How loud was Verizon Center for Caps-Bruins Game 4?
How loud was Verizon Center in the closing minutes of Thursday’s Game 4?
The decibel meter hit 116 at one point, says Caps fan @VeggieTart. Former Caps VP of Communications Nate Ewell tweeted, “Can’t imagine it was Feds vs NYR loud at Verizon Center but that sounded pretty impressive, Caps fans.” Goat, the fan who leads Verizon Center in “Let’s Go Caps” chants, tweeted back, “It was pretty damn close. My ears haven’t warbled like they did tonight (before that last push) in a very long time.”
I was at the Game 7 against the Rangers mentioned above (the loudest sporting event I’ve ever been a part of), but wasn’t in the building last night. My father was in the 400 Level of Verizon Center for both games and he texted, “Almost but no,” when I asked him if the building was as loud last night as it was for that 2009 game.
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Posted on April 20, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Boston Bruins, Caps, hockey, New York Rangers, NHL, sports, Stanley Cup Playoffs, Verizon Center, Washington Capitals. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.