The NHL Lockout is over and a lot of things are still up in the air — I’m still waiting on the updated Flyers schedule to see if I’ll be able to catch a game while I’m in town for National Pro Wrestling Day — but one thing is for sure: the NHL All-Star Game has been crumpled up and thrown in the garbage.
But hey, if you want to pretend you went to the game and watched the stars of the 2012-13 (full, uninterrupted) season go head-to-head, visit a central Ohio Dick’s.
That’s right: Columbus NHL All-Star Game swag (via Zach Ross) is still available at Dick’s Sporting Goods, selling for 50 percent off, which brings the price of your commemorative T-shirts down to $4.93. You too can own a piece of hockey history for around the same price as a 4-pack of toilet paper!
(via Puck Daddy)
If you don’t buy it, a kid in the Sudan is going to use it to replace his NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS PERFECT SEASON swag.
There’s really no better place to get disappointing sports clothes than at Dick’s Sporting Goods. When I moved to Texas, I picked up an authentic Cliff Lee Texas Rangers jersey for like 9 dollars. That’s the only thing I can think of off the top of my head more depressing than the lockout.