Despite a series of obscure ticket purchasing regulations set to deter Blackhawks fans from entering Amalie Arena in Tampa Bay, the United Center has chosen to accommodate Lightning fans with a welcoming environment.

United Center operations announced they will unveil a special section of parking facilities geared towards providing Lightning fans with parking for their mobile homes and swamp boats.

Tampa Bay, also known as “Damp Underpants” when translated into early French-American, is known for inhabitants that travel via swamp cruisers to Amalie Arena when the Lightning actually make the playoffs. With this rich history of dedicated hockey fans, it was only right that Chicago provide visiting Lightning fans with the comforts of home.

Adding to the increased hospitality for visiting fans, United Center concessions will serve stick skewered possum with a side of deep fried alligator snout, play at least one Florida Georgia Line song between periods, and hold a petting zoo with swamp creatures resembling Anaheim Ducks forward Corey Perry.