The schedule-makers in the Ontario and Quebec leagues might live to regret having one game apiece on Thursday, which is normally a busy night in junior hockey. It neatly sidestepped going head-to-head with Valentine's Day, but it also meant many teams were off or had an extra day to prepare for their upcoming games.
And you know what that means: more time to plan and perform a major junior hockey spin on the faddish fun that is the Harlem Shake. The QMJHL's Rouyn-Noranda Huskies and OHL's Kitchener Rangers contributed the first two known instances. Since a lot of fellows on the Rangers and Sudbury Wolves know each other because the teams made a six-player trade in January, one suspects there might have been some daring back and forth.
With all due respect to the other two teams, the Wolves might have moved into the lead. For starters, they did their Harlem Shake on the ice. Ante upped.Read More »from Sudbury Wolves take ‘Harlem Shake’ to the ice, adding degree of difficulty (VIDEO)