They may miss out on the tourny and home ice..

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I was at the game and I thought Gophers played very well in the First period and put up many shots on net, just couldn't get one through! 2nd period was a little sloppy. Gophers came out flying in the 3rd period getting some good chances and finally getting two in but it was too late. I thought they played great in the First. Shots were around 47-24 Gophers.

Ness (1st period) and Hoeffel were the best on the ice I thought. Barriball didnt look good out there. Hopefully they can get more goals in the net tomorrow!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Gophers have allowed 4.4 goals a game in the last seven.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Boy, the gophs aren't playing very well. They may miss out on the tourny and home ice..

Probably played their best game of the year other than on the scoreboard.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0



  • Posts

    • Good luck.  Hope your efforts pay off.
    • I'll be getting out again on Tuesday with the bow. It has been very hard finding time to get out this year, between work and a 4 month old at home. Last time out I spent 12 hours in the blind and saw quite a few birds during the middle of the day. Had multiple times where I thought it was going to happen but the Toms wouldn't commit 100%. Making a small adjustment this go round and hoping things come together.
    • Was thinking for hunting and maybe put a plow on it to use at my place up north. Wouldn't be my main driver. Was thinking around 15K for budget but that was before I did much looking mostly on line so far. But might step up in price for the right rig. And a lot of that would depend if I liked the newer V6 engine and 5 speed auto or 6 speed trany and less miles etc. Just by looking at dealer prices on line I would think a guy could find a pretty nice late model for around 20 or less. I think if I bought a nicer later model I would drive it more as they look like they have made the interior a lot nicer and more comfortable than the older ones. On the other hand if I ran across a real clean older one with the in line 6 and not to many miles for the right price that would be an option to. The drawback to a newer shiny one it might take a while before I ran it down the brushy trail.  
    • I am submitting this bird for Sutty on his behalf.     Forum Member: Sutty          
      Date: April 28, 2017
      Team Name: Team 2
      Youth Hunter(17 or younger): No
      Turkey Subspecies: Eastern
      State/Province Bird was Harvested In: Minnesota
       
       
      Turkey’s Stats
      Beard Length 10 inches
      Spur Length 1 & 3/16" 
      Weight 22lb 4oz
      I certify that the measurements listed above are accurate to the best of my ability.
      Forum Member: John Sutton                       Date: 4/28
      Witness: Josh Tschida                     Date: 4/28          
    • Our MN hunt this year was just about as easy as they come.  Sutty and I arrived at different times, he was late, and set up on opposite sides of the field as planned.  I could hear the birds gobbling in the valley below in their usual spot, and they sat there a long time in the cold.  Sutty couldn't see because he was on the back side of a finger of trees because he didn't want to spook anything out since he was late...  Eventually they got down and proceeded to sit on the far hill for a while longer.  I could see a 6 or so males, but suspected most were jakes, and a few hens.     Just when I was getting tired of waiting, about 8:30am, I saw one gobbler enter the field and walk straight towards Sutty's position.  As the bird got in front of Sutty, another nice gobbler came into the field.  I called to him but he wanted nothing to do with me.  Sutty shot the first bird, and the second one didn't know what happened.  Of course Sutty came running out of his blind and scared off the second bird that he didn't even know was there.      Sutty just bought a new house and had to head home asap to help his wife with packing things, and his daughter didn't seem too interested in shooting her own bird this year.  Now that she saw how ridiculously easy it is she probably won't be interested next time either.      I figured I should get to the edge of the field the birds were coming out on, and as I started moving my blind I bumped some hens that hadn't yet come up all the way out of the valley.   I finished getting my blind in place and sat a while, but it seemed we had scared the remaining birds out of the area, or maybe they were just laying low out of the wind.  In any case I went to get some lunch and let things settle down for a while.     After a couple hours of eating and casting for fish that weren't there, I decided I would head back up to sit in my blind.  Just as I reached the top of the hill to see into the field I saw three big gobblers walking across the field.  I ducked down and ran around the edge of the field out of their view to get closer.     I crawled up to about 10yd from the field edge, as far as I could go without being seen, and started calling.  They liked what they heard, but wouldn't commit right away.  After maybe 10 minutes of me cutting and purring, and all three of them strutting and gobbling out at 60-70 yards they started coming.  I couldn't see them well through the brush I was behind, and they didn't want to walk through it.  If I was at the edge of the field I could have shot them, they were within 40yd.  They proceeded to do a big arc along the field edge back to where I had just walked.     After a couple minutes of not seeing them I picked up my call, they gobbled, and then I saw them marching in where I had just walked.  When I last saw them going this direction I had shifted to face that way, I was now facing the tree I just had my back against, which put my butt in a thorn patch and the barrel to one side of the tree.  The birds started walking to the other side, so as they got behind the tree I eased the barrel to the side they were going to come out on.  They started coming up the other side back to the field they were just in and were too close together for a shot.  Finally one eased out in front and I let him have it.  He tipped backwards and rolled back downhill, and didn't even kick until I went over to grab him.  27 yards with the range finder after the fact.       Both birds turned out to be very nice old birds with long spurs.     Sutty's weighted 22lb 4oz, 10" beard, 1 3/16" spurs.  I believe this is his best turkey to date.     My bird weighted 25lb 8oz, 10" beard, 1 1/8" spurs.  My best turkey by weight and age.     Sutty and his bird.        Me and my bird.  I shot from one of the trees above this rock I think.      
    • Got it done in mn.  More to come when I get home.
    • Go to a license agent and buy one for your desired season. Season C, is on process thru May 2nd. Season D, is May 3rd thru May 9th. Season E, is May 10th thru May 16th. Season F, is May 17th thru May 31st. Season F also allows anyone with an unused tag from earlier season to hunt this period as well.   Hope this help PF.  
    • How do the over the counter licenses work this year? I missed last season but would like to get out this year even though I didn't apply for the lottery.
    • What exactly will you be using it for? Driving around the country with the top down, hunting the back woods, fording small creeks?   Do you have a particular budget to stick to?
    • at times the prop will stop on mine, usually when I move it to turn, need to tear into it sometime, I have use fishelectronics for misc. parts
  • Our Sponsors