Global Warming Is Bad For Hockey

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A while ago the National Hockey League issued a report expressing concern over global warming. With open air, inexpensive and easy to produce “ice” (the term of art for where you play hockey) being an essential gateway drug for the sport, anthropogenic global warming represents a real threat. I wrote about that here.

Today, the Minneapolis Department of Parks and Recreation closed outdoor skating and hockey rinks in the city because of warm weather, and this winter we’ve had the usual (recently elevated?) number of cars and people crashing through lake ice.

Regionally, there have been one or two (or more?) annual ice fishing contests permanently cancelled because they were being cancelled due to warm weather frequently enough that it was no longer worth supporting the effort.

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2 thoughts on “Global Warming Is Bad For Hockey

  1. Weather changes are inevitable. We must be pretty sure of the weather forecast ahead of any event to save us from accidents. I bought a Davis weather station from http://www.jaspersweather.net/ and now i am very confident to go out for a holiday or any important visit.

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