Dangeroushockey on the case: “Stolen Chicago Water” to Create Hockey Rink


"Appears only dogs and firemen are allowed to use?"

This story is weird to begin with.  It started with 4 dudes getting busted for supposedly stealing water from a city fire hydrant to fill their homemade ice rink.  The beautiful Ashley Reuff, of the Chicago Tribune tells the story perfectly, right here:  Click to read.

Once DH got wind, of course we wanted to help.  Appears we weren’t the only ones.  According to Anthony, and the Tribune, they got multiple offers from total strangers/ hockey lovers to ensure the end result is “Game On!”

My role here is to still being defined. However, rest assured, if Dangeroushockey has anything to do with it, the local police will be playing the firemen in a charity game with the boys serving as refs for an annual holiday event.

"Do we even need ice for this?"

We shall see how it plays out, but in my multiple conversations with one of then young lads, they want to turn lemons into lemonade. Or Water into ice. Legal water.  Stay tuned fans……More to come.  Bleed hockey.

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It will happen. Cleveland will win a Stanley Cup before any other major sport's trophy. While we admit we are not hockey bloggers that take themselves seriously, we do expect that ESPN hockey coverage needs challenged. It's time people take hockey seriously, and it ain't happening here. Great hockey, stats, scores, highlights. Um no. LOL
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One Response to Dangeroushockey on the case: “Stolen Chicago Water” to Create Hockey Rink

  1. hockeyrocque says:

    World’s greatest hockey blog never heard back from anyone 😦 World’s greatest hockey blogger is saddened by this.

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