Fox – A spokesman for the governing body of high school sports in Massachusetts says a girls tournament hockey game likely won’t be replayed even though the parent of a player on one team is accused of aiming a laser pointer into the eyes of the opposing goalie. The Division I state preliminary game between Medway-Ashland and Winthrop came down to the third period on Wednesday night. Medway-Ashland took a 1-0 lead early in the third period. However, with just a few minutes left in the game, Winthrop made a major comeback scoring three goals in the final minutes of the game. The girls’ 3-1 win has not been celebrated as much as it has been debated. School faculty allegedly noticed a Winthrop parent pointing a laser into the eyes of the other team, including Medway-Ashland’s goalie. That parent was escorted out, but the damage may already have been done.
First things first. Who is this reporter from Fox25? What did everybody call in sick today? Totally not ready for primetime. Second how mad do you think this hockey dad is that he had a daughter? I mean it must just eat him up on the inside that he’s going trhough all this trouble for women’s hockey. He’s probably the only guy in the rink who even gives a fuck. You know he’d give his left nut for his girl to be a boy so he could interfere in games were people actually care who wins. It’s like that old adage… If you shine a laser pointer in a female goalies eyes and nobody is around to see it does it make any noise?