Brick Pig

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Brick Pig last won the day on October 24 2015

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  1. Could be. My Ticketmaster login from within the Devils Account Manager is different from my regular Ticketmaster login, and for whatever reason the Ticketmaster app won't recognize it.
  2. Seat location is the only reason I renewed this year, and I think it's probably not going to be enough to hold me next time around. My wife's work schedule makes it nearly impossible for her to get to weeknight games, and now that they've made it harder to sell (or even give away) the spares I'm expecting it to be more trouble than it's worth going forward. We'll see how it goes this season, but I believe this is my farewell tour.
  3. At the risk of being Captain Obvious, I'd remind anyone with an iPhone that you can save the tickets to the Wallet app* on your phone and you won't have to log in over and over and over in the Devils app. I imagine you can do the same on an Android phone, but I don't have any first hand knowledge of those. *As far as I can determine, you have to log into your account via Safari (or whatever browser you use). The Devils app doesn't seem to have a button to save to Wallet.
  4. Kind of amazing the score stayed so close all night, given that the Devils had almost a ful period's worth of penalty minutes. On the seemingly rare occasion that they were even strength, I thought they didn't look too bad overall. (More or less agree with all Sundstrom's observations above.) Nice to see some good speed on our team after several seasons of ... well ... not very good speed.
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  6. So last night during the game, I opened the official NJ Devils app on my phone and discovered that it is now just a trigger to open the official NHL app. Now how are we supposed to sign in to our membership accounts on there?
  7. Assuming all this is true, and assuming it works as well in reality as it says in the description, then I'll be fine with it. More than fine with it, in fact; if it works properly I'll be in favor of it.
  8. Clearly my rep either had no idea what he was talking about, or he plain old lied to me about forwarding tickets.
  9. Yep, that's exactly why I posted this here; because what my guy said is not what other people have been told. And my guy also said we're behind the Ticketmaster change, not "getting out ahead" of it. As I said, only time will tell. I don't think there's any real chance we're going to know how any of this works before we actually get the tickets and our online accounts get updated. I don't think the ticket reps really know, either.
  10. I just spoke to my rep about getting paper tickets, and he said nothing is changing in regards to managing our tickets online. He said, and I quote, "You'll still be able to forward or sell your tickets online exactly like before." To which I asked, specifically, would I still be able to email tickets to my brother-in-law that he could print out like always. He said yes. I suppose only time will tell, since this seems to conflict with other information we've heard. (He said he'd keep me on his list as a "maybe" for paper tickets, until we have our tickets in-hand and I can see for myself.)
  11. Heh, I've got nothing against towel-waving, but I didn't really care for the military vehicles in Championship Plaza. For me, the Army is a very specific thing with a very specific job to do. I don't like the word associated with civilian organizations. I don't think it reflects well on those organizations or on our military. (When I was a kid I was a huge fan of KISS, and I always hated that their fan club was called the KISS Army.) You may well be right. I'm not saying everyone needs to feel the same way I do. I'm just making the point that, as I said, nothing is going to please everyone. EDITED TO ADD: Truthfully, now that I think about it I'm not sure I've ever heard anyone actually mention any of the slogans (other than Kevin Clark, obviously).
  12. Well, maybe almost everybody. I wasn't exactly wild about the militaristic aspect of that one. But nothing's going to please everybody.
  13. I totally lucked out on the food line. Walked in the door just shortly after 5:00, and when I got in I went right down the stairs to the floor, walked right up to the buffet and picked up a plate. Might have been 20 people that made it through before me; virtually no waiting. And no line at all at the bar. A few minutes later as I was making my way up to a seat, the hordes were swarming in.
  14. Yeah, I imagine people will be doing all kinds of backflips to be sure they make it on time for this. My wife works every Tuesday night, but she put this on the work schedule as soon as they made the official announcement. Of course I realize not everyone is fortunate enough to have control over their schedule, though.
  15. You mean how long did the event last? Doors opened for STHs at 5:00, and to the general public at 5:30. Didn't end until the game was over.