Great memories of that place. The noise was incredible - I'll never forget the white outs. The Jets left town right when I was getting old enough to start going to games on my own and becomming a customer, I would kill to be a season ticket holder today.
The dancing weiner, the queen and all the burnt out light bulbs on the scorebord... Things I'll always remember.
The best memory I have is from the '91 (I think) playoffs when Dave Ellett beat Bill Ranford with a screamer from the point in double OT to give the Jets a 3-1 series lead. It was their last win, and the Oilers went on to come back and win the Cup. When that goal went in, I was in the upper deck with my family and the crowd erruption caused the entire deck to shake and move. As a 12 year old I found that pretty scary.
I used to sell popcorn there for a couple years...walking down that steep north end with a tray of popcorn blocking your feet was kinda scary
but the loudest I've ever seen it was when the Donny Lalonde vs Sugar Ray fight was broadcast there. When Donny knocked him down the place erupted The whole building shook!