Found January 13, 2012 on The Sports Bank:
“Greg from Lemont” is an ex-baseball player, who’s becoming the next sports blog viral video star. The Chicago Blackhawks fan was given a chance to play “Shoot The Puck,” an period intermission goal shooting contest during Hawks home games at the United Center. The formula is simple: a kid, really hot chick, and adult white guy (sometimes celebrity). Rinse and repeat. The hot girl always gets cheered, the kid and the celebrity can get cheered or booed, the adult white guys always gets booed. But this isn’t about the shooting competition; it’s about Comcast SportsNet Chicago reporter Sarah Kustok, and what she was told by Greg. I do enjoy publishing stories on people from my hometown becoming stars. Greg missed his hockey shot, and he also fired a romantic shot telling Sarah Kustok  “I love you,” “you’re so beautiful,” and “you’re so pretty” at center ice of the Blackhawks vs. Minnesota Wild game last night. And by hometown, I mean Sarah Kustok. Watch the video below To learn
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