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Must See Hockey Movies


Here are some must see hockey movies


Slap Shot Miracle The Mighty Ducks 1, 2 & 3



Mystery, Alaska Young Blood Sudden Death


Happy Gilmore – Not really a hockey movie, more of a golf one but it is one of my favorite movies of all time so I had to include it!

An Adam Sandler comedy about a failed hockey player who decides to join the PGA Tour as a pro golfer.


Les Boys / The Boys – A French Quebec / Quebecor Comedy about hockey

What’s your favorite hockey movie of all time? Comment below

Music Played at NHL Hockey Games


There is a lot of music to be heard at an NHL hockey game.  They play music every time the whistle is blow and the game stops.  You better enjoy Classic Rock if your going to watch a hockey game live or on TV because they play a lot of it.  I love the music they play, it gets me all pumped up during the game!


Here is a list of music you can expect to hear during an NHL hockey game.


  • 2 Unlimited – Get Ready For This
  • AC/DC – Anything AC/DC
  • Black Sabbath – Paranoid
  • Darude – Sandstorm
  • Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me
  • Chumbawamba – I Get Knocked Down
  • Crystal Method – Name of The Game
  • Guns ‘N Roses – Welcome to the Jungle
  • Europe – The Final Countdown
  • Journey – Don’t Stop Believing
  • Kiss – Rock & Roll All Night
  • Marilyn Manson – Beautiful People
  • Metallica – Enter Sandman
  • Nickelback – Saturday
  • Ozzy Osbourne – Crazy Train
  • Paul Leka – Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye
  • Quiet Riot – Come On Feel The Noise
  • Queen – We Will Rock You!
  • Rage Against the Machine – Renegades of Funk
  • Stompin’ Tom Connors – The Hockey Song
  • Tragically Hip – Fifty Mission Cap
  • Trooper – Raise a Little Hell
  • Twisted Sister – We’re Not Gonna Take It
  • Van Halen – Panama
  • Zombie Nation – Kernkraft 400


The song that gives me chills every time its played when the Stanley Cup Champion team wins is:

  • Queen – We Are The Champions


I will forever miss the old Hockey Night in Canada Song  ( The Hockey Theme, composed by Dolores Claman and orchestrated by Jerry Toth ) which is now replaced by Canadian Gold by Colin Oberst.


If you know any other good hockey songs that I missed comment below.


Also, check out Don Cherry’s Hockey Hits












How to Prepare to Attend an NHL Hockey Game

I love going to watch hockey games.  I enjoy everything about it, well except the amount of money that I spend there.  Here are a few things you will want to know before attending an NHL hockey game.

  • Dress for the team you are cheering for.  Wear their jersey, paint your face.  Do whatever.  They even have pink jerseys if you want to stay girlie.  It’s warm in the arenas so don’t layer yourself with clothing.
  • Gather some cash because everything is jacked up in price.  Especially the alcohol.  Be prepared to spend over $7.00 a drink.
  • You better like beer, because that’s what they serve.   I don’t like beer so I get stuck drinking those really sugary coolers.
  • Be ready to eat greasy food.  They serve hot dogs, hamburgers, popcorn, there’s nothing healthy.
  • If you want to look like you are actually enjoying the game then you better be prepared to cheer like a crazy person!  Just try to resist cheering when the games in play or you might get kicked out. haha.
  • Watch out for the opposite team’s fans, they will boo you and curse at you every chance they get.
  • Brace yourself for blood and violence!  There is bound to be a fight during the game!  Maybe some flying teeth!
  • You will run into a lot of weird looking people and/or groups all dressed up.  Don’t worry they are just totally crazed out hockey fans.  They always make me laugh!
  • Be ready to hear a lot of Classic Rock, like AC/DC and Queen.  The music one of my favorite things about the game.
  • If you are attending a playoff game you will see all these beards.  It is the playoff beard, which is a superstitious thing where the players and even the fans will not shave their beard during the playoffs until their team is eliminated or they win the Stanley Cup.  Eww I know its disgusting.
  • Make sure you figure out how you are going to get home, it is always a difficult task trying to get home after the game because it is so crowded.  Don’t drink and drive!
  • DON’T forget your ticket!


Where to Watch NHL Hockey Games Online

nhl games onlineBeing a Leafs Fan in Vancouver makes it hard to catch every leaf game on TV.  I often find myself streaming NHL games online.  There are a few places you can easily watch hockey games online both free and paid.

Where to Watch NHL games online – Paid

  • NHL GameCentre LIVE

Where to Watch NHL games online – Free
Type these places into google as I’ve noticed their URL’s change often.

  • FirstRow Sports

Do you know of any other websites that let you watch NHL games for free?  Put them in the comments below for everyone to watch.

Abbotsford Heat Hosting The Toronto Marlies

The Abbotsford Heat are hosting the Toronto Marlies on November 1st and November 2nd.  Both games start at 7:00 PM at the Abbotsford Entertainment and Sports Centre.

Ticket prices are as follows:

  • Goal-$15.00
  • Corner-$25.00
  • Blue Line-$34.00
  • Centre Ice-$40.00

If you are a group of ten or more people, with a coordinated group leader, then prices drop to the following prices:

  • Goal-$13.50
  • Corner-$22
  • Blue Line-$29
  • Centre Ice-$35

As well, Friday November 2nd they are having “Big Ticket Night” which involves $1 hot dogs and $2 beer.

If you are interested in coordinating a group or just wants to come to the game you can call 1-877-452-HEAT(4328)or (604)743-4328.

Visit the Abbotsford Heat’s website here

Leafs Fans Meetup in Vancouver

Time to get all the Toronto Maple Leafs Fans in Vancouver together to watch a game downtown.
Once we get a few people we can choose a date and bar! RSVP Below!

RSVP to Leafs Fans Meetup in Vancouver

Vancouver Canucks Tickets Go On Sale

Vancouver Canucks tickets will go on sale Saturday, September 24th at 10 AM for the 2011-2012 season.  You can purchase tickets online at Ticketmaster or by phone at 1-855-523-6800.  Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster Ticket Centres and the Rogers Arena Box Office starting Monday, September 26th.

The Vancouver Canucks are also having a pre-sale for tickets on Friday, September 23rd at 2:00 PM till 10:00 PM.  To get the Canucks pre-sale code you will have to go like their Facebook Page and it will be revield there.

I`m super excited to get tickets to the game on February 18th because that is when the Toronto Maple Leafs come to Vancouver!!! I hope I get tickets!!

Toronto Maple Leafs Ticket Sale Information

The Toronto Maple Leafs Preseason sale will start this Friday, August 26th, 2011.  Don’t miss out!
Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Saturday, August 27th.

Your options to get tickets are:

  • Join the Leafs Last Minute Club. You will be informed of the presale and also throughout the season a limited number of tickets are released 72, 48 and 24 hours prior to select Maple Leafs home games.
  • By following the Leafs on Twitter @mapleleafs. They will be having a pre-sale on Twitter. The presale code will be Tweeted before Tickets go on sale Friday.
  • Join the Toronto Maple Leafs Facebook page.  On Friday the presale code  will be released on their Facebook page.

Toronto Maple Leafs Tickets will be available at Ticketmaster.

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