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Martin
03-08-2007, 10:50 AM
How many people have been to the games this season? If you haven't been to any, why don't you go? If you have been to the games, what did you like about the games??

Eremda
03-08-2007, 11:52 AM
Love to watch the Sea Dogs. We go as a family every chance we get. It is a bit expensive, not the tickets but to feed two kids. But that is all part of the fun. I find sometimes the play is a bit too rough for my liking, but the kids enjoy the fights and checking. I have a child who plays hockey so I know how much padding and protection they wear but still I worry these players are just kids themselves. Lots of fun though. Sat. and Sunday of this week will be the final games of the season and we should all go out and applaud the effort made by these young guys, most of whom are still in High School and away from home. Harbour Station and Sea Dogs management does a great job of promoting a family fun atmosphere, with prizes and between period activities. My kids expecially like the "Chuck a Puck"

Crystalbeach
03-08-2007, 01:06 PM
We went last night..my husband, my son, daughter, son-in-law, grandson & granddaughter..
had a great time ..the game was good...I buy my grandson ticket package for Christmas..
all is good..except for the treats!!
The cost of the tickets are reasonable but the prices of the snacks are through the roof..
I can't see how a family with kids can afford it.

Mandy
03-08-2007, 01:29 PM
We go when we can with our Season Tickets.

We always eat supper/lunch before we go as the prices are high.
When we do buy treats, we usually buy the kids packs for $3. Comes with a pop/popcorn/gummy treat, which we purchase in the first intermission.

The thing I don't like about the games are that the ushers usually don't do anything. Some do, some don't. When the game is in play, not only is it dangerous to stand up/walk the stairs, it is rude. People pay good money to see them play, not people walking around blocking your view. I only wish that was enforced. You should not be travelling up and down the stairs making everyone stand up to let you in your seat while the game is in play. It blocks the view of those trying to watch. Some ushers enforce this, but sometimes they don't.

Other than that, we have a good time!

Eremda
03-08-2007, 01:46 PM
I agree. It is rude to stand up and move during the play. Another peeve is when people think they do not have to stand still during the singing of O'Canada . The people moving about during the play is becoming in my opinion a real problem and some folks are becoming quite irritated.

jdcb
03-08-2007, 03:40 PM
Last two home games of the season are Saturday at 7pm and Sunday at 4pm...

After that it's 3 away games and they're done...

Marigold
03-08-2007, 07:00 PM
My dad bought a couple of flex packs this year, which are great if you know you can't make every game. Five of us are going to Saturday's game. I find the ticket prices are fine, the food is outrageous, but we usually just get a hot chocolate and 1/2 dozen cookies at Tims (when they have hot chocolate! They ran out last time we were there!).


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magoosmomma
03-08-2007, 07:33 PM
we have tickets to Sundays game !! Woohoo.. My kids LOVE the games and always have fun(even my 21 month old) We go a fair bit really..Like Mandy we eat before we go( usually out and make a whole tiem of it) then we get the kids packs as welll(during the first intermission) sometimes we get cotton candy when the guy comes through the stands and take it home