I wonder how a deep playoff run would throw off the construction
We were talking about this the other day, and the prevailing thought was that it would cost the Rangers an even longer road trip to start the season. It could also cost MSG the three Knicks preseason games. So bring on the Cup!
MSG passes out tools to 400 level at last home game and allow you to remove and bring home your seat.
Nice head start for construction crew and cool parting gift for fans.
I'm not in Marketing either.
Last game at yankee stadium in 2008, everyone was virtually strip searched for ratchets and screwdrivers so they didn't try to take a seat home with them. I think one guy did get arrested for trying to unscrew something in the bathroom lol
I'm wondering how it will look with the mid-level suites in the 300s.
Will there be seats directly over the suites where it would make every seat above the suites closer to the ice?
"Trust me I'm an expert, I watched 13 rangers games on NHL center Ice this year through streaming." -Starburst
"I don't even understand what the point of all this arguing is. Are you guys hoping that the other side is going to have an epiphany and go 'Oh, OH! You're right, we ARE going to lose this series!'" -Crease
I've always love how the garden was a single bowl (save 400s) rather than being tiered like most arenas. It made it so easy going from section to section. But times change. The building will be a little bit louder as well due to the steeper seating.
Can someone please tell me what sections (and rows if possible) have obstructed view? Trying to get into MSG cheap for the Devs series but not trying to have my top of the arena view further hampered by obstruction. Thank you.