Chicago Blackhawks: Why Seeing a Game Is Still One of the Best Experiences

December 23rd, 2010 by Tyler Juranovich Leave a reply »
Yesterday, I had the privilege of going to the Chicago Blackhawks versus Nashville Predators game at the United Center.

It was the first, and hopefully not the last, game I've been to this year.

As a big Blackhawks fan, I'd love to go to more games, but, as some of you might know, tickets are pretty expensive. Not coming from a rich family—far from it—seeing a Blackhawks game is a special privilege. 

This year I thought I'd treat myself to a game. I picked one out, saved my money and, once I had enough, immediately grabbed some good 300 section tickets for the game Wednesday night.

Parking for the United Center isn't bad at all. That said, you're going to have to spend around $12-20 but, if you're a sports fan, you're used to that already. 

Across from gates two and three is a memorial sculpture added to the United Center in 2000.

The sculpture shows six, life-sized players all wearing different jerseys from the six eras in team history. It's the perfect photo opportunity for families or couples. 

Once you walk into th ...

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