This guy posted on FB from the Bulls front office that he encourages anyone with feedback/ideas to email him directly.
Joe Wagoner: @ Phil and to everybody, we WANT to know your thoughts and what you want to see. This is your team.. we work for the fans! Please email me, Joe Wagoner (I'm part of the Bulls front office), at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I almost fell over early on in one of the "box" seating areas. Went to stand up and take half a step back to let Doug walk by me to sit and the bench of 4-5 seats started to fall backwards since it wasn't bolted or locked down at all. Watched the game from like 4-5 different places around the area through the night. I think the better seats will actually be mid-3/4 up due to how flat the seating is in the lower levels. Or in the beer garden. I see them needing a giant Bull head who's eyes glow red and smoke comes out it's nostrils.
Just finished watching a replay of last nights preseason game... There certainly were a lot of positives despite the loss (Holy crap Kreider looks good), and Viedensky despite not playing in the top 6 continues to impress me with his play--I think he could sneak up there rather quickly. His goal was kind of lucky, but I like the fact that he's carrying himself with some swagger and trying the shot--he wasn't doing that last year.
I understand it's preseason, and the Sharks look to have a much improved roster this year, but the lack of offensive fire power is a bit discouraging-- any other year, and I think it's fine but some of the other squads lockout infused rosters seem stacked. It's not doom and gloom time, heck the season hasn't even started but they certainly have their work cut out for them and it looks like I'll be watching a lot of manufactured, blue collar goals (my favourite!) this season as I keep an eye on the San Jose prospects. I'm in for a treat.