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04-29-2013, 12:19 AM
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Originally Posted by Coolburn View Post
I don't want to say it put ours to shame necessarily. They definitely do things differently there that's for sure. I'll get to the scoreboard later but here's my thoughts initially about their arena first:
first world problems (of third world hockey cities).

has anyone been to the bell centre? hightops outside? flat screens facing both ways?

that place is cramped (it's always a full house and the concourses are small), the scoreboard is meh. the concession lines are long. the hockey experience? insane. if you're a hockey fan, you will have the time of your life. it's all about HOCKEY.

and yes, i'm fully aware the audience is different. nonetheless, the game should be the focus. it can sell itself. whether it can outsell the myriad advertisers and shills it has to compete with in our arena is another question and one i'm afraid we might not like the answer to.

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