Rain and the NHL rule Dundas

Via: Hamilton Spectator

‘A few players rushed through the rain, heading for the warm and dry dressing room, ignoring the kids with the sopping wet papers and pens. Not Tyler Myers. The six-foot-eight-eight, 222-pound Sabres defenceman signed everything put in front of him, long after other players signing autographs had headed inside. “He’s a class act,” said one dad, watching Myers sign a kid’s puck. “He remembers what hockey means to kids. He does.”’