The Boston Police Department would like to remind fans attending Game 3 of tonight’s Stanley Cup Final game between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks to be on their best behavior.
“It’s our primary focus to deliver a peaceful and safe event,” said Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis. “I ask that you celebrate a win or loss with the pride and class that our team and our city deserves.”
The Boston Police Department wants those attending the game or frequenting the area in and around the Garden before or after the game to know that individuals caught drinking in public or failing to behave in a responsible manner can and will face arrest.
Said Commissioner Davis, “I want to remind the fans to celebrate safely and responsibly. If asked to leave an area, please do so peacefully. Public drinking will not be tolerated. If you’re a student and you’re arrested, you should know there will also be consequences with your college or university.”
“We ask all sports fans to be responsible and respectful while cheering on our team,” said Mayor Thomas M. Menino. “It’s important these hockey games are a safe and fun experience for everyone. Public safety is our top priority.”