With snus of course. Can’t not sell snus at a hockey game!
We got some cheap paid seats, which were great, right by the ring. But the most interesting seats were by far the standing section. Cheaper for sure, but also full of crazy fans!
In the beginning of this game, they have tribute to some hockey players that were leaving the team. So they ran out of time for the national anthem. Bummed me out, I was looking forward to that part!
It was awesome to see a bit more of the Swedish culture. You know, like selling the snus at the hockey game. Or how about all of the gambling booths to bet on the game. But I think my favorite of the night, the one that made me laugh, was when my friends passed me this to snack on during the game.
Godis of course! Not pop corn. Not peanuts. Not a beer (that is not allowed inside the arena). But godis. Can you get more Swedish I ask?
It was fabulous. And of course, a hockey game is not a hockey game without a fight! It cracked me up, because it took about 2 minutes for them to finally intervene to break up the fight. Its almost as if fighting in a game is a requirement
All in all it was a great game, and a great first experience! Makes me want to come back for more and more. And I will be back.
Thank you again to Anna, the wonderful bride, for hosting me and taking me to a hockey game during her wedding week! Couldn’t ask for a better friend.
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