Frostbitten hockey players made underwear-only sub-zero dash
Some new members of the White Bear Lake High School varsity hockey team needed medical attention for frostbite on Saturday morning after they ran around the Stadium Sports Bar dressed in nothing but their underpants. The temperature that morning was 14 degrees below zero, KSTP reported.
It sounds like these near-naked runs are a team tradition. But the station spoke to White Bear Lake Superintendent Michael Lovett, who said complaints were received after the incident: "We investigated. We are acting in accordance with the Minnesota State High School League guidelines."
Nothing to see here people. Move along.
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