Darren McCarty sounds new Detroit Red Wings Goal Horn for first time
The Detroit Red Wings have a new goal horn at Little Caesars Arena, and for those of you who attended games at Joe Louis Arena, you are in for a treat. The new horn is a precise replica of the one used during the Red Wings' four most recent Stanley Cup Championship victories Although the sound may have a subtle difference due to the arena's unique acoustics, it promises to recreate the bone-rattling blare that fans cherished during their time at “The Joe.”
McCarty does his thing
Take a look – and listen – as former Red Wings F Darren McCarty sounds the new horn for all of the fans at Little Caesars Arena to hear.
Why it Matters
In the initial six seasons at the new arena, the iconic sound of the Joe Louis Arena horn celebrated the Detroit Red Wings' goals. This cherished goal horn from Joe Louis Arena now has a place of honor at the Red Wings' team offices located within Little Caesars Arena.
TL;DR (too long didn't read)
- The Detroit Red Wings have introduced a new goal horn at Little Caesars Arena, designed to replicate the iconic horn from their four recent Stanley Cup Championship wins.
- While there might be subtle differences in sound due to the arena's acoustics, the goal horn aims to recreate the bone-rattling blare cherished by fans at the former Joe Louis Arena.
- Former Red Wings player Darren McCarty had the honor of sounding the new horn, providing fans with a nostalgic experience.
Bottom Line: A Touch of Nostalgia
The introduction of the new goal horn at Little Caesars Arena brings a touch of nostalgia to Red Wings fans, aiming to capture the spirit of their past championship victories. The replica horn is a meaningful addition, reminding fans of the team's storied history and accomplishments.