1. Hockey Spot
Those of you attending a Sunday game will want to check out Hockey Spot. It opens two hours before the game and is the perfect place to hang out before the game as you’ll have a chance to participate in a variety of activities and meet the Ducks mascot, Wild Wing.
2. Wild Wing
Wild Wing makes his entrance from the rafters before the game and keeps everyone entertained throughout the game even during the stoppages in play. He’s one of the most talented and beloved mascots in the league, so don’t miss Wild Wing during your trip to Anaheim.
3. Power Players
The Power Players entertain the crowd and clean the ice during stoppages in play. Keep your eyes peeled for these ladies as you wouldn’t want to miss them.
4. Standing 'O'
If you forgot to eat before leaving for the game, don’t worry because Standing ‘O’ has got you covered. Standing ‘O’ offers a wide variety of appetizers and entrees and is the perfect place to grab a bite to eat inside the stadium before the game. Make sure to get here early as space fills up quickly.
5. “Rock the Pond” by John Bisaha
This fun song was played before every game back in the team’s Mighty Ducks days and is a fun way to get into the Ducks spirit before the game.
6. Shock Top Terrace
Reserve your spot on the Shock Top Terrace for your chance to experience some of the finest food and beverages the Honda Center has to offer. You can reserve your spot 30 days in advance so don’t hesitate to make your reservation today.
7. Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club
If you’ve got a premium ticket then make sure to stop by Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club for a drink or a bite to eat. Those of you looking for a fine dining experience inside the Honda Center will need to look no further than the Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Club.