Canadians Fan Screams 'Go Habs Go' During Moment Of Silence For The Late Senators Assistant Mark Reeds
Listen, that Canadians fan deserves every bad thing that happened to him. At the very least, I'm sure he didn't leave the game dry. Anytime you take it upon yourself to scream in support of your team when the entirety of the building is silent you are an asshole, and you deserve to get stoned by the nosebleeders on the upper concourse. Even more so during a tribute to a man who just recently passed away from a deadly disease. However, that was a pretty long moment of silence, no? I feel like they generally keep them way shorter than this for exactly that reason. It's virtually impossible to put 15-20,000 drunken fans that are revved up for some playoff hockey in one place and expect silence for over 10 seconds. And aren't you supposed to keep the circumstances the same throughout the entire moment of silence? If it weren't for the entire building being muted I would assume that the lights going off would signal the end of the recognition as well. Doesn't make this Canadians fan right. He very clearly had ill intentions. I'm just saying there is always going to be one moron, likely many more than that. Especially during the playoffs. If you want a memorial to go smoothly, it's probably best to keep it short and make sure it has a distinct start and end. Better to have a successful 5 second ceremony than have a dumb drunken canuck ruin your 10 second one.