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As the time ticked towards 1, the excitement was building. We were in a section with people that were there mostly for the event, as evidence by the gentlemen next to Brad that kept calling the Flyers, Cheap FUROSEMIDE no rx, the Phillies, and later on when the first frozen fight happened George, Brad and I were the only three people standing and cheering. BUY FUROSEMIDE NO PRESCRIPTION, In a way, I guess I was better as they weren’t all rowdy and at each other’s throats (did I mention there was a lot of Flyers fans) but on the other it sucked because we were on the end and the non fans got up 75 times to go get something, or stop right in front of us to take pictures at the end of the game. Not so much a complaint, as a byproduct of being at a special event somewhere. Big ups to the guy in front of us who noticed the B-2 coming, FUROSEMIDE results. I managed to get a couple of really good pictures as the stealthy mother went right over our heads. Very nice touch.

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After a scoreless first in which it looked like both teams were pretty content to feel each other and the venue out, the Flyers drew first blood when Tim Thomas temporarily lost his mind by shoving Scott Hartnell in the back as Danny Syvret was shooting a puck on goal. BUY FUROSEMIDE NO PRESCRIPTION, Timmy was seeking payback for Hippy Hartnell running him moments before. There was no call, FUROSEMIDE cost, but should have been, and Timmy doled out his own brand of justice at the wrong time. Truthfully, there should have been a penalty called on Timmy, but it would have been washed out by the goal anyway. At the time of the goal, online buying FUROSEMIDE, the thought process for Bruins fans was, oh, it’s early. They’ll get it back.

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BUY FUROSEMIDE NO PRESCRIPTION, The game could not have been more perfectly scripted without getting Hollywood involved. I am so lucky I was able to get seats where I did, but either way, it was a special day at Fenway. I have read a ton of stories about bad site lines, and overpriced tickets, and to those reports I say, what the hell did you expect. It’s a hockey game at a baseball stadium. A once in a lifetime game at that. If you thought you were getting a good seat in the bleachers, or anywhere down low, you were crazy. Over the years the Winter Classic at Fenway will take on a Woodstock effect with 300,000 people claiming to be there. For those of us that were there it was a truly special day that wouldn’t have been ½ as special at Gillette Stadium. I’m sure the view was terrible down low, but the experience of being in Fenway Park on New Year’s Day to see a “Classic” Winter Classic cannot have a price tag put on it.

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1 John Frechette January 3, 2010 at 12:10 pm

I agree whole heartedly, The winter classic is the 1st real game ever played at Fenway. Sounds like an awesome time. Great review.

2 Chris January 3, 2010 at 12:15 pm

It was unreal. Top 5 best days ever.

3 jhenry January 3, 2010 at 6:58 pm

post pictures of the plane!!

4 The Ref January 3, 2010 at 7:58 pm

“Jealous” does not begin to describe it. And I am, of course, referring to J. Henry’s uncanny ability to wear baseball caps.

5 The Hammer January 3, 2010 at 10:41 pm

great post Chris, you really gave life to the game, I was watching the game with folks from Philly (but unlike the people you saw these people were good). Dude those Marines didnt look cold at all, fuckin bad ass fellows

6 Chris January 4, 2010 at 7:26 am

I knew exactly what you meant Ref!

Hammer, they stood there at attention for at least 30 minutes and didn’t move. It was impressive. Unreal being there. Once in a lifetime.

7 Greg January 4, 2010 at 12:33 pm

I had an amazing time at the game, my one wish was that it was held at night, once the sun went down and we were under the lights it was so much easier to follow the game and see the puck from centerfield. It couldn’t have happened at a better time because that was when the game became super exciting as well. The aforementioned marines were all seated in front of us after the ceremony, they were in folding chairs right behind the bullpen. After receiving a sounding ovation from those of us in the bleachers, they took their seats and cheered on the B’s sans coat or gloves. I guess after spending months in the Afghani desert sucking on 120 degree sandstorms, a little New England chill doesn’t bother you too much, men amongst men.

8 Greg January 4, 2010 at 12:37 pm

On a side note, I think Curt Schilling sums up the difference between Boston and Philadelphia fans perfectly here in his interview before the game.

http://www.motionbox.com/videos/0097d6b31a19e7c28f?utm_campaign=play-page&utm_medium=player&utm_source=survivinggrady.com

9 Chris January 4, 2010 at 1:34 pm

Greg,
Happy New Year! I heard the guys in Centerfield chanting USA! USA! Good work. Let me ask you: What were your expectations as far as being able to see the game, and did you think the price you paid (I assume you went through the Bruins) was outrageous? Love to hear from someone that sat out there.

10 Greg January 4, 2010 at 3:34 pm

Same to you Chris, the view was as to be expected, technically we were elevated at center ice but as the ice went from first to third, we were pretty far away. The only issue I had was that the jumbo-tron in left field faced home plate, you couldn’t see it in the outfield, if they had a second one facing center, it would have been perfect. I knew going in it wasn’t about seeing the game, the $125 price tag on the ticket was for the atmosphere, I did enjoy the fact that everyone in section 37 stood for the entire game and went ballistic during Thornton’s fight.

I know that they had considered Harvard’s football stadium as a venue for this game, I think that the Bruins should lobby to have a game there each year, obviously not on New Year’s Day, but maybe a Saturday or Sunday afternoon game in February or early March. The stands there are 10 feet off the field and all seats would face a rink between the hashes at mid field. I think bringing the game back to it’s roots is a wonderful and essential idea to grow the sport in America, it’s unfortunate that Fenway was charging between $10,000 and $30,000 for local high schools to have games played on the ice, it would have done wonders for the sport at the youth level.

Thanks for keeping up the good work Chris, I look forward to reading your posts.

11 Chris January 4, 2010 at 7:09 pm

I like the thought process, but I think it’s impossible to do. This was a NHL event. If Boston were to do it yearly, they’d need the NHL’s ice making/maintaining equipment, plus they’d need the NHL’s blessing. I think you will see 2 outdoor games next year, as the event has grown in popularity.

12 Brad January 5, 2010 at 9:10 pm

Hey Chris nice review Georgie always comes thru for us i’m glad I didn’t kill u web sturm scorer I lowered to a five for lol

13 Greg January 7, 2010 at 8:26 pm

Pretty good one from 22 the other night,
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNcU62wdHRQ
He had much to say this morning on his weekly call-in to Toucher and Rich, don’t know if you heard it Chris but had some comments about Carsillo grandstanding after the fight, mentioned he used to do the same thing when he was younger playing in front of 2000 fans but grew out of it. Said he’d remember it next time they played Philly. If you missed it I’m sure the podcast is on the sportshub’s website.

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