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Welcome to our decibel page, where after each game we post the decibel readings from the Smashville 24/7 sound level meter. We only did this from February 2012 through May 2012.

Our sound level meter is located in the press box every game, so naturally it’s going to be a different reading from other locations inside the arena. The meter is placed in the same spot each game for consistency purposes.

Feb. 4 vs. St. Louis
Feb. 7 vs. Vancouver
Feb. 14 vs. Chicago
Feb. 21 vs. Vancouver
Feb. 23 vs. St. Louis
Feb. 25 vs. San Jose
Feb. 27 vs. Los Angeles
Mar. 6 vs. Los Angeles
Mar. 8 vs. Colorado
Mar. 10 vs. Detroit
Mar. 20 vs. Edmonton
Mar. 24 vs. Winnipeg
Mar. 31 vs. Chicago
Apr. 3 vs. Minnesota
Apr. 5 vs. Dallas
Apr. 11, Game 1 vs. Detroit
Apr. 13, Game 2 vs. Detroit
Apr. 20, Game 5 vs. Detroit
May 2, Game 3 vs. Phoenix
May 4, Game 4 vs. Phoenix

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