A lot has been made of the Las Vegas Golden Knights’ pre-game ceremonies during the Stanley Cup Finals.
The theatrics include a medieval sword fight and a bizarre drum line with neon visors.
I don’t strongly dislike or like the pre-game show from the Golden Knights. I just find it….odd.
But some folks are digging it — calling it one of the most electrifying atmospheres in the playoffs.
Wow was such a good game.. the atmosphere in #Vegas is electrifying.
It’s hard to pick a team but @capitals & #ovechkin #Ovi deserve a #ring#Stanleycup #lasvegas #vegasknights pic.twitter.com/2n4AuihUol
— KMacHoek77 (@Kimmymac14) May 31, 2018
Nashville Preds defenseman P.K. Subban, however, made sure to make it known that the city of Nashville, when it comes to hockey atmospheres, is second to none.
PK Subban, NBC guest analyst, says “let’s get this straight, Nashville is second to no one” when talking about Vegas arena.
— Steve Layman (@SteveLayman) June 8, 2018
The Preds might be at home right now, but Subban is correct that Nashville has the best atmosphere in hockey.
If you disagree, you can go ahead and light me up in the comments. But I’m riding with Subban on this one.
Featured image via Sporting News