Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Pierre in Orleans, Apr 7, 2018.
Yup. I am aware. This is a lorgaritmac scale. Interesting (for people who don't understand).
Boy Oh Boy....
Sorry hoity toity fans, the game ain't about you either!
Every 3db increase is actually twice as loud. A 10db increase is ten times as loud
Yes I understand because many years ago I studied scientific research and the sound dynamics of the macro scale. But good to post for those who are less intelligent.
It must be awfully fun to sip your martini's and eat your caviar while you cluck your tongue at all the beneath-you franchises.
Okay. Any time I'd suggest that maybe Honda Center wasn't being loud was because they were focused/nervous I'd get laughed down and be told it's because they're all casuals.
I dig that you spelled thoughs wrong but nailed logarithmic.
How do you measure loud?
I was at game 2 in Winnipeg last night and yes, it was very loud. The building was rocking. Great atmosphere in there.
I recall the Shark Tank being a bit louder when I was there for a playoff game in 2013, although I was sitting in the upper bowl for that game and the lower bowl last night so maybe that makes a difference. Anyway, Bell MTS Place is extremely loud!
I think they're discussing the least silent crowd, not the loudest.
Interested to see how Philly does this afternoon.
Hey guys! Which arena do you think has the longest lines for the urinals? That means those people know how to party at a hockey game!
Depends on how many beers I’ve had in relation to the last time I peed. Also a logarithmic scale.
Is it about you?
Peg and Vegas have both impressed me a lot.
Started off great....
Gonna be interesting to see how loud Columbus is with CBJ coming home up 2-0
Columbus is bonkers in the playoffs.
Well, we definitely have our answer. Toronto is putting these other teams to shame. Place is way louder than any other. Expected nothing less
Columbus is going to be insane tomorrow night
Huh? It's pretty quiet....from what I'm seeing. In Boston, the first few rows had a bunch of blue collar fans with beers. In Toronto..well.....suits. Until the Leafs do something ( Unlikely they can) about it, it'll always be quiet.
Props to Devils fans. It was absolutely rocking from my vantage point ( couch). Has NJ always been this loud?
NJ has a very underrated crowd. They definitely weren't always loud though, it started in the 2nd round of the 2012 playoffs when there was a real belief the Devils could make a deep playoff run. The crowds for those Philly and Ranger series were some of the loudest I've heard. Same thing this year. After being away from the playoffs for almost 6 years, there's an excitement surrounding this years team. People are pumped.