It's expected, it's almost impossible to get Toronto Maple Leafs playoffs tickets.
CBC and the Toronto Star teamed up for an investigation to reveal what exactly is going on regarding this years playoff tickets.
What they found, won't come as a surprise to many.
The Leafs set up two pre-sales, one for season ticket holders (to get extra tickets) and another to Leafs fans who enrolled in the Leafs Nation fan club.
After those two pre-sales, the Leafs released the remaining tickets to the general public, mostly seats in the nose bleeds, obstructed views or single seats.
With 18,201 seat capacity at the ACC, seats available at the start of the first pre-sale were 672, by the time sales got to the general pubic, there was 96 left, priced from $175 to $754 for a seat in the nosebleeds or with an obstructed view.
Needles to say, many Leafs' fans aren't too happy about this.
Do you think more tickets should be made available to the general public during the playoffs?
Wondering why it's so hard to get Leafs playoff tickets? Only 96 went on sale to general public https://t.co/BpYFFFRpmj pic.twitter.com/wE6avsfDRT
— CBC Toronto (@CBCToronto) April 11, 2018