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How loud was Game 6? Decibel Meter tells you

Monday, 06.13.2011 / 11:22 PM / 2011 Stanley Cup Final - Canucks v Bruins

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How loud was Game 6? Decibel Meter tells you
BOSTON -– Canucks threw down some big, noisy NHL.com Decibel Meter readings last Friday night in Game 5 of this 2011 Stanley Cup Final. Expect Bruins fans will turn up the volume to Full Mayhem mode, especially if Boston can bust up Roberto Luongo's confidence for the first goal.

Home ice advantage is chalk in this series and the Boston faithful isn't about to lose that edge any more than Patrice Bergeron likes losing faceoffs in the offensive zone. The Bruins welcome the roar, including legendary Bobby Orr made a point of praising Boston fans for their support and lung power while here for Game 4 as honorary captain. Here's how loud it is at TD Garden for tonight's Game 6.

EVENT/OCCURRENCE
TIME OF PERIOD
DECIBEL READING
COMPARISON
Canucks skate out for warmups
Pre-game
101B Motorcycle
Bruins enter for warmups, arena only half full
Pre-game
106dB Power mower
Milt Schmidt introduced as Game 6 honorary captain
Pre-game
108B Power saw
Screen shows Thomas, Chara leading the team to ice
Pre-game
113dB Sandblasting
Pre-game introductions: (Marchand, Bergeron, Recchi, Ferenece, Boychuk, Thomas)
Pre-game
106-109dB Motorcycle/Power saw
End of American national anthem
Pre-game
106dB Power saw
Seidenberg delivers hit to Salo
Early 1st period
103B Motorcycle
Marchand rifles shot past Luongo
5:31 of 1st period 115dB Sandblasting
Quick second goal by Milan Lucic
35 seconds later 116B Loud rock concert
Luooongo, Luooongo chant during next time of play
Moments later 106dB Power mower
Sustained videoboard tribute to Nathan Horton
Early 1st period 111dB Power saw
Collisions around Tim Thomas after frozen puck
Early 1st period 107dB Power saw
Ference power play goal at 8:35, Bruins up 3-0
8:35 of 1st period 117B Loud rock concert
Luongo quickly replaced by Cory Schneider
Moments later 108dB Power saw
Ryder tips shot past Schneider
9:45 in 1st period 118dB Loud rock concert
Luongo shown on video board after the fourth goal
Mid-1st period 107dB Power mower
Thomas makes stretched leg save on Kesler wraparound
Mid-1st period 103B Motorcycle
Thomas stones Burrows close in to net
Late 1st period 105dB Power mower
Canucks get shorthanded breakaway, Thomas makes stop
Late 1st period 104dB Motorcycle
Crowd cheers during last 10 seconds of first period
End of 1st period 105dB Power mower
Sighs and groans for series of Schneider saves Early 2nd period 101dB Motorcycle
Spontaneous Luooongo Luooongo chant Mid-2nd period 102dB Motorcycle
Near-miss on Bruins shorthanded attempt Late 2nd period 100dB Snowmobile
We Want the Cup! chant, cheer Late 2nd period 104dB Power mower
Crowd roars in appreciation of Bruins End of 2nd period 104dB Power mower
Referee announces "no goal" after video review 3:17 of 3rd period 105dB Power mower
Spectacular Schneider save on Recchi during 5-on-3 Early 3rd period 103dB Motorcycle
Krejci scores to make it 5-1
6:59 of 3rd period 119dB Loud rock concert
Big hit on Kesler as he breaks into offense zone Mid-3rd period 105dB Power mower
We Want the Cup chant 5 minutes left 106dB Power mower
Curt Schilling appears on the video board Moments later 105dB Power mower
One minute remaining announcement 19:00 of 3rd period 100dB Motorcycle
Standing ovation as buzzer sounds End of game 106dB Power saw
Players raise sticks to the crowd Postgame 107dB Power saw
Thomas announced No. 1 star (half-empty arena) Postgame 107dB Power saw





NOTES
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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.






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