Two people have been arrested for allegedly selling fake tickets to Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final in Nashville.
The crowd inside Bridgestone Arena roared the Nashville Predators to a second straight home win Monday night to tie the series at 2.
Now the team heads back to Pittsburgh for Thursday night's Game 5, which means Game 6 will be played in Nashville. Tickets to Sunday's game are already going for $1500 and police are warning fans about fake tickets.
Undercover detectives busted two suspects Monday night for allegedly selling counterfeit tickets. Police also arrested three others on Saturday.
Only one of those men are from Nashville. All of them have been charged with criminal simulation.