What's all the noise about?
Simple, the Vancouver Canucks are looking to get the jump on the franchise's first Stanley Cup by winning the opening two games of this Final. But the Bruins are looking to make a little history of their own as they attempt to secure the franchise's sixth Stanley Cup.
Put your ear to the NHL.com Decibel Meter for these sound booms during tonight's game:
|TIME OF PERIOD
|Manny! Manny! Manny! (Malhotra) chant||Pre-game
|Finish of Canadian national anthem
|Luongo makes stick save
|Early 1st period||100dB||Snowmobile|
|Malhotra waits for his first face-off||Early 1st period||106dB||Power saw|
|Malhotra first shift, appears on video screen
|Early 1st period||108dB||Power saw|
|Interference call on Chara
|Burrows scores game's first goal
|12:12 of 1st period||111dB||Sandblasting
|Just-missed Erhoff shorthanded attempt||Early 2nd period||102dB||Motorcycle|
|Big Luongo save||Early 2nd period||102dB||Motorcycle|
|Fans groan after spectacular Thomas save||Mid-2nd period||99dB||Snowmobile|
Level at which sustained exposure may result in hearing loss: 90 - 95dB
Pain begins: 125dB
Loudest recommended exposure WITH hearing protection: 140dB
Loudest sound possible: 194dB
Statistics for the Decibel Comparison Chart were taken from a study by Marshall Chasin , M.Sc., Aud(C), FAAA, Centre for Human Performance & Health, Ontario, Canada.