For hockey fans, summer is a quiet time of year. I’ve never followed the sport that closely, but with the Kings having recently won the Stanley Cup for the second time in three years, I’m reminded of a curious incident that I witnessed during the only NHL game I’ve ever been to.
A friend of mine received free tickets to a Kings game when I was living in LA several years ago. He invited my now-wife and me along, and the price was certainly right, so four of us went to the Staples center one Saturday afternoon.
I don’t remember much about the game (though I do recall that the Kings emerged victorious). What I remember most vividly was that during one of the breaks between periods, a new car was brought onto the ice and there was a contest to give that car . . . → Read More: Give it Away, Give it Away, Give it Away Later