There is nothing like the excitement of a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Final. The Stanley Cup will be in the house as either the Boston Bruins or St. Louis Blues will hoist it on TD Garden ice to close the books on the NHL season. For fans lucky enough to have or score tickets to Game 7 on Wednesday night it will be a historic night as it will be the first time in franchise history the Bruins will host a Game 7 in the Stanley Cup Final, something Boston, the best hockey city in the United States is ready for.
For those fans who do not have tickets to the game, do not worry, you have another option besides your couch to cheer your Bruins on. The Bruins and Boston Landing have teamed up to host a free watch party at Warrior Ice Arena, the practice home of the Bruins.
Who’s ready to watch GAME 7 live at the arena this Wednesday night! Come join in your best B’s gear + get ready to BE LOUD! @NHLBruins
— Warrior Ice Arena (@WarriorIceArena) June 10, 2019
The watch party is hosted by Boston Landing and Game 7 will be streamed live inside Warrior Ice Arena.
ATTENTION: In place of Movie Night this Wednesday, we’ll be showing Game 7 of the #StanleyCupFinals on the big screen inside @WarriorIceArena (we think you understand😉). Food and alcohol will be available for purchase! https://t.co/Xk6tzAOirf #BrightonMA pic.twitter.com/rql3lC2HiT
— Boston Landing (@boston_landing) June 10, 2019
Since the event is free and open to the public, fans are encouraged to arrive early as the seats are on a first-come, first serve basis. Doors to the facility will open at 7 pm sharp with puck drop for Game 7 officially scheduled for 8 pm. Boston Landing says that food and beverages will be on sale during the game.
Come on down to Warrior Ice Arena Wednesday night, located on 90 Guest Street in Boston, and join your fellow fans that can’t make it to the game and cheer on your Bruins in hopes of winning another Stanley Cup. Fans are encouraged to wear something black and gold. This is a night you will not want to miss … Don’t be late!
Game 7 of the Stanley Cup Final between the Bruins and Blues is scheduled for Wednesday at 8 pm.