Discussion in 'National Hockey League Talk' started by Pierre in Orleans, Apr 7, 2018.
Yeah. That's pretty lame by now.
I'd say Nashville or Vegas. The more educated crowds tend to be a bit more reserved. Montreal is an exception though, that's a very discerning and loud fan base.
Yeah exactly. People are only starting to complain lately because no one had any idea it was happening since the Sedins were drafted.
It's called keeping the atmosphere going and not getting deterred just because we gave up a goal. We got their backs and don't want to let up. Seems we ended up playing well after that.
Winnipeg hit 114 dB tonight, for thoughs unaware dB is a logarithmic scale and is not a linear scale which means as each dB is gained it has a greater impact, i.e. going from 110db to 111 dB takes more noise increase than going from 109dB to 110dB
I was at games 1 and 2. In game 1 there was a very nervous energy in the crowd. Before the game, the noise was enough to make your ears bleed.. It felt like my head was going to split open. But once the game started and the Jets weren't scoring, or even putting up much offence for the first bit, you could tell everyone was nervous. Then when the Wild took the lead, the nerves came right back.
Game 2 was a different story. Pretty darn loud throughout the game. Go Jets Go chants were plentiful and lots of big cheers for the hits.
Why Don't you become a Preds fan then???
Quit Kissing Ass jets Fans...
Whether you believe it or not The Jets fans are The Best...
I disagree with you as you probably can tell...
I went The World Baseball Classic final game a few years ago, Japan vs. Korea at Dodger Stadium, and I swear it was like being at a UK soccer match in the early 80’s. It was sold out and the fans were going ape **** the whole game non stop with those soccer horns, drums, giant flag waving, painted faces and bodies, the whole nine yards. It made a boring 3 hour game very exciting.
Going withthe Opposite approach here.
What do you think is or will be the LEAST loudest playoff crowd?
For every Nashville/Winnipeg, there’s probably going to be an atmosphere that’s not quite as loud or a bit quiet.
probably the leafs, from what I can remember last season it was like a funeral service was going on in the ACC
Surprised you can post on a horse so high.
Sadly, there is some truth to this. Being focused and appreciative, and emotionally invested, isn't rally compatible with choreographed, cute little pep rally type cheers. Its fun, yes, but it has nothing to do with hockey.
Sorry noisy fans, the game ain't about you!
Was at game 2. It was the most Insane game I’ve ever been apart of, then there was the 15,000 outside the building!
Why so much hate towards Vegas?
Lol when I used this defense for Ducks fans...well I don't need to explain.
Actually, you do. I have no idea what you're talking about.
I was at Jets Game 2. My voice is gone.
It's the Jets.
Had to quote, sorry. It's rally important for you to see this....
Absolutely love the shift in argument from northern elitists. They have seamlessly moved from "You have no fans" to "You have fans and they're insanely loud and into the game BUT they cheer differently and are therefore weird and worse than us so ha we win again."
This seems a little defensive to me. I just think its weird people get so focused on fans making noise; it's the last thing that of interest me when I go to a game. Again, its about the game, not the fans. Whatever, you pay your money so whatever floats your boat I suppose...
15k? Not bad. Keep going.
Here's what I'll say for Nashville. We are loud, we do have chants. We like to drink. And the weather is good for the most part.
We're also welcoming, so come down, enjoy the atmosphere and our town. And to the single guys out there looking for an additional reason to come and enjoy it, know we're the top destination for bachelorette parties in the US.
I'd like to follow up with a simple question to the bolded.
How did you end up in the loudest crowd thread? What did you come here to offer?
I think he came to offer the idea that it's about the game, not the fans from his personal perspective.
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