Oops, sorry hockey. I forgot about you there. But for fans of the NHL, the second annual Winter Classic was enjoyable. Or at least I would assume that’s how they feel. I turned it on and watched it for a couple minutes, and it looked like something I would really like if I were one of those people that liked televised hockey.
Anyhoo, the Michigan Red Wings beat the Chicago Blackhearts 6-4 at Wrigley Field yesterday. There was much skating, and puck-slapping, and vintage sweaters. And though the players later complained, the fans loved the brick boards with the ivy growing on them. Sven Olaffssson scored a hat trick, Yevgeny Brzenzinskiy added a goal and two assists, and goalkeeper Michel-Jean Ouellebecque was pulled shortly after giving up his sixth goal.
Or so I would imagine. There may be some factual inaccuracies in the previous paragraph. I kinda zoned out while I read the recap.