S'up, everyone! Go Kraken! I'm from the east (WV/Pittsburgh/Florida) but have happily lived in Bellingham for the last 15 years. I'm in the #600 range of season ticket depositors, and now NHL Kraken is getting serious about seat selection. This won't be cheap. Even though I have a low number (considering there are 30,000+ deposits and another 22,000 on waitlist), all lower bowl half boards are already sold out to "premium" folks. One corner ticket, Row M, lower bowl, visitors shoot twice, will take me down to the extent of $7,700 for 44 games. Does anyone know how resale will work? As I live in Bellingham, I definitely won't make every game, but do understand the team essentially controls my tickets and the system is entirely electronic. I've not been a season ticket holder of any sport for 20 years since I attended Miami Dolphin games, and those paper tickets were easy to deal with. Anyone have experience or commentary as to how things work in a more controlled fishbowl like the one Seattle will be implementing? Cheers!