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Old 05-03-2016, 10:54 PM
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When I lived in STL another department head and I became friends. He was Canadian, ey. Toronto was his birth and growing up town, he became a big hockey fan.

Living in STL he made due but was a die hard Mapleleafs fan.

Our company owner had luxury suites at Scott trade center and at Busch stadium. We got to use them pretty regularly.

Well ole ey drug his lower 48 buds to hocky games every chance he got. Beer was involved.

We had eaten and went out of the suite to drink some hockey mandated liquids, beer and were just watching. We happened to be focused on the guy bringing the puck down, he fired off a magnum blast so it would curl around for someone to pick up.

Well it cleared the plexiglass by a fraction and whacked a hockey fan in the head. That frozen puck rendered him unconscious immediately.

They gave him first aid, smelling salts and bandaged up his head. The left side of his noggin looked like a couple of polar bears had gnawed on it for a while and then a Rhino had stomped it all back in place.

What followed told me something about hockey fans.
They gave him the following, all autographed, a jersey, several pucks, a hat, a stick, some towels with logos and a large beer, pretty soon they were back with another beer. And again later.

We're thinking that guy just escaped death, had to have the headache of headaches and he's laughing and drinking beer with his bud's. Yep a hockey fan can take a death stroke by a Louisville Slugger and continue to party.

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Us hockey fans are about as tough as the hockey players, eh.
Hey, got any Tylenol?
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Us hockey fans are about as tough as the hockey players, eh.
Hey, got any Tylenol?
No, no, no not tylenol. it's beer.

Geez ask some hocky fan at game for over the counter stuff and you're gonna get body checked. You don't really want a fellow fan to sit in a penalty box do you? But maybe you do.

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