I don't really care about late starts. My real days off or at least where I only have to go to the Hotel once a day is Tuesday, and Wednesday. Cut a few lawns today though.
Also I had a nightmare the Devils lost to the Flames like 1-0 in OT. I was watching it, Hedberg made a bunch of big saves, and somehow the TV went off. I turned it back on, and it was a commercial which indicated the game was over, because OT just started no way it was over already. It came back, and showed a Calgary goal to end it. Don't know who the goal was by.
Hedberg was playing in the dream, and he's not playing tonight, so that's a good sign if anything..
Also PLEASE beat Sutter's team unlike losing to Macloser's new team!
The "Chuck-a-Puck" event Saturday was dedicated to Jablonski, the Benilde-St. Margaret's hockey player who was paralyzed from a hit into the boards late last month during a junior varsity game against Wayzata.
Chuck-a-Puck is a staple fundraising tool of hockey programs everywhere. Numbered pucks are sold for $1, then thrown onto the ice upon the announcer's command between periods. The puck closest to the center dot wins a slice of the puck sales.
The winning puck Saturday at Fogarty Ice Arena in Blaine that beat out more than 100 others was No. 13 -- Jablonski's jersey number.
"I walk out there, look down at center ice, the faceoff dot, and a chill ran through me," said Mark Nowicki, who coordinated the event. "Puck Number 13 is right on the dot. Oh, my God, how is this possible?"
At that point, Nowicki had yet to find out who pitched the winning puck.
Read the article to find out who threw the winning puck.
Ball pits are just toilets filled with brightly colored balls instead of water.