- December 12, 2011 - 14:25
Sure the building was colder then normol,the ice was beyond terrible in the first,after they cooled the building ice was lot better.Cold these people dont go to smaller rinks i guess,try Smallwood Arena,Prince of Wales,Feilden Gardens etc,It was still warm enough to wear a short sleave shirt
- December 12, 2011 - 12:18
Oh come on guys, suck it up! Try being a parent at any neighborhood rink! When you get home from their games, you prop your feet on the oven door. Perhaps, dare I say, if the fans were a little more rambuctious they'd keep themselves warm! Make some noise! Co Icecaps go!
- David W
- December 12, 2011 - 11:24
Complaining about the cool temps? You've got to be kidding. A little cooler than normal, sure, but they are probably trying to keep the ice condition in better shape. It's still horrible with bouncing pucks and guys blowing tires left, right, and centre out there. We play rec hockey down there and it's hot enough to kill you. Turning down the temp is OK, saves a little on the electric bill and deficit as well.