1. Pepsi Center Sculpture
In the Pepsi Center’s atrium, you’ll find an interesting basketball and hockey sculpture. Make sure to take a photo of this unique sculpture during your visit to Denver as a keepsake.
The Pepsi Center is home to numerous banners honoring the all-time great Avalanche and Nuggets players and teams. You can see the Avs two Stanley Cup championship banners and retired numbers belonging to all-time greats like Sakic and Forsberg, so make sure to check them out.
3. Pregame Glass Photos
One of the best aspects of attending a game at the Pepsi Center is the fans’ ability to get up close to the glass before the game. Take the opportunity to get on the glass and snap a pic to remember your trip to Denver.
4. Pepsi Center Tour
If you’re getting to town a couple of days before the game, take a tour of the Pepsi Center. The tour is a great experience and allows you to see behind the scenes at the arena, and even lets you see the locker rooms.
5. Bernie the St. Bernard
Avs mascot Bernie made his debut in 2009 and has been entertaining crowds at the Pepsi Center ever since. Bernie keeps everyone entertained throughout the game, so keep your eyes peeled for this lovable dog.
6. Avalanche Ice Girls
The Ice Girls keep everyone engaged during the stops in the action with a variety of promotions and giveaways. Get loud when you see the Ice Girls for your chance to win some Avalanche swag.
One of the unique features of the Pepsi Center is the fact that there are three restaurants located inside of the stadium. The Shock Top Lodge, Land Rover Denver Club, and Peak Pub House all offer excellent cuisine, so don’t be afraid to try anyone of them.
Make sure to vote for your three stars of the game by using #Avs3Stars on Twitter. Voting starts at the beginning of the second period and ends after the game, so don’t miss your chance to vote for your three stars of the game.