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04-10-2012, 12:45 PM
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Good point, but I really won't be cheering for the Sens though. Last year I watched the Rangers play Boston near the end of the year at MSG...the atmosphere was awesome. Fantastic fans. C'mon, help a fellow hockey fan out.
It depends on your budget. First row in the 300s is still an absolutely fantastic view.

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It depends on your budget. First row in the 300s is still an absolutely fantastic view.
I'm willing to go as high as $300 per ticket. Looks like I can get a couple of seats in the first row (A) of section 309 for around $250 or so.

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Yeah you can easily get first row in 300s in that range.

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I'm willing to go as high as $300 per ticket. Looks like I can get a couple of seats in the first row (A) of section 309 for around $250 or so.
For your reference... I am offering two seats in section 336 Row A for sat. night on E-Bay. The auction ends Thursday night.

Unfortunately, I won't end the auction early.

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Don't get first row in the 300s, because you will have people walking in front of you all the time. 300s center around row E is the best, IMO. Tickets are going to be expensive, so just try anywhere in the 300s, except the corners.

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Don't get first row in the 300s, because you will have people walking in front of you all the time. 300s center around row E is the best, IMO. Tickets are going to be expensive, so just try anywhere in the 300s, except the corners.
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Some 400 sections, 421 to 425, are good also, especially the first 3 rows (A-C). Could save some money for beer.

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I'm willing to go as high as $300 per ticket. Looks like I can get a couple of seats in the first row (A) of section 309 for around $250 or so.
I have tickets in the first row of section 112 for sale... Saturday game only. If you are interested send me a PM. Its about 7 rows off the glass right behind the goal the NYR attack twice.

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Don't get first row in the 300s, because you will have people walking in front of you all the time. 300s center around row E is the best, IMO. Tickets are going to be expensive, so just try anywhere in the 300s, except the corners.
Except the renovated sections behind the goals. With TV's

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There's a large replica of the Stanley Cup in Times Square, I'm gonna go check it out today.

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There's a large replica of the Stanley Cup in Times Square, I'm gonna go check it out today.
Where exactly? Might go after school

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Where exactly? Might go after school
It's smack in the middle of times square

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There's a large replica of the Stanley Cup in Times Square, I'm gonna go check it out today.
It's huge. They should call it the Broadway Boner.

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04-15-2012, 04:34 PM
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It's huge. They should call it the Broadway Boner.

Too late. James Dolan already has that title.

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Rangers bar on LI

Thought there was a thread for Ranger bars, but couldn't find it. If there is, mods feel free to move this post.

Last night was meeting up with some former co-workers at Cory's Ale House in Wantagh. Railroad avenue, same street as Mulcahy's and Wantagh Inn. We got there at 7 and as I walked in, they probably had 30 people or so wearing Rangers jerseys or shirts and hats. Game was on every tv. Thought I would pass along for those who may live on the south shore of nassau county and wanted to go out to watch the game. Was a little pricey for LI, imo. I bought the first round, and 4 drinks (one SMithwicks, one stella, one absolut and tonic, one stoli o and tonic) and it was $25.

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Does anyone know where i can find a list of songs they play at MSG during games?

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Does anyone know where i can find a list of songs they play at MSG during games?
http://rangers.nhl.com/club/page.htm?id=65252

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Parking near MSG?

Where do the 18,000 fans park, when going to a rangers/knicks game, etc?

I'm just asking out of curiosity, since i've only visited new york once, and the only thing i recall about MSG is that penn station is located in the back side..

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Where do the 18,000 fans park, when going to a rangers/knicks game, etc?

I'm just asking out of curiosity, since i've only visited new york once, and the only thing i recall about MSG is that penn station is located in the back side..
Parking garages are abundant all over the city. Expensive too. A lot of fans take the train to the game though, so it isn't all 18,000 fans. I'd think many more train it than drive.

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Where do the 18,000 fans park, when going to a rangers/knicks game, etc?

I'm just asking out of curiosity, since i've only visited new york once, and the only thing i recall about MSG is that penn station is located in the back side..
Not all are driving, you must take into consideration public transportation.

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04-15-2012, 09:24 PM
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Not all are driving, you must take into consideration public transportation.
oh ok, i was just curious. For example, I live in ottawa, and i think its safe to say that the majority of fans attending Sens games drive there, where there is thousands of parking spots available (large parking lot outside the stadium, $10 parking). I'm assuming that MSG itself doesn't have a parking lot, and that people have to fetch parking elsewhere nearby?

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oh ok, i was just curious. For example, I live in ottawa, and i think its safe to say that the majority of fans attending Sens games drive there, where there is thousands of parking spots available (large parking lot outside the stadium, $10 parking). I'm assuming that MSG itself doesn't have a parking lot, and that people have to fetch parking elsewhere nearby?
That's correct. I'd bet the vast majority of the fans (90%+) don't drive to the game.

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Recommend me a good bar in NYC to watch Ranger game.

Preferably a bar that has the sound of the game on and not some blaring music. Haven't watched a Ranger game in a NYC bar in awhile. I remember Stout being pretty good, but thought I'd get some recommendations from you guys. Thanks!

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http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...d.php?t=930787

The thread is a mess though, someone should edit the first post to put collect all the good recommendations and condense it.

All the bars surrounding MSG are pretty good.. Flying Puck, Harringtons, Local. They all get really crowded though.

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Thanks for the link. I'll check it out.

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