Now I'm not sure if this has been brought up before, but talking with a co-worker several weeks ago, he mentioned he doesn't think U2's "Where The Streets Have No Name" was a good song to open a hockey game. He mentioned Chicago's use of Ted Nugent's "Stranglehold" and LA's use of "Back In Black" as intro songs that get you pumped. I like the idea of using "Where The Streets Have No Name" as opposed to using a song that gets you pumped. I find it more inspiring (as corny as it may sound) and it actually does get me pumped. It gives you goosebumps and sends shivers down your spine in a different way than something harder sounding would. I'd rather save songs that pump you up for goals and the final stages of a game, PK, OT etc... What do you you think? Do you like the song, or what other song should be used instead? Should it stay? Or should it go?