Richard and I had the privilege of attending a media preview of the Molson Canadian Hockey House yesterday. The Cathedral of Hockey, as Molson has dubbed it, came as advertised.
On one side of the MCHH, there were big bars, lounge-style seating, a concert stage, a few bubble hockey tables and plenty of big, HD TVs. A more private side – reserved for VIPs, players and their families – featured the same (minus the concert stage and bubble hockey).
As you can see from the photos, they spared no expense in putting the place together. Those fortunate enough to get tickets during the Games should be in for a treat.