Pics: My Night At The Rock

Posted by StevenWoj on February 8, 2013

I was surprised yesterday afternoon with a call from my brother-in-law telling me someone backed out so he had an extra (free) ticket to last nights game.

Not only was the ticket free, but this was one of his “upgrade games”, which is a benefit the team has offered season ticket holders where they upgrade your seats two price levels, so we would be sitting downstairs. I couldn’t pass up this opportunity.

When we got to the game we stopped at the service table set up in the concourse to find out that not only were we downstairs, the tickets were 4th row!

I brought my camera knowing that we would be sitting closer than I am used to, so I thought I would share some of my photos with you:

(click on the pics for full size image)

Marty making a save on Stamkos

Adam Henrique

Read for the faceoff

Volchenkov shot that lead to...

Henrique goal!

Greene getting a shot through traffic

Patrik Elias looks hungry

Stefan Matteau

It's a power play goal! *F* you Sam Rosen

Clarkson gets on the scoresheet..

Ready for the shot

Ilya Kovalchuk

Here is a link to the complete album.

Let me know what you think!

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3 Responses to “Pics: My Night At The Rock”

  1. Sarra Says:

    Whoa, you got a really great shot of my friend riding the zamboni! Would you mind if I e-mailed it to him?

  2. Kitty Says:

    Nice pics! What did you take them with and where the heck were you sitting?!

  3. StevenWoj Says:

    Sarra – I would like nothing more than for you to e-mail it to him. In fact, as I was taking it, I was thinking, I can’t wait to post this picture to see if I can somehow get it back to him. If you want, DM me on Twitter with his e-mail and I can shoot him the picture (not sure if it posts with the same full resolution).
    Kitty – Thanks!! We were in the fourth row and I used my Canon 10D camera (which is an older DSLR camera) with a 75mm-300mm zoom lens. I can go into more detail in terms of the camera set-up if you are really interested.