Just about anything goes at most minor league sporting events. In an effort to make the experience enjoyable outside of what happens between the lines (or inside the glass in this instance), promotions teams aren't afraid to try wacky zany things. On Saturday night, the San Antonio Rampage, the Florida Panthers affiliate of the American Hockey League, set out to set a world record. They invited fans to bring their dog to enjoy the game. It was their fifth annual "Pucks & Paws" event.
The night seemed to be a success as there were 842 dogs in attendance, which should qualify as an official world record for the most dogs attending a sporting even once the team submits their paper to the Guinness Book of World Records. KSAT of San Antonio reported that the previous record was 600. Also, 25 dogs were adopted during the game. And as you can tell by the video (thanks to Larry Brown Sports), the pups seemed to have a decent time.