It's become a yearly tradition in the NHL, and whether you agree with it's annual nature or think that it should be reserved for special occasions and only a periodic schedule, if you're a hockey fan, you'll watch. It's the biggest, most-watched game of pond hockey in the world, played in some of the most historical venues known to the sporting universe, featuring some of the most gifted athletes. In other words, we're just over two and a half weeks away from the NHL's fourth Bridgestone Winter Classic. So while the players are getting their toques, leg-warmers, and thermoses ready for the frigid conditions, it's time to set aside that time on New Year's Day so you can take in the festivities as well. And, as if you didn't need more reason than snickering at 80,000 people as they brave ...
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