Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Pierre in Orleans, Apr 7, 2018.
Toronto has the least intimidating fanbase in Canada and it’s not even close.
Just wait till tomorrow.
Thats what happens when it's a sea of suits.
Probably Jets. Though I don't really find it meaningful to order teams by loudness only (in dB), but by how intimidating they are. "Go Team Go" in 110 dB is pretty boring compared to actual singing and original chants in 109 dB.
Embarrassing. Night and day between the Boston crowd and Toronto.
Pittsburgh's is really...underwhelming. Not as loud as the old barn.
The Rock is small and the fans are right on top of the ice, it gets loud as hell in there
Avalanche fans were rocking yesterday
I wondered about the layout/design at the arena. I've watched NJ games through the years but when I tuned in for last night's game I thought the crowd was crazy loud. Probably the best I've heard so far.
There aren't many original chants left. Everyone is basically all doing the same chants these days.
They really were. You could tell they jacked to finally be back in the playoffs
shl fans is louder than nhl fans. in shl the whole crowd is clapping their hands for 60 minutes and 500 fans is singing for 60 minutes.
the shl final is right now, go and watch a stream if you guys want very loud hockey crowd for 60 minutes.
What does it matter?
In my experience, the loudest, most boisterous fans also tend to be the ones most likely to jump up out of their seats every time the home team carries the puck into the offensive zone.
And no one -- NO ONE -- likes to sit behind those *******s.
Really look. Do you see any?
Love me some Canadian elitism, eh!
I’d like a point of clarification please.
Are we talking largest crowd in terms of noise made during the game?
Or are we talking largest crowd whining about things between games?
Very very different question....
Crowd at game? My guess is Winnipeg or Nashville.
Crowd whining during and between games? I have a clear opinion but it would be inappropriate for me to say.
I agree with this completely, and look forward to Golden Knights team and fans creating unique chants. the "Go Knights Go" thing is, sorry, lame and precisely what other teams do, except the ones with the far different "Let's go Team" chants. The "Shame" chant we're trying to get established whenever opponents go to the bin is a start....say what you want about it, but at least it isn't "Go Knights Go" or "Beat LA" repeated over and over and over.
Finally get to hear that CBJ crowd tonight. That place shakes. Last year they stood like nearly the entire first period going nuts. Our first ever 2 game lead having a chance to move forward and get to the team we know we can beat but no one else thinks we can.
Yeah, my missing voice is an indication of how long we have been waiting to cheer for our team in the playoffs. It was rocking inside and the chants of "let's go Devils!" could be heard from blocks away after the game.
I mean, I'm only watching on tv but it didn't seem very loud at all.
Sounds like a pre season game at the ACC
Toronto loudest and most intimidating
Are those chants in Nashville orchestrated by the organization or did they originate from the fans?
Jets game was bonkers loud last night, btw. Not to mention the noise coming from the 15-20,000 people partying outside BellMts.
Exactly. But on the plus size that means there is money and that means they will never have attendance issues. Look at the Jets last year when we were doing bad, people couldn't give their tickets away.
I don't know what "singing" means, but the Jets rank first for just overall never ending noise and chanting.