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Whoever Said Romance is Dead Clearly Never Got Married at an Atlanta Thrashers Hockey Game

by davidbreitman   January 05, 2011 at 3:03PM  |  Views: 140

Is there anything more romantic than walking down the aisle with a feathered mascot (dressed in a tuxedo) from the NHL’s 29th most popular franchise? If so, I’d like to see it, because this second intermission marriage is a Meg Ryan cameo away from Valentine’s immortality.

(Note: Perhaps the most amusing part of the video is when the broadcaster implies that 17,000 people were in attendance. Unless the couple showed up with 14,000 friends, there’s no way the Thrashers broke the 800-fan mark.)

 


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