Ultimately in the closing seconds of the game, while it was tied 2-2, Big Bird made a phenomenal steal and dished it to Ernie, which was picked up by Grover, who scored the winning goal to give Sesame Street the 3-2 victory over Chicago
In a tweet sent out by Bowman stepped down from his advisory role in Chicago on July 1st and sent out a tweet on June 12th to confirm that although he has left, he is still interested in being a part of the game
Keagan rips a shot which flies over the barricade separating two different games and the puck travels down the ice and into the far net for a goal in a completely different game. You can watch the video below and note the defenseman in white who seems to celebrate when the puck goes in.
Last Wednesday a bunch of residents were caught in a fun pick up game just outside the Starbucks Coffee on Main Street, throwing their bodies around trying to bury the neon yellow ball into the opposing net.