Race car driver Danica Patrick proved she can hold her own on the ice Tuesday night during the second intermission of Game 1 between the Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild. (Hockey Night in Canada/Screen grab)
During the second intermission of Game 1 between the Chicago Blackhawks
and Minnesota Wild Tuesday night, Danica Patrick showed off her shooting prowess by
scoring a goal from centre ice during a traditional shoot-the-puck
event at United Center.
Danica Patrick proved she's as slick on the ice as she is on the race track on Tuesday night.
During the second intermission of the Chicago Blackhawks' 2-1 Game 1 overtime win over the Minnesota Wild, the NASCAR driver showed off her shooting prowess by scoring a goal from centre ice during a traditional shoot-the-puck event at United Center.
Those who aren't too surprised by this probably remember Mr. T's hockey skills, when he accomplished the same feat last month.
Rod PerryRod grew up in the west end of Toronto and did his undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier University, majoring in English and minoring in Psychology. He's always had an infatuation with anything sports-related and took his passion to Centennial College's sports journalism program for a post-graduate education. He's also still miffed about the Kelly Gruber botched triple play call in the 1992 World Series.
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