"There's so much emotion between these two teams," he said. "They're easy games to get up for. It's kind of built up over the past two years. They're fun games to play in. I think it's more about the personalities on both sides. They don't seem to get on very well. But for us guys who are from B.C., it's always fun to come home and play a team that you grew up watching as a young kid. It's a bit surreal but it's a lot of fun."That from Andrew Ladd. That was one of my concerns before the series. Ladd, Seabrook, Brouwer, Fraser and even Duncan Keith (somewhat) are products of B.C. and I really hate that they are having fun, especially at GM Place in front of their family and friends.