About the Seats
Are these the seats you want to sit in in the 3rd period of a tight playoff game? Absolutely not. Are these the seats you have to sit in just once to experience it? Absolutely yes!
I've sat in the first round behind the goal at a hockey game, but never on the side of the ice. The view from this close is awful. Each time the puck enters the farthest zone you're praying that nothing happens and it comes down to your end ASAP. Between the players shuffling and the stanchions holding the glass together, you can't see a thing on the other end.
However, these seats are all about the experience. We got there when the doors opened and enjoyed our Club privileges that came with being in the first row (behind the visitor bench). We loaded up on all-inclusive beers, toasted ravs, pretzels, beers, beef, beers and maybe even a mixed drink (is it a surprise that I don't remember?).
The Club is pretty close to this section once you get out to the concourse. But since you're so close to the ice, you do have to hike it up and down the stairs to get to and from your seats.
Overall, I loved that I got to see my Hawks from 6 inches away on the road. But I am disappointed that the view wasn't better. I won't sit here again, but I will recommend it to anyone who's looking to impress a guest or even treat themselves to a fun night. ...More
- being close to the action
- partying and socializing
- impressing a guest
- visiting team fans
- you want to watch the game
- climbing stairs is difficult
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- Blue Note Lounge North between Sections 114 and 115
For Glass Seats tickeholders, the second Blue Note Lounge is located near sections 114 and 115. This bar is fully stocked like the main Blue Note Lounge.