I was a season ticket holder both years the Barons played there.....section 111, row J, seat 7....right on the blueline just above the glass....I think my ticket cost like 9 bucks a game....the "good old days"...
Richfield Coliseum was on the fringe of Cleveland---away
from the fans. In the first place, the Barons played
lackluster hockey. Why should the fans go to games?
And it was a good thing when the Coliseum was demolished
and few tears shed. An arena IN Cleveland was what
I used to go there for events after the Barons left for indoor soccer and the IHL Cleveland Lumberjacks when the Gund Arena(Now the Q.) was being built. I wish I had gotten to see some of the NHL or team USA games they had there a couple times though. It was a nice place for the time just bad location.