Surveying The Surface… (UPDATED)

So, I finally got off my rear end and checked out the seating area and ice surface.  It’s an uphill battle.  The surface itself doesn’t appear to be damaged — although I noticed a few weird indentations on the end to the right of the logo if you’re facing it — but it’s just dirty looking.  Especially by the boards, it looks pretty bad.  I mean, I really hope that if the game was in question, I’d have heard something by now…but it’s going to be noticeable.

Some of the seats have dirt on them, and people frantically scrambling around the seating area to wipe them off.  It’s going to be an interesting night here.

Photos from 6 PM…gates open:

 

6:10 PM — I’m told from a friend who’s coming to the game that the gates aren’t open yet…apparently, he told me, they’re still cleaning the seats.  So that’s apparently what’s being communicated to the people outside.  Also, Rick Kowalsky was just on the ice surveying the scene…

Mike Ashmore, mashmore98 AT gmail.com

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2 Responses to “Surveying The Surface… (UPDATED)”

  1. Game 6: Pre-Game Notes « Inside The Trenton Titans with Mike Ashmore Says:

    [...] just now, several long smudge-marks are evident at the blue line across from the Titans bench.  Not quite as bad as this, but [...]

  2. http://tinyurl.com/snaplung12203 Says:

    “Surveying The Surface (UPDATED) Inside The Trenton Devils with Mike Ashmore” was in fact extremely entertaining and educational!
    In the present day universe that’s hard to manage. Thank
    you, Henry

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