I think the league in general dose have popularity no matter what OHL city your from, the big thing is not so much what markets are popular around the league but more can your own hometown market sell itself to the audiences that meet the criteria of these of very simple questions. Dose your team sell out the build at least 3/4 of your home schedule? Dose your team bring competitive clubs each season? Dose your team make the playoffs on a regular 3 year cycle type game plan with the expectations that in the 3rd year you try and what hockey guru's say "Go for it" in regards to deep and hopefully successful post-season runs? If so then I'd say expectations are paying a range from 18-24 dollars is pretty reasonable for the entertainment from anywhere from a handful of games to a full season ticket package. I regards to concession prices I tend to agree the prices have steadily went up in the past 2-3 seasons when even back in 2011 you could get a slice of pizza and a drink for around $7 and now it's about $9 and change now but the selection at the stands has been improved with different little changes like bottles pop instead of fountain and adding gravy for fries. Although we may question that prices are raised a bit more if any OS fan was to go to any other city in the league I'd find it hard to believe that there concessions haven't raised prices on commonly sold items in the past few years either. The Attack will always remain a puzzle to the rest of the league due to the layout (NOT ICE SIZE) of the older building in Owen Sound and has been in debate forever in the league. In this case Owen Sound will continue to thrive in the league due to local popular demand and national events like national TV coverage by Sportsnet and the CHL puts on.