Ticket sales for Game 5 raising a lot of questions in Pittsburgh.

What does this mean.

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There is a disturbing report that has come out just minutes before Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Final.

According to a report from Mike Russo of the Star Tribune, the demand for tickets has dropped significantly in Pittsburgh for Game 5, following back to back losses for the Penguins in Nashville at the hands of the Predators.

Russo became aware of the trend after speaking to a number of different scalpers, four of them in total, all of them admitted that they were having to sell off their tickets at half of face value because of the drastic drop in demand. 

Pittsburgh has long had a loyal fan base, so this is an extremely bizarre development at this stage of the series, one has to wonder if fans may be losing faith in there team.