Even though there were stories that fish markets in Pittsburgh were not going to sell catfish to Nashville Predators fans, a catfish landed onto the ice of PPG Paints Arena midway through the second period of Game 1 of the 2017 Stanley Cup Final. Retailers were even going as far as not selling fish to fans with a Tennessee ID. One man, however, was not to be denied. That man was identified by Twitter users at Jacob Waddell, who is from Nolensville according to his social media profile. The catfish appeared to be wrapped in a sticker for Midday 180, a sports radio show in Nashville. The man was escorted out of the arena while wearing a shirt for the same show. According to the shows' Twitter account
You know … we weren’t very good,” said coach Mike Sullivan, whose team, again, went 37 minutes without a shot on goal on Monday night. In fact, the Penguins set a Stanley Cup Final record by failing to register a shot on goal in the second period. Guys were yelling ‘shoooooot!’” said center Nick Bonino.
As part of the 2018 Stadium Series, the Washington Capitals will host the Toronto Maple Leafs. The NHL confirmed this news today, which originally surfaced from the AP on May 27. To be more specific, the event takes place at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium, which is located at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.