Found April 28, 2012 on NESN.com:
All is forgiven. New Jersey Devils fan Lauren Ashley was among those who Florida Panthers COO Michael Yormark got into it with on Twitter this past week, but Yormark realized that he may have went a bit overboard and decided to invite Ashley to Thursday's Game 7. Yormark announced that the Panthers would no longer sell plastic rats at their arena because of fans throwing them onto the ice. The news was met with skepticism, and led to some heated exchanges between Yormark and fans. His comment at Ashley was particularly questionable. Yormark tweeted at Ashley, "you have 70 followers....
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