Fans throw condoms on ice
March 10, Getty Images Whether they want to celebrate a game-winning goal or protest a bad call, hockey fans have come a long way from just throwing hats on the ice. Fans of the Nashville Predators, for example, have achieved a certain infamy for the practice of tossing catfish on the playing surface, a tradition that began in after the team hosted the Detroit Red Wings. Because Detroit apparently had good luck when fans tossed some marine life octopi over the screens beginning in the s; for Detroit transplants who attended Predators games, heaving a Nashville seafood delicacy toward players sounded like a good idea at the time. We can't convince you of the logic behind that. All we can do is highlight some of the stranger projectiles that have been tossed around hockey games over the years. The year-old Hammond was undrafted and had only played in a single NHL game before suiting up as a replacement for both injured starter Craig Anderson as well as backup Robin Lehner, when it seemed like the Sens had no chance of making the postseason.
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Scott Hartnell notes , who was all over the ice tonight, batted a puck behind Tuukka Rask notes midway through the game to give the Flyers a lead. The Flyers then broke their power-play scoring drought when Simon Gagne notes netted his second goal in as many nights to extend the Orange and Black's lead to three. That's when the stuff getting thrown at us got worse. Beer cups, french fries, ketchup, popcorn -- that's all expected. I guess Boston fans have no better use for them anyway. Assuming this isn't some elaborate scheme to incriminate the good people of Boston Getting beer thrown on you is a rite of passage for any invading puckhead at an enemy arena, but this is the first time we can recall hearing of someone being pelted by a prophylactic.
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The Flyers on Tuesday condemned disgruntled fans who threw promotional light-up bracelets and trashed the ice during a playoff game against the Washington Capitals on Monday night. The wristbands were used as part of a pregame light show. Fans started tossing them onto the ice in the third period as Washington turned the game into a rout, eventually winning to take a series lead.
Comment Sports fans in Philadelphia have a certain reputation for being not that welcoming to the visiting team and that was on display after being eliminated by the Penguins. Not all fans are great and not all fans are bad, but it seems like Philly has a larger proportion of bad fans than good. That was on full display on Sunday during the Philadelphia Flyers game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Penguins won the elimination game thanks to four goals from Jake Guentzel.
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