This article is part of our Neutral Zone Wrap series.
Neutral Zone Wrap
Evan Berofsky, RotoWire.com
Don't know if you remember but there's this sport and they play it on some sort of frozen water surface (I'm going to call it…'cold stone'?). And the participants use these paddles to push a circular object back and forth. There are also metal enclosures with twine at each end that seem to function as storage for said circular object. Occasionally, loud noises can be heard after the enclosure is breached or when someone gets knocked down. Can't recall the name of this activity but it sounds like a good way to burn calories or a pleasant way to cool off from the summer heat.
If you guessed 'hockey' for the identity of the sport in the last paragraph, then congrats, you're smarter than most Americans. Who can blame one for forgetting about the greatest show on ice, seeing it was 107 days since the last meaningful game? But if you're a serious fantasy owner, then you've probably kept regular tabs during
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