The rivalry between the Moose and Wolves dates back to both teams’ time in the IHL. It’s always a big matchup when these Central Division rivals get together, so make sure to be in attendance when the Moose take on their longtime rivals the Chicago Wolves.
The rivalry between Manitoba and Iowa mirrors the rivalry between the NHL’s Jets and Wild making every game between these two teams a must-see. The people in Winnipeg hate losing to the Wild whether it’s the Iowa or Minnesota Wild, so come out and support the Moose when they take on the Iowa Wild.
Manitoba Moose Stadium Guide
The people of Winnipeg love hockey, and they go all out to support both the Jets and Moose. The fans come out in strong numbers to watch future Jets stars hit the ice with the Moose creating an intense and fun in-game atmosphere at every Moose game. If you want to see the future of the Winnipeg Jets, then get tickets to a Moose game.
Moose games also present a fantastic opportunity to see a game at the MTS Centre for a fraction of the cost of a Jets game. On the main level, you’ll be able to stop by the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum, which has tributes to all the greatest players to come from Manitoba including Terry Sawchuk and Bobby Clarke. There are also several banners hanging around the arena showing off the history of the Jets and Moose, so keep an eye out for those as well.
Lastly, you won’t leave the MTS Center hungry thanks to the great selection of restaurants and concession stands found inside the arena. The MTS Center is home to four restaurants, two of which take reservations meaning you won’t have to worry about missing any of the action due to long waits. If you don’t want to shell out the cash or take the time to sit down and eat then grab a Jumbo Jet Dog, Tim Horton’s, or pizza from Pizza Pizza.
A Moose game is the next best alternative to a Jets game so if you can’t get to a Jets game for some reason, then make sure to get tickets to a Moose game during your visit to Winnipeg.
When attending a game at the MTS Centre make sure to check out the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum. The museum is located on the main level of the MTS Centre, and is a must see for hockey fans everywhere. See tributes to all of the greatest players from Manitoba including Terry Sawchuk and Bobby Clarke.
Hanging from the rafters of the MTS Centre you’ll find banners honoring the best teams and players in Jets and Moose history. Remember the original Winnipeg Jets franchise by taking a minute to enjoy these banners celebrating the team’s three AVCO Cup wins and the HOT Line.
Located on the corner of Portage and Hargrave, Jets Gear is the perfect place to pick up souvenir during your trip to Winnipeg. You can get any Jets gear here you want including jerseys, hats, lanyards, and much more.
If you’re looking to enjoy a feast at a Moose game then make a reservation for the Observation Deck Bar & Buffet. The buffet features a mouthwatering array of appetizers, desserts, and entrees making it a great place to eat before the game.
Those of you looking to grab a bite to eat or drinks will want to check out Exchange Restaurant & Beer Market. Exchange Restaurant & Beer Market is home to a wide selection of wines and beers, so you’ll find something to wet your whistle no matter what your tastes.
Located on the 300 level, Heroes Pub & Carvery is an excellent place to grab a drink. Heroes opens 90 minutes before the puck drops, so you’ll have plenty of time to stop by and get back to your seat before the game.
The Tower is located on the 300 level and offers a premium dining experience as well as an excellent view of the ice. Check out The Tower if you want to grab something to eat without missing any of the game.
Mick E. Moose has been entertaining Winnipeg hockey fans for over 20 years. Winnipeg fans have been enjoying Mick E. Moose since 1996 when the Manitoba Moose arrived to town, so don’t miss him during your visit to Winnipeg.
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