The Pittsburgh Power on Monday announced the lease extension through the 2016 season.
The team drew nearly 9,200 fans a game to the 18,000-seat arena in 2011, but averaged about 5,800 fans this past season. The National Hockey League's Pittsburgh Penguins is the arena's primary tenant.
The team is cutting some single-game tickets by up to 67 percent for 2014. That means individual game tickets will range from $15 for end zone seats to $50 for seats in the first three rows next to the field. Season tickets will range from two for $99 in the end zone -- $5.50 per game -- to $225 each for the nine-game season.