Hockey tradition literally grows on you
The NHL playoffs always happen at an odd time of year.
Even though hockey is played on the ice, the most crucial part of the season is played during the warm summer months. Most cities that celebrate the presence of the Stanley Cup do so while pouring sweat underneath the thick hockey sweaters of their beloved franchises.
Thankfully, Mother Nature has been ever so kind as to deliver us some more snow so we can enjoy the NHL postseason like it's meant to be enjoyed — in the midst of cold temperatures and snow that we absolutely aren't sick of at this point.
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