Bruins Have No Update On Seating Complaints At TD Garden
TD Garden renovations are nearly complete ahead of the Bruins' home-opener this Saturday, and team CEO Charlie Jacobs "expects to hear some more about the tight seating and leg room that some fans have been complaining about after preseason games," according to Steve Conroy of the BOSTON HERALD. Jacobs said that he is "not turning a deaf ear to it all, but there are no remedies right now." Jacobs last week said of the seating arrangements, "This was the standard across the league. It's not like we made this up arbitrarily. ... I've heard some of the feedback and I've personally gotten some emails about it already." He added, "I don't have a program yet to address those issues." Meanwhile, Conroy noted fans "may want to bundle up" before coming to a game. Jacobs: "We've done a lot of work in bringing the temperature in the building down. It's going to be in the high 50s when you come in" (BOSTON HERALD, 10/6).