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"The Game Outside"

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Hello Everyone!!...

 

Well, it's WinterClassic time, when the NHL celebrates the outdoor roots of its great game.

 

Several weeks ago, a "polar vortex" drifted down from the north and froze our nuts off for a week or so.

The upside to the freeze was that we scored a couple of days of outside shinny on the pond behind us, before warmer temps returned to melt our rink.

Man, there's nothing like strappin' on the blades and playing some pond-hockey.

The NHL has scored big on its outdoor "WinterClassic".

It's HUGELY popular.

It's become a New Year's Day bucket-list event and destination.

The players appear to enjoy it also.

 

This isn't a concept, per se...it's actually something I put together for my kids.

I fleshed-out the idea using mostly images lifted off the net...but the words are all original and all mine.🙂

I hope you enjoy it.

Have a great New Year's everyone, and enjoy the WinterClassic...

 

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Lovely!

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This is just...

 

 

Nice. 
 

It would be a great children’s book I think.

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On 1/2/2020 at 2:33 AM, Tore said:

Lovely!

 

16 hours ago, JG36 said:

This is just...

Nice. It would be a great children’s book I think.

 

On 12/31/2019 at 12:47 PM, Blindsay said:

PUBLISH THIS GREAT BOOK NOW

Thanks guys...I've thought about it, but I'd definitely have to get an OK from the NHL...

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