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September 04, 2009


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marina villatoro

I love the kid on the ice! My brother was a huge hockey player when he was in highschool and we used to go with him all the time but that was like 10 years ago. I actaully miss going to a game. I like the fights the most!


Nice pictures! I would love to see a Hockey game, but unfortunately Hockey is not so big over in Europe. Thanks for sharing I am a sports fan, all sports!


As a Jerseyite, I love hockey, but don't think to get out to games very often. Thanks for the reminder as the season ramps up and we look for fun things to do indoors!


Maria V-I thought the kid on the ice was a cute photo, too. The Whalers are very family-oriented and try to have some cool between-period entertainment for kids. I like it when they have the kids' hockey teams in for a short exhibition between periods--usually grade-school age teams...some are tiny, tiny and just learning to stand up on skates!

Maria-Sorry you don't get to see a lot of ice hockey in Europe. I like the fast pace of the game, and we really enjoy the fact we get to see so many games in person.

Wanderluster-If you can find a decent junior-level or high school team, it can be a pretty affordable way to go to a sports event. Our regular home season games start in a couple of weeks, and I'm looking forward to that.

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