There's a big difference between a draft in a bigger arena over two days as opposed to one held in a single day. It's like a 15-20,000 ticket difference. If the draft was two days this year the market would be flooded with day two tickets but since its not, everyone and their grandmother is at war with each other on every board because there were never going to be enough tickets to satisfy everyone.
I'm actually pretty shocked at the amount of interest in the Draft this year. Last year I can't tell you how many times I recieved emails from the Penguins offering free tickets for the draft. I was on the email list since I had bought tickets for a Devils at Pens game during a previous season.
The rep at the STH relocation event said the Devils have 11k STH's approxiamtely for the upcoming season so assuming the average account has three seats that's 3,666 accounts. I doubt every account submitted for draft tickets because that would equal to over 14K worth of seats if you gave every account holder four tickets. I wonder what the percentage of account holders actually put in a request for the draft and how many will actually show up.
Every sth got two tickets irrespective to account size. Using your guesstimate it would be about 7300 tickets allocated to sth's before the extras were given out.
Edited by NJDevs4978, 23 June 2013 - 09:10 AM.