I want to apologize, as this is much shorter entry than usual.
This time, the tickets were free! My old middle school science teacher is a huge hockey fan and when she found out that I loved hockey, she offered to give me her tickets to a gave she would be out of town for. Thanks Mrs. Smith!
My dad and I left town around 5:15 and got to the Stockton Arena around 6pm, half an hour before the doors opened for reusable water bottle night!
We immediately went to get in line, and the half hour flew by!
When we got in to the Area and received our water bottles, I headed over to the team store to look around for a little bit.
Inside, they had $5 bobbleheads, but believe it or not, I decided against it, as I am saving money for minor league games this season.
Before the ice was cleared and the rink was prepared for the game.
In the first 5 minutes, the Wranglers took a 1-0 lead.
My dad did get some really good pictures during the first period
In that first period, a fight broke out between two players.
I honestly am having a hard time remembering a lot of the action from the game, but like I said, my dad got some AMAZING photos.
In the first few minutes of the second period, the Thunder countered back, tying the score at 1-1!
In the first minutes of the third period, the Thunder added on a second goal, making the score 3-2.
In the last minutes the Thunder were still down 3-2. The action was down at the Las Vegas goal for the last bit of action and the Thunder came very close several times, but unfortunately were unable to come back. Once the game ended, I looked for a way to get a puck, but had no luck whatsoever, so I walked around looking for leftover souvenirs.
It was certainly a great game, and again, I have to thank my dad for once again taking me and Mrs. Smith for giving me such great tickets!
Again, I apologize for the short entry. Since I didn’t wander around before or have any super exciting stories, the entry was unfortunately much shorter.
However… Tonight (March 17th) I will be going to Game 1 of the Semifinals for the WORLD BASEBALL CLASSIC in San Francisco between Japan and Puerto Rico!
Expect a LONG entry, LOTS of pictures, and a vlog from the game as well!
Thanks for reading!
Nick Badders is a unofficial reporter for MLB.com. He writes the blog, 7000 Coliseum Way, and you can follow him on Twitter @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay. You can also LIKE his blog on Facebook or follow him @nickbatters or his blog @7000ColiseumWay on Instagram. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.