The 180 | May 10, 2013 | 3:03

Taking the beer out of the "beer" leagues

Beer and hockey go together like pancakes and maple syrup. But a major chain of arenas is bringing in a zero-tolerance policy for alcohol in the dressing room. Can beer league survive without suds?

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