'Hockey Luvin Homo' Photo, Video: Canucks Fan Wears Pink Shirt
A Self-Proclaimed 'Hockey Lovin' Homo' Attended Last Night's Vancouver Canucks Game. Here is a 'Hockey Luvin Homo' Photo, Video
You have to love Canada, a country that is obsessed with a brutal sport like hockey, but also allows for gay marriage. Those two sides of the Canadian experience collided at the March 31, 2011 game between the Vancouver Canucks and Los Angeles Kings.
A man sitting behind the Vancouver Canucks bench wearing a pink t-shirt that read "Hockey Luvin Homo," which is fitting in a city that loves hockey and has a thriving gay community.
The 'Hockey Luvin Homo" and a friend were also wearing cheap costume jewelry, glasses, and a wig that made them look like Dame Edna.
For what it's worth, the Canucks beat the Kings 3-1, securing the Canucks first President's Cup, awarded to the team with the best regular season record.
The Canucks have a history of pranksters in the crowd. Last season, two "green men" took to taunting opposing players while they were in the penalty box. The Canucks Green Men were a loving tribute to the show It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.
The Canucks Green Men were also in attendance for last night's Kings game, making it a lively night at Rogers Arena.