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Celebrate This Triumphant U.S. Hockey Moment By Dropping $8.5 Million On Jeremy Roenick’s Scottsdale Sports Palace
If you’re looking to become the coolest dude in Arizona (not very hard), look no further: American hockey legend Jeremy Roenick wants to give you the ultimate party house. What you have to do is take all the money you’ll ever make in your entire life, go to a casino, put it all on black, win, do that three more times, and it’s yours. U-S-A! U-S-A!
Earlier today, Hostess, the manufacturer of beloved food-like substances ranging from Twinkies and Ding Dongs to Wonder Bread, announced it was officially winding down operations, blaming a widespread strike that the bankrupt company said it couldn’t weather. This news took the internet by storm, because anything that makes people nostalgic takes the internet by storm. And sportspeople were far from immune. Evidence after the jump.
From now until December 30th, we’ll be going through our favorite oopsies from the year that was. So come and join us, won’t you, as we count down the Top Ten Sports Media Gaffes of the Year! Today’s gaffe: hockey analyst Jeremy Roenick gets emotional.
The Chicago Blackhawks certainly picked a good time to notch the first win by a road team of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals – the Blackhawks defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in overtime last night on an extremely hard-to-see goal, clinching the franchise’s first Stanley Cup in 49 years.