"We normally have processes that we go through to maintain the NHL standards. Now we're taking readings every hour to make sure where we are as opposed to just monitoring it," Touhey said. "We're just monitoring it more closely to make sure that we're down where we want to be."
"The guys who drive the Zamboni and maintain the ice, they're looking for it whether it's January and it's 30 degrees out or it's april and it's 90 degrees out," arena senior vice president and general manager Dave Touhey said in a phone interview. "But when it's April and it's 90 degrees out, that's an abnormality. When it's 90 degrees out, you pay more attention to it."