Behind The Lens : Game #1 of the Royals vs Chiefs – A Fan’s Perspective


by Erich Eichhorn (ISN)

March 22, 2012 Victoria, BC (ISN) – ISN’s photographer Erich Eichhorn recorded a snapshot of the fan’s perspective of the Royals vs Chiefs in game one of their opening playoff series Saturday night.

Marty’s success as Victoria’s mascot continues reaching out to one fan at a time. – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

Sing for a chance to win a trip to Mexico ???? Not this shutterbug ! – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

With a smattering of Spokane Chief fans in attendance, all would enjoy some SOF Arena entertainment during intermission – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

It would appear that the Chiefs brought a big gun with them if needed, as this fan dares not to be noticed by the camera. – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

The same Spokane big gun gets a lift up to glass level to make sure all goes well for the Chiefs on the ice – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

The bells could finally be put to rest until next game as the Royals would need overtime to settle game one vs the Spokane Chiefs – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

The Spokane Chiefs hopes a game one victory would be shattered like their left behind remnants of a broken stick – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

Royals fans young, and older, were not disappointed by the game one outcome of an overtime win. Bet they will be back for game two . – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

Perhaps hockey’s version of baseball’s seventh inning stretch, fans warm up to the wave to help urge on their Royals team. – Erich Eichhorn image ( )

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