Right now, until 9:00 tonight and from 4:00-9:00 PM tomorrow, you can walk right in to T-Mobile Arena to view the world’s best hockey arena with the ice, boards, nets, Zamboni, and everything else that makes up the coolest sport on Earth. Well, except the players and the actual game.
Murray Craven, Todd Pollock, Dan Marrazza and other team representatives are at the arena answering questions. George Salami is driving the Zamboni keeping the ice surface in pristine shape. You can walk right up on to both benches and see the ice up close and personal. (When I went back last night the doors to the benches were closed, hopefully they are open again tonight)
Every seat in the lower and upper bowls are available to fans to sit and take a look at the views.
When they announced there would be an open house I was kind of thinking, oh yeah, ho hum, no big deal. Then I got there, and my mind was changed. Just to be in the arena with the hockey configuration and to be able to have access to just about everywhere you’ll be able to go during a game is truly a special experience that won’t come around often.
I highly recommend anyone who reads this site that has a chance to do so, make your way down there before they close up shop, cause the next time there will be ice laid will be in September, and you’re gonna need a ticket for that one.
Later on either tonight or tomorrow I’m going to get a picture of the best seat and worst seat in every P-section. Check back for that article later.
Here are a bunch of pictures and videos…