On Thursday, the Blackhawks released their season ticket plans for the 2020-21 NHL season.
The league was originally targeting beginning next season in December, but it could be pushed back per a report.
According to NHL insider John Shannon, a Jan. 1 start date was being considered during a board call Monday.
"The COVID-19 pandemic continues to bring health and financial uncertainty for many of our fans, and we understand that many personal situations have changed," Chris Werner, Blackhawks Vice President of Ticketing, said in the release. "While we hope to one day welcome our outgoing season ticketholders back into the Blackhawks family, this is an exciting and unique chance for us to be able to offer fan-friendly and flexible options on all arena levels to new members of our fan base who may not have had this opportunity for nearly a decade."
"All in-person events or experience-based benefits will be subject to the latest COVID-19 guidelines," according to the Hawks.
Season ticketholders will have the option to roll ticket purchases and payments to the 2021-22 season or receive a refund if next season is played without fans or at a reduced capacity, delayed or shortened.
"If games are played with reduced capacity, new and renewing season ticketholders will receive top priority to access tickets for the 2020-21 season in accordance with those applicable guidelines," per the Blackhawks.