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?
Do you like having "Where the streets have no name" as the intro song for the Canucks? If no comment what songs you think should be used instead
Yes (141 votes)
No (136 votes)
277 total votes