Chicago Blackhawks Raise Money for Charity by Selling Stanley Cup Ice

July 29th, 2013 by Gabe Zaldivar Leave a reply »
The Chicago Blackhawks would very much like to sell you some used water. 

Of course, that is the cynic's point of view. In reality, hockey fans around the Chicago area will soon clamor for melted ice from their beloved United Center. 

Joe Kinsey of Busted Coverage spotted the posted video promising that ice from the Stanley Cup season will soon be available to fans. They even gave fans an idea of how much ice there could possibly be. 

According to a search on Rink Finder, BC happened upon the following answer as to how much water encompasses a typical rink: 

The normal rink is 85' x 200' which is equal to 17,000 square feet. This is a typical NHL size rink and would require 11,000 gallons of water to make 1" of ice. An olympic size rink is 100' x 200' and is 20,000 square feet so it would require 13,000 gallons of water to make 1" of ice. 

Essentially, the Blackhawks will have a good amount of water to hand out to fans thirsting for any Stanley Cup paraphernalia available at the moment. 

The team's official website has the posted trailer along with an explanation of where the pro ...

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