Molson Builds the Mother of all Hockey Houses

18 Responses

  1. VancityAllie says:

    That. Is. AWESOME!

    I wish I could afford that, but that is still totally sick. Damn!

  2. VancityAllie says:

    That. Is. AWESOME!

    I wish I could afford that, but that is still totally sick. Damn!

  3. VancityAllie says:

    Hmm, but do you think people will really have to pay $500 just to watch a game on a screen? Or will they be selling their own tickets?

  4. VancityAllie says:

    Hmm, but do you think people will really have to pay $500 just to watch a game on a screen? Or will they be selling their own tickets?

  5. Richard Loat says:

    I think there’s more to it than just watching the game on a big screen for $500 bucks. It’s a bringing together of the players and the fans, and the area is state of the art in every way. The fan interaction during the game is going to be an experience unlike any other, and it’s also going to be the hockey hub for all fans that aren’t fortunate enough to get into the actual venue.

  6. Richard Loat says:

    I think there’s more to it than just watching the game on a big screen for $500 bucks. It’s a bringing together of the players and the fans, and the area is state of the art in every way. The fan interaction during the game is going to be an experience unlike any other, and it’s also going to be the hockey hub for all fans that aren’t fortunate enough to get into the actual venue.

  7. Chris says:

    As much as I would love to partake in that experience, the cost alone would probably kill me – I can’t justify tickets to one Canucks game, let alone that much to experience one day of the Olympics.

    I think I’ll just stick to my Canada vs. Switzerland Men’s Hockey game and that will be that.

  8. Chris says:

    As much as I would love to partake in that experience, the cost alone would probably kill me – I can’t justify tickets to one Canucks game, let alone that much to experience one day of the Olympics.

    I think I’ll just stick to my Canada vs. Switzerland Men’s Hockey game and that will be that.

  9. pastrbuzz says:

    You would think that anyone who has the bones to pay 5 notes to watch a game on a screen, would have sufficient leverage to get lower bowl seats at the game– where the Players are even MORE life-like!

  10. pastrbuzz says:

    You would think that anyone who has the bones to pay 5 notes to watch a game on a screen, would have sufficient leverage to get lower bowl seats at the game– where the Players are even MORE life-like!

  11. Adam Moffat says:

    Hey Richard, great post! Really captured the excitement of the project. You’re dead on – it’s not just a place to watch a hockey game or a simple beer tent. It’s MUCH more than that. Not a stretch to call this a once in a lifetime opportunity for Canadian hockey fans. Plan is to announce some A-List bands in the coming weeks to add to the lineup. Not only the best hockey games, but the best concert and the best party rolled into one. Glad you could make it out to announcement. Look forward to next catch up.

  12. Adam Moffat says:

    Hey Richard, great post! Really captured the excitement of the project. You’re dead on – it’s not just a place to watch a hockey game or a simple beer tent. It’s MUCH more than that. Not a stretch to call this a once in a lifetime opportunity for Canadian hockey fans. Plan is to announce some A-List bands in the coming weeks to add to the lineup. Not only the best hockey games, but the best concert and the best party rolled into one. Glad you could make it out to announcement. Look forward to next catch up.

  13. PRS says:

    Seems like Molson invited quite a few bloggers to this unveiling and they all swallowed the Molson PR pitch hook, line and sinker. I will be surprised if the organizers convince many fans to spend more money to watch the games on TV than in person. The initial $500/day prices will create some hype and make those receiving comp passes feel special but by February I expect $50-100 will get in you in the tent and it will still be empty on the days when Canada’s men’s team is not playing.

  14. PRS says:

    Seems like Molson invited quite a few bloggers to this unveiling and they all swallowed the Molson PR pitch hook, line and sinker. I will be surprised if the organizers convince many fans to spend more money to watch the games on TV than in person. The initial $500/day prices will create some hype and make those receiving comp passes feel special but by February I expect $50-100 will get in you in the tent and it will still be empty on the days when Canada’s men’s team is not playing.

  15. vipthrills says:

    Hey guys,

    I work for a company that will be hosting charity auctions in conjunction with the Molson Canadian Hockey House, for the duration of the Olympics.

    I thought you might want to know that we have some super hot and exclusive offers that will only be up for grabs until Feb. 11th. Imagine sitting down for lunch, or dinner with a hockey legend like Grant Fuhr, Paul Coffey, Denis Potvin or Luc Robitaille!

    This is definitely for a certain kind of audience, as there is a certain kind of price tag attached to it, but these really are once in a life time experiences.

    You can read more about it at http://vipthrills.com/mchh/?p=7

  16. vipthrills says:

    Hey guys,

    I work for a company that will be hosting charity auctions in conjunction with the Molson Canadian Hockey House, for the duration of the Olympics.

    I thought you might want to know that we have some super hot and exclusive offers that will only be up for grabs until Feb. 11th. Imagine sitting down for lunch, or dinner with a hockey legend like Grant Fuhr, Paul Coffey, Denis Potvin or Luc Robitaille!

    This is definitely for a certain kind of audience, as there is a certain kind of price tag attached to it, but these really are once in a life time experiences.

    You can read more about it at http://vipthrills.com/mchh/?p=7

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