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01-18-2008, 12:46 PM
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The 8th Ave end, where the Rangers shoot twice.
Yup, that's it. Started out on the bad side 6 or so seasons back, but was fortunate enough to get swapped over to the 8th Ave. end that summer. I'm all for enjoying great goaltending, but getting that up close for the 2nd period is enough for me. Couldn't stand having to see the red light go on all the way at the other end to know that we scored. 8th Ave all the way.

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01-18-2008, 12:49 PM
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Yup, that's it. Started out on the bad side 6 or so seasons back, but was fortunate enough to get swapped over to the 8th Ave. end that summer. I'm all for enjoying great goaltending, but getting that up close for the 2nd period is enough for me. Couldn't stand having to see the red light go on all the way at the other end to know that we scored. 8th Ave all the way.

I'd say switch it up every couple of years, but I know it has to do with the location of the benches.

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Almost anywhere...

although I have trouble watching games in bars these days - just don't pay close enough attention. There's something good about most every seat in the house, including my house. Used to sit in 343, row H - was great to be near a corner because you can see everything well, and see plays develop. My firm had seats in section 92 (first row), which I got to use several times per year - nice to see guys working hard two feet in front of you. Heck, the skybox is good (good dogs and sushi, and always free). Can't really complain about anywhere I see a hockey game.

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the 400's 404-405 , SHOUTOUT to my peeps

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section 420 Row B....Seats 10+11

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section 420 row c seats 9-10 got you beat futuregm lol

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For Leetch Night

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Im so happy.

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Sitting in Section 420, Row E for the Flyers game on 3/2.

Have never sat in the 400 Level but am really looking forward to sitting with that crowd. What should I be expecting?

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Sitting in Section 420, Row E for the Flyers game on 3/2.

Have never sat in the 400 Level but am really looking forward to sitting with that crowd. What should I be expecting?
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Where do you normally sit?

Anyway, you'll have a good time, trust me on that.

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Where do you normally sit?

Anyway, you'll have a good time, trust me on that.
My father is usually able to get his company's tickets so theyre pretty good for the most part (100 levels most of the time). Sat in the 5th row of section 32 for the Carolina game on 12/26, which was an awesome experience but not the greatest view to watch a whole game from, in my opinion. Have also sat in a luxury box once which was pretty cool but I'd rather sit with the rest of the crowd.

Once I graduate from college and (hopefully) get a job in Manhattan, I plan on buying season tickets in the 400 level after a couple years of work. At least that's the plan right now (knock on wood).

Just wondering what it's like to sit with the rowdy crowd. Im really looking forward to my first game up there on the 2nd.

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My father is usually able to get his company's tickets so theyre pretty good for the most part (100 levels most of the time). Sat in the 5th row of section 32 for the Carolina game on 12/26, which was an awesome experience but not the greatest view to watch a whole game from, in my opinion. Have also sat in a luxury box once which was pretty cool but I'd rather sit with the rest of the crowd.

Once I graduate from college and (hopefully) get a job in Manhattan, I plan on buying season tickets in the 400 level after a couple years of work. At least that's the plan right now (knock on wood).

Just wondering what it's like to sit with the rowdy crowd. Im really looking forward to my first game up there on the 2nd.
Yeah, it's hard to get a hold of season tickets because of the long waiting list, or at least I've heard, I haven't tried to yet since I don't have the funds at the moment.

It's fun up in the 400's. A lot of screaming, cursing and random derogatory comments, all that good stuff. It's all in fun of course

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Section 55 Row M

Perfect view of everything, no one behind you, no one walking in front of you. Just amazing seats

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Section 55 Row M

Perfect view of everything, no one behind you, no one walking in front of you. Just amazing seats

Haha, so second or third mortgage?

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