Blackhawks fans still manage to infiltrate Lightning's arena (Video)
The Tampa Bay Lightning are hosting the Chicago Blackhawks in the Stanley Cup Finals. To try and maintain their home ice advantage and keep out those pesky and loud Blackhawks fans, the Lightning tried restricting ticket sales to prevent them from finding their way into the arena.
With tickets so readily available on the second hand market, it was probably a worthless effort that most likely succeeded in making it a little bit more expensive.
It also doesn't seem to have worked very well, with Blackhawks fans finding their way into the arena. A person on Reddit posted a video of Blackhawks fans in a concourse, presumably although not confirmed to be in the Lightning's arena, chanting "let's go Blackhawks" at a deafening level.
Props to that one female Lightning fan trying to start a "Let's Go Lightning" chant to compete all by herself. It wasn't working though, the Tampa Bay fans were clearly overmatched in at least this one corner of the arena, though it might not be quite as dominating inside the actual arena.
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