You know, if they were selling the ice when they won a couple of years ago, I'd kinda understand it, what with breaking the Cup drought. If they were selling ice that they actually won the Cup on, I'd kinda sorta understand that. This is nothing other than end-of-season ice.
Whoa. This is so true.
No worries, though. That little factoid won't register in their fans' heads.
Until you brought it up, it didn't even register in mine.
Although you have a point about the 2010 cup- water breaking a drought is rather poetic, isn't it?