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03-25-2011, 02:27 PM
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No, of course not.

Drinking in the locker room after a hockey game is pretty irresponsible, don't you think? I mean first off, you're definitely breaking some rink rules, but you're also setting a bad example for any young children that might be at the game. You come out of the locker room smelling like alcohol. What a bunch of losers.

I play in a college league and it's pretty much understood that you have to drink after the game. I don't think I've been to a game in my 2 years that there wasn't some type of drinking going on, whether it be beer or occasionally liquor.
My first ever college game our goalie showed up hammered. Absolutely destroyed. He was barely able to stand up in his crease, let alone stop any pucks. He had the foulest smelling liquor in his water bottle on his net, the thing smelled like pure gasoline. We were definitely the superior team but lost 17-6.

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