- Katie Strang, ESPN.com
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Season ticket prices for the Rangers are on the rise, the team announced in a press release Monday afternoon.
Season-ticket holders will pay more by 4% in 2013-14 for the Rangers (6.4% for the New York Knicks) and should expect to be contacted by service reps in the coming weeks.
Even after the lockout shortened the 2013 schedule to 48 games, the Rangers sold out for the sixth straight year.
Phase three of MSG's three-year renovation plan will be finished before the 2013-14 season begins. So, fans that do come back for another season will see the completed transformation of Madison Square Garden.
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