It's a mind set FYB. If getting to and from the game is going to be a source of frustration then it surely will be. Battling the crowds is always going to be a challenge. But if a person wants to see a game at the stadium then he tries to do everything possible to minimize the frustration: come earlier, make an evening of it by having a meal at one of the many restaurants, have a few drinks after the game. Do a little sight seeing like taking a walk through China town or elsewhere.
My wife and I like to get to the game early, like when the place opens. We always find something to do to fill in the time before the game. It sure beats standing in those long lines waiting to be patted down before being allowed in.
Getting out is a different story because on a good night, 20 000 are all making for the exits. We take the car. I used to get so frustrated because of the traffic tie ups but after maybe 1/2 an hour the traffic has thinned out quite a bit so we just sit in the car and listen to the post-game analysis. Now, I know why some people leave a few minutes before the game is over if the game is already decided. We are starting to do the same thing ;D and it does make a huge difference to my stress level. We've also been one of the last ones out of the stadium to avoid the crowds exiting.
You could have the stadium in White Rock and no doubt we would face the same problems.