This a photo of the Ottawa Senators new scoreboard. Here are the specs:
|Category||Bell HD Screen||Current Scoreboard|
|Resolution of screens||High-definition||Standard definition|
|Number of display screens||6||4|
|Pixels on viewing screens||691,000||76,800|
|Dimensions of primary screens||15.75′ high x 21′ wide||7.5′ high x 10′ wide|
|Square Footage of primary screens||331 sq feet x 4 screens||75 sq ft x 4 screens|
|Increase in primary screen size||441%|
|Total LED Viewing Area||2170 sq ft||300 sq ft|
|Increase in total viewing area||723%|
At the first intermission Melnyk made a rare public appearance (his first of the season?) joining Ian Mendes for an interview. Looking particularily dapper in a beige leather jacket, Eugene elaborated a little on the organizations latest acquistition. These two points in particular stood out:
1. Updating the scoreboard is something they had been working on for “some time”, but they ran into problems with a “vendor” which prolonged the process.
2. It was on Bettman’s intervention in the situation that the organization was connected with Panasonic to source the new scoreboard.