In Monday night's back and forth game between the New Jersey Devils and Montreal Canadiens, each team had a little to cheer for, such as when Michael Ryder scored in the third period to knot the game at two apiece. One of probably 10 Devils fans in the whole building decided to have the nerve to stand and cheer his team's goal - and was promptly forced back down into his seat by a Bell Centre usher.
Seriously, if you watch closely enough, you can see the usher's hands putting pressure on the guy's shoulders to get him to sit just seconds after the Devils scored. I get that he's a fan of the opposition, but having been in an arena when Habs fans invade, this guy was quaint in comparison. Let him have his fun.
Thats Curly From The Three Stooges Sneakin Up Behind The Devils Fan... He's Saying, "Why Certaintly Ynuk Ynuk Ynuk Ynuk Woo Woo Woo Woo Woo Woo Woo... Boop Bop... Oh!" Yar Ruff!
The video doesn't show the entire story. The Usher isn't pulling him down,, he is pulling the guy towards him. Why, because he is not at his seats. If you notice, there are no seats where he is standing. Investigating pics of the inside of the Bell Centre proves this. Where there bars are located, there aren't actaully seats. This is a bogus video claim.
The Bell Centre was built for hockey and the stands are very steep. Have you considered whether this fan was standing on his seat, and for his safety the attentive usher kindly guided him down and out of danger? That's standard operating procedure at the arena, except in the case of boston fans, when a tranquilizer gun is employed.
@VinAm10 I'm sorry, but when did an Usher have the responsibilities of a Bouncer? I've worked jobs doing both and they're very different. Not one arena I have ever been in, has an Usher put his or her hands on somebodies shoulders to get them to set back down. Clearly, if you think that behavior like that is acceptable, you must be thick and slow.