20 April, 2012

Hockey game



What's the most popular sport in Canada? Needless to say, it is hockey.

I went to Bell center with three friends. Before we found our seat, I bought a hot dog which was not only expensive (4 loonies) but also miserably tiny. Despite the fact that I felt I was ripped off by the undersized hot dog, it didn't kill my excitement for seeing the game. While I was waiting for the game to begin, I enjoyed the ambiance of the stadium, listening to the music and reading the colorful scrolling text marquee.

I didn't really know who those teams were, I just needed to know which team I was going to support, and make sure there were no other supporters against me. The game soon started, and my eye ball followed the puck the whole night long. My blood was flowing when I saw the team I was supporting hit the puck into the opponent's goal, I was screaming like a crazy. What a good spot for releasing stresses.

In the break time, there were some cheerleaders dancing, a couple of cars were shooting souvenirs into the audience and a couple of cute ice polish car were tiding up the ice floor. We could often see people on the screen. There was an unwritten rules which is, if a couple was seen on the screen, they had to kiss. So I saw an elder couple (see the picture in the middle above) kissed one another that was very cute.

Overall, although the game I went to watch was not a professional game, I was quite satisfied. Next time I go there I'm gonna buy a beer for getting even crazier.

3 comments:

jennifer said...

hi 你好:) 我也是台灣女生
我暑假有計劃要去montreal一個月左右
可以問你一些關於那裡的問題嗎?
如果可以的話可以用email嗎?
我的email: jenny810302@hotmail.com

JingYuan said...

Hello, I'm a Taiwanese boy and about to graduate. I'm also considering about going to Montreal. Are you studying in French or English program in McGill University? or some private language school?

blackbear mtl said...

No, I used to study in a private language school. I'm learning both languages by myself now.