Number Twenty Nine wrote:Hopefully bad reffing wont kill this for us. The Habs fans taking over Scotiabank will be hard to take in playoff games.
We have what it takes to win this, but it will be no cakewalk for either team.
My number 1 worry is the potential for poor officiating giving the Habs the unfair advantage.
Bruins will face the same tilted ice I think.
I thought games 3 or 4 in Ottawa were basically sold out before the Sens played the Bruins. Now unless most of the Sens season seat holders are actually Habs fans -- how could they fill the building.. UNLESS Sens fans sell them the tickets. Which would severely piss me off.
BTW apparently tonight on the CBC panel for the playoffs.. Mr. Glenn Healey called Karlsson a one-trick pony. I hate that CBC is doing the Sens series... I really hate it. At least Healey is doing his beloved Leafs series.. and I hope they get their asses kicked really bad.
Tickets were sold out before and during the Bruins game. As soon as that one ended, some new tickets were available at way higher prices...
Worst Marketing/Business Dept in hockey...
Those tickets were already made available earlier to the "Sens Insider" mailing list. No excuses. Don't blame this on the marketing department.
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