Found October 31, 2011 on Busted Coverage:
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Just happened to be in Chicago this weekend and decided to bust our NHL cherry with a stop at the Blackhawks vs. Blue Jackets game. BONUS: just happened to be Halloween costume night. That meant lots of slutty women were just cruising the United Center in their Blackhawks Ice Girls costumes looking to jump some Tony Amonte costume bones. There was a Hooters waitress dude and we also spotted a dude dressed up as a blind ref – with a blind cane! 

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