Most intimidating hockey fans

29-Apr-2016 02:23

“They got going in warmups and there was catfish (thrown onto the ice) then, and they’re bringing the energy. It’s amazing to be a part of it.” One of Nashville’s goal scorers on Saturday, Freddy Gaudreau, echoed similar sentiments.“The fans, it’s unbelievable, to be honest,” he said. It’s a seventh man, honestly, it gives us a boost every time we’re out there.” Being able to carry that momentum on the ice into Game 4 will be big for the Predators, who managed to hold both Evgeni Malkin and Sidney Crosby without a shot on goal, but will again have a difficult time holding down the Penguins’ top talent.For the full review, just click on any of the stadium names listed below. We've visited more than 2,000 stadiums and arenas collectively.Our list includes major leagues, minors, special events, and college athletics.“Sometimes, nothing is happening on the ice, and they just start (cheering) and it gives us legs. “We just have to keep doing what we’ve done; forecheck and keep staying on the attack,” Arvidsson said.“I think we were better than them (Saturday) too, and we really were all over them in the second period, and in the third we just kept going. When we got the chances, we were baring down and executing and finishing.” Added Gaudreau: “We need to keep focusing on the positive stuff.Our ratings take into account the food & beverage served in the stadium, the overall atmosphere, the neighborhood where the stadium is located, the fans, access (which includes traffic, parking, ability to move around, and restrooms), the overall return on investment, and one final extras category.

(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) The atmosphere in Bridgestone Arena on Saturday night was unlike anything ever seen in the Stanley Cup Final.I just missed the Brendan Morrison era but even if I'd seen it, I'd probably still believe Comrie is the closest thing to an on-ice avatar of the Red Berenson era in existence.He was a tiny puck wizard who defied all logical modes of playing hockey with sheer talent.Some feel like we're comparing apples to oranges when we cross over between sports and leagues.So for those of you who are interested in seeing our rankings within specific leagues, then this is for you.

(AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) The atmosphere in Bridgestone Arena on Saturday night was unlike anything ever seen in the Stanley Cup Final.I just missed the Brendan Morrison era but even if I'd seen it, I'd probably still believe Comrie is the closest thing to an on-ice avatar of the Red Berenson era in existence.He was a tiny puck wizard who defied all logical modes of playing hockey with sheer talent.Some feel like we're comparing apples to oranges when we cross over between sports and leagues.So for those of you who are interested in seeing our rankings within specific leagues, then this is for you.And I held on to that cynicism right up until the moment it melted out of my ears and trickled down onto my shoulders, along with what used to be my eustachian tubes and an undetermined number of brain cells. We can argue over whether the Jets invented it, but there’s no doubt they’ve perfected it. The Ducks finished the season with the West’s best record for the second consecutive year.